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First time! Sorry I should say that
first page yeah!!
hmm missed move 4
where' s everybody?
I can't believe it. Front page.
nice 1st page
Yay, first page!
Hmmm, odd little puzzle.
:) Anyone get every single move right?
Why was it published later, than 9:00 (GMT+2)?
wow, that's hard
I don’t understand why the black king (on a3) doesn’t take the white bishop on b3 instead of black moving its pawn to e4?
Black could have taken down white bishop...................
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