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Nice to see a puzzle that doesn't involve a check in every move, makes it that little bit more challengine
1. Black's king exposed g-file leaves the king unprotected and
2. Black's other pieces: queen, bishop and rook are too far away to step in to protect the king.
Nice puzzle, thanks!
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if you can guess the second move correctly... it is simple
It was a bit harder for me to make the first move but when I got it, it was easy.
Love this puzzle because I can see how it could happen in a high school opening :)
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