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a rook protected by a bishop is tough
rook d6 then d7 , that would be mate too right?
No, because the king can just move back to f6.
I thought same thing but black K can escape back to f6,which was covered by e5 in solution,even posted it,opp's,we both saw something that wasn't there
Very nice puzzle.
Sunday puzzles are so nice. Even I can solve them (usually.)
Shouldn't they stop naming these puzzles "mate in 2" etc? Most of them are easy enough not to need the title giving us an extra hint on what the solution looks like...
easy for a sunday
Not that difficult to figure out.
waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too easy
Good Sunday puzzle.
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