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Once you get the obligitory Queen sacrifice out of the way, it falls into place. Still a good puzzle though.
goog... and easy.. first... tks
A queen sac. Who would have guessed it!
Queen dies to set up mate.
nice and easy
La dame blanche est sacrifiée pour permettre à la tour blanche d'écrouer le roi noir sur la huitième rangée... le cavalier termine le travail.
This is very, very interesting
I checked out what mate58 said and believe he's right in which case this is NOT a good puzzle. You should not give up your queen unless it is necessary.
or did I miss something?
i didnt even see the bishop to know it was a queen sac, but it worked out... HAHAHA @ my attention skills after work!
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