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Very good didn'[t see it to start with!
uhh... whatever numered post this is place!
very ez and intuitive...
Good one. Let's have more endgame puzzles.
Not much to say about that one.
While looking at this one, I noticed that even though the solution didn't end up using them, there a few opportunities to explore ideas like using multiple pieces to trap the king so you could have your way with other pieces unabated. That would have worked in blacks favor in this particular case. It is still good to see the idea, to perhaps use it in another game. I also saw a bishop sacrifice that should lead to white being able to queen.
way to easy
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