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excellent puzzle!!! never over til its over... MEOW, MEOW!!!
Why the black king did not take the white bishop??
An endgame puzzle of perhaps the highest order. Thanks!
not easy but nice one
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Why would king not take bischop on move 4? I would go for the draw.
why didn't black take the bishop on 4. ..???
Why move 5 k-b4?? Why not e3? What am I missing?
More draw puzzles please - really makes you think (well, me anyway : )
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