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The first move was a little tricky, but everything else fell into place.
nice hey first bage
I wonder if I would be able to take advantage of these positions in the game !!
nice knight play...
Oh well..This was nice..And btw Prativa_pralh..Your solution won't work because even the king can capture the queen on f8..
Heh... I felt the complete opposite.
Nice little jig by the knight
dear prativa: what if on move 3 black takes queen with his king instead of with his knight?
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