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Strong first move... good day; bonne journée.
rook to d1 is also a possible move [ 3rd move ]
B can block R move
first page ,very good
Top 100, not bad :D
1. rd7, kxd7
2. qxb7+ ke6
Then mate in 3 wont work.
there is a mistake in there black can move 2 ... Ke6 White can't mate in one then.
Actually a puzzle where I had to think what piece to move first. That's good.
No. Rook was clear. The only question where is the best square. Of course where mate is threatened ...
But why mate in 4, when there is 3 Qd5#?
Makes no sense to me!
Tough one, I missed it. Good puzzle though.
This is under forums??!!
Wow! That one was kindof tough! :D
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