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Like in an ordinary game. This is far too easy. There should be real problems.
Once you know it's a mate in 2, you can quickly reject all the other first moves. (Any non-check moves are rejected because of the pawn's threat on the white queen).
Agreed. Would be nice if they didn't spoil the puzzles in the title.
Nice one... I need to have this kind of puzzles to improve.. Thanks...
yes yes... fascinating... jk nice problem though
Why can't I have these positions in my games?!!...
sacrifice, not sacrafice.
to => too.
Please be relevant, helpful, and nice!
Very nice indeed !
that is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO easy!
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