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nice and easy.
Nothings to do
very very easy
nice and easy
Need it a bit more harder :C
Too easy...just glanced at this puzzle and saw the mate in 2.
complicated but easy
I love pinning pieces... :D
easy as pie
So difficult! Aaaaaaaaaaggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!
not bad, for a rookie
I agree that this is an easy puzzle, but ones like this can be valuable. The position is one that you realistically could get into, especially in a game where white has previously slipped up once or twice. It is valuable to look and see if there is a way to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Of course, there usually isn't, but you NEVER spot the opportunities that do arise if you don't practice to find them in situations like this.
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