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how could greml solve the puzzle before it was published?
not very interesting
Easier than I thought
The first move has to be Rf1
but which Rook .
It has to be the Rhf1 as other Rook is needed to cover d3 square.
now any move by Black is answered by Bd3+
yo. who else is hating the new puzzle posting time
You don't have daylight saving time, is that correct?
what is day light saving time?
yes buddy what is next.
The first to solve the puzzle is imporatnt.
I solved the puzzle first and got quote 4. lol
Is the quote no. is so important.
1. Bd3 Kf3 2.Rdf1 Kg4 3. Be2.
There is a mate in 55 as well.
wrong It is mate in 53....see carefully
man with hand in pocket feel cocky all day
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