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SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS ! Now, let's have a little think about black's moves.
It's not an "S." On my world it means "Hope."
This was hard, And they didn't let me finish the game either! AGAIN!
Hold on just a sec, but what if black plays nf1 next move.
Tricky as hell.
found that one really tricky
Pretty easy but simple isn't necessarily bad. Good idea to know.
What is wrong with 2: Ka2?! on Nf1+; RXN, if QXR, Qxa6++; on Nf3; QXN threatening Rf8+; RXR followed by QXR+ & Qg8++ or if Ka7 Qf5+ winning easily
pourquoi pas ?
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