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oh so easy
If You Were a King
A great win by Carlsen against Anand at Bilbao Masters 2012:
I solved it by mistake. Sort of glanced at it for a fraction of a second.
I would find that to be awesome, but probably so did everybody else.
This puzzle is sooooo
probably the easiest puzzle they have given me.
hahaha, easy puzzle
Can I have a replay, that was way too fast.
WAY too easy.
the name was deeper than the move.
What happened to the borders in between posts?
cosi' e' troppo
run silent run deep
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