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very easy! took me less than 10 seconds!!!
Interesting routine puzzle.
an eye opening puzzle!!!!!!!!!!!
Not quite Sunday leftovers.
Good puzzle but EZ just the same.
easy and nice
Got it in 1... nice puzzle!
Nice easy one! Thanks
not a bad problem but the main thing is that the black doesnt have any pawns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You almost expected it to be an exclusively Queening problem. ie. converting a pawn to a Queen. But they stopped us just short of the promotion.
This may not be efficient . . . but at least you get to promote two pawns
Rh6?? is a patzer move. The black king may reply ..Kd7 instead of the Kb7 your analysis shown.
that one seemed pretty straightforward
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