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cool and nice
Straight forward EZ.
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 :)
Without the "Mate in 4" title, this puzzle is a hard one
dam, the queen lives
Why cant you move the queen to f5 on your first move and mate in one turn?
That was a hard puzzle. I made mistakes on the first and second moves but I made the mate happen.
Thank you to the people who take the time to represent the multiple variations.
Sometimes when your competion is kind it makes you look a little smarter. And black was very kind. lol
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