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You have to play it in the line anyway, might as well do it a move early to stop the promotion for now
Nice puzzle. Actually good for me to work, as I often miss opportunities when the Queen is a long distance such as here.
Well spotted.In fact your way was better than the original.(well done).
You're kidding right? I already said Black isn't forced to allow the pawn promotion with 2..Rxe8?
And you still think this is better than the original? Black has lasted longer than three moves in this line, easily.
i liked it
A good one!
cool , I solved it directly
hahaha very very very easy
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