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Quiet first move, killer second
hmm trickly, nice
too easy to solve !
alternative solution: f4, followed by opponent doing any move, then f5? i guess it's a move longer though after opponent takes gf5 then needing to retake with ef5. thought i had it 1st go... damn. next time i'll read the title!!! :)
I know that was supposed to be easy, but sadly, it took me about 10 minutes to figure it out in my head. :(
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what about going pawn f4 then do f5.. even if it trades pawn wouldnt that be mate as well?
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