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Did we really have to sac' the queen ?
First! Would Bishop move be the same?
Does anyone see a flaw with it?
first page! *___*
always kill the queen puzzle...
1. Bxg7+, Txg7
2. Rf8+, Tg8
3. Qxg8# (Rxg8#)
so it was mate in 3 instead of mate in 2
Usual Q sac ....
That was easy
no, it would take one extra move as the black rook would not be pinned in g7 when the white rook moves to f8
first page? My life is complete now!
I know that. I was just thinking: There was nothing wrong with it, I knew it was 3 not 2 but I thought maybe I may've been overlooking something that's all. Anyway Thanks
Solved i Friends ;)
First page first time. Easy puzzle, too...
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