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More demanding than Thursdays usually. Some calculation was needed to see the checkmate from the initial position.
theres a shorter way to do it
difficult but interesting and very instructive
dont see the purpose of this checkmate..wt can i learn form this..can u tell ?
nice selective moves...
It's very interesting. Good!
good puzzle :D
afreedman, stop spamming
Very nice puzzle.
Thanks for the lesson!
I would never see that in a real game.
keeping the pressure on...
More complexed then the ones from past few days!Very nice and it can be very hard in the blitz games.
very good one
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