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very good. Qd5 was so obvious I didnt see it...
déjà vu all over again.
wasnt this yesterdays puzzle?
Sure was, or déjà vu.
Not too shabby :)
These puzzles are getting easier !I must be improving!
recycle and conserve our puzzles.
This is not the same puzzle, but a slight modification (it seems they sometimes do that). However, the comments are from yesterday, which can be seen by their dates on the first page.
Easy like yesterday's :D
I had some trouble finding the first move, but once I did it seemed so obvious. The rest of the moves were comparitively easy to find. All in all, a very good problem.
Its beautiful to be able to solve it without help! Good!!
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