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Well, I feel I have to say SOMETHING. I probably could have sat in front of this computer for maybe an hour and never would have seen the first move. Oh, afterwards, sure. There was no other choice! I think this game was designed to drive most people a little goofy.
Why wouldn't black respond to white's Qg5 move with Pxg5??
If black played e5 [Killanerd]...Qxg7 mate [just 2 moves] !!!
If black respond pxg5 [Lusqueta]...Rh3 mate [just 2 moves also] !!!
Now this puzzle was interesting!
very nice and easy one...
I wonder how many times I miss really nice mating opportunities like this one.
nice one, didnt think about the possibility of the first move, but then it all fell in its places... :)
cool!! bit difficult first move....
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