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really hard xD
easy one :)
what a move by white...!!!
a one move wonder
what is this really it is very difficult to call a puzzle
Would have been better if they went up to a checkmate, or at least a big material advantage...
I like this puzzle still could be a good game after 1.Ng6 Qxf7+ 2.Kh8 Kxg2 3.h5. If black stays on it and starts attacking it would be a fair game but right now white has an advantage and will gain some peices until black can find a way to improve the defence and start attacking.
I think they should have had us figure out all the moves to mate so it wouldn't be as easy.
one stroke puzzle !!!!!
A perfect sunday puzzle
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