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Totally missed this one. The power of Pawns!
Nice puzzle today!!!
A good puzzle. I solved without any trouble.
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that was Cindie hard BUT I WIN!
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The pawsn are similar to naval obstacles. If there's a ship on the sea, it will sink because of the rocks.
you are right ,pawn position made mate possible,for you to know that you must have solved puzzle,nice job,better than calling people a douche,no offense i just had to say something,a puzzle is nothing to get personnell over.have a good day
Yes, I like this one. And like one earlier in the week it shows how powerful a pawn can be in the right position. Thanks!
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