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Can someone explain what was the last move(before this situation) by black?
after 1. Bxa7, all of blacks moves result in him either losing the queen or losing to the backrow mate. This could have actually been a puzzle if they allowed us to play the bishop sack first.
For real ?
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I like it...it could be tricky if itz not tha first sequence u c...
Lol at the puzzle. :P
Oh so simple...
It is the easiest mate ever.Very basic mate.
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LAMEST PUZZLE EVER
Very true Zinc...
Too easy for a Sunday. Seems like Puzzle master took a vacation
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