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Good one. Messed up the first and second moves with stupid moves as I was in a hurry to post. Better than the last three puzzles.
Here are some variations. I might have missed or mis-interpreted some of them.
nice. On the other hand if the king is taking a walk in the middle of the board it can't be too hard to stick him can it?
first but very hard...
Cool puzzle, and no queen sac!
Im here wondering what the Black King is doing in the middle of the board.
As everyone can see, the only way the Black King could have strolled all the way to e5 is through f7,e6 then e5. So im guessing Black plays the Bongcloud :)
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