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Why not 1. Rxd5 1. Bxd5 2. Qc7# ?
Is that not an acceptable solution simply for the insipid response by black of 1. ... Qxe6 ? That would just be followed by 2. Qxe6, with check, with a lopsided juggernaut of a victory?
It really annoys me when a perfectly good combination is deemed incorrect in favor of some ridiculously contrived sacrifice.
Why always a queen sacrifice???
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queen goes again.. haha
I've never done a queen sacrifice in a real game. Only in these puzzles. Nice one!
The ole' famous Queen Sacrifice in admission! Thanks for the lesson!
Cool! Quite satisfying. :)
Nice, funny, thanx for sharing...
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