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first page and first try CYA
First page :D lol
estaba interesante la weaita esta.... Ariba Chile y México, poh mierda!!
smothered and covered and first page.... wow....
Smothered mate,i guess TT helped me recognize the pattern :D
comparado con las cosas siemples que habían salido ultimamente... Lo que si no comprendo son los tipos que postean a penas una simple letra buscando estar en la primera página...
nice and easy , pretty methodical
This puzzle prepared for A lesson of smothered mate...
combination of queen and knight...then, mate...
I saw the Qb8+ first. I didnt recognise the Kxb8 at first and was like why not mate in 2... :). But I figured it out myself after all ;).
old but gold
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