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I feel dumber o_O I guess that's Sunday puzzles for ya.
WoW you guys must be GMs. It took me 2 weeks to figure this out. Such an awesome puzzle, might be the toughest of the year. Hehehehe
Can not get any easier than this one. It has to be hands down the easiest puzzle i have seen ever!
Even is black plays Kc7, it leads to the same mate.
Forced #2... good day; bonne journée.
I like all the 'red herrings' in the Sunday puzzles. Like, why is white's knight on g1, instead of, maybe, e2 or h3? Is there any particular reason the king is on c1 and not b1 or a1? Or even e3 or g7!? Here is a more confusing and positionally absurd version of the same puzzle:
Easy for sunday
What's the quickest way to get a title?
by davebrah a few minutes ago
12/10/2013 - Easterwood-Williams 2004
by chetangowda a few minutes ago
Chess Is Garbage, Here Are My Own Openings
by EDB123 a few minutes ago
Chess Troll for the Year!
by davebrah 2 minutes ago
How wide is scope of Time Per Move?
by Tactical-Homicide 3 minutes ago
ESCAPE A CABALLO
by luis_albert 7 minutes ago
QGA - Hang on to the pawn?
by melvinbluestone 7 minutes ago
Tough luck for Aronian 5.5 hour game!!!
by tigerprowl 8 minutes ago
Is it agaisnt the rules so delay games?
by socialista 8 minutes ago
" HOW TO DO WHEN YOUR NOOBISH MINDINGS !!! "
by reineirpogi19 15 minutes ago
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