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Here is a collection of puzzles to solve.Ther are five of them and I hope you enjoy and learn something. Click on the move list after you solve it to see some other variations or annotations.
These are awesome puzzles. Thanks for sharing
Great puzzles! I loved working on them. Thanks for sharing!
Isn't your fourth puzzle cooked?
There is a second solution in 1. Qxg5+! after which 1. ... Bg6 is not a valid defense because of 2. Qxf6 and mate on g7; while the answer 1. ... Bxg5 gets mated as before by 2. Rxg5+ Bg6 3. Ne7+ Qxe7 4. Rxc8+ and mate next move.
Am I missing something?
oh sorry, i solved these puzzles myself. did;nt see that.
we all make mistakes?
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