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It's all about the first move. Cool one!
black was in a terrible position. I often wonder how the whole game transpired.
Queen used as a battering ram in this one. I prefer it when she is used with more finesse.
woah. Ladder mate by queen. But, that was way too easy.
easy but not bad.
At least white didn't sac his Q......
An inevitable deadly march of the Queen.
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WHITE QUEEN + FROM START tOO fINISH#!
Queen is moved four times for the mate.
Well isn't that just a bad, bad day for black. I probably wouldn't have seen that coming from black's side of the board either. "Surely I can block this feeble spite check. Can't I? Uh oh. Oh no. P0wned."
Marchin' on down to checkmate
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