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easy sunday :-)
Took me just 1 sec to see the mate.
nothing to do....easy
easy sunday :)
it was an easy one
why so much useless tactics here!! can't we ever have something beautiful to solve PLEASE!!!!!!
Rb8 mate durrgh!
Slipping in behind - an attack pattern I often have a hard time seeing.
White had every advantage. The powerful fianchetto, a rook ahead, advanced pawns in the center, and back-rank control. It would be interesting to see how white got to this point. Black has played well enough to get his three pieces into a strong attack position, but he is caslled on the wrong side given white's fianchetto'd white-squares bishop (and his lack of a white-squares bishop).
Sunday's puzzles...you can mark your week by them. Thanks for the latest rendition.
yes it was easy..
Its mate in 2 if it was Black's turn to play. I guess he got close but not close enough.
Hmmmm, you are right
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