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Once Black takes the white queen, white can not move the pawn that was his only move - hence stailmate and a draw.
Hope that helps.
Yes that explains it clearly and helps enormously. Thank you!
I do not get it!
I don't get it. don't balck win?
hmm didn´t understood
Happens all the time.
WHERE'S THE 5-20 PUZZLE?!?
look at white's possible moves, he was down(and would have surely lost) so he brought about a stalemate.
Nice puzzle, especially the self-inflicted pin of the g4 pawn. Certainly different from the usual.
how is that stale mate? can't black just take the queen with his queen?
Now that was a puzzle...good one
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