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not queen. king, sorry.
i wasn't first because i was with a girl
yeah, i got it...
but must try many step hahaha
impressive and excellent...
someone explain the moves 4 and 6 please..
very well played
why doesn't Rh4 in 4th give white a mate in one more move?
good one - bit lengthy one !
Not easy. Was not able to go further than the 4th move by myself...
Is it the game of bobby at 16?
great and nice:)
Got stuck on the fourth move. I wanted to play 4.Rh4+. Quite the jump in the level of difficulty from yesterday's puzzle
me too, i bet everybody wanted to go Rh4+ on move 4
Aphyer is right, this does not make sense. Can someone please explain.
Many other options, I found mate in 6
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