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i liked the bishup move
Take the queen out of the equation ,nice
The queen and Rook are disconnected by agreat move and the timing is nice.
I admittedly do not get this. The king is not in check, unless my computer froze because the pieces didn't move.
great and interesting...
PLEASE EXPLAIN THIS!
i have not checked who else have suggested this...so even if there is someone then buddy take a chill pill.
and be happy that someone else is also there who thinks like you.its is not a intellectual property right violation.ok.
difficult and brilliant second move...
the most clearly demostration about Blocking.. very-------->.
wow smart , used bishop to stop the queen
Nice puzzle... but pretty hard.
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