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very very good puzzle.
Took me a while, but I got it.
Excellent puzzle, tried to get the knight involved at first then woke up and saw the checks with the queen. For Liza. Page five.
Talk about smothering!! A great mate where everyone has a role.
Dang, forgot the rule...lol use all pieces ....great comments all
Definitely a team effort. No queen sacrifice!
there is another solution
first queen h2 to h7 then knight from e4 to d6 this is a simple solution
Very good mate in 5!
2. Ne6+ can fall to 2...Nxd6
thats anice one but still easy.
Acertei. Muito bom.
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