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brilliant queen sac but a ridiculous position to be in!
very surprising, hidden trap.
love the black knights too
It would be nice to have the black bishop on a1 with the b2 pawn on d2 so it could get there.
Didn't see it coming. Great surprise.
How in the world did those kings get put into those positions? lol...
its a weird psition, but an original one
That's what I was going to say.
how come white's king is already on the other side and still safe?
cudn't figure out first move
when in doubt, sac the queen..
If I did that in a game I think I would cry
Mate is very nice, but position is very unlikely to be realistic((
This would never happen in real life. I wish it would.
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