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I believe half of the people saying "Easy" at page 1, can't see the following mate in 2, after this puzzle finished...
gimme harder ones!
nice easy one
why not finish
same as yesterday
This puzzle shows the power of Q and R, working together!!!
I've never posted a chess puzzle before, I hope this works.
This is just an extension of the puzzle shown to include the two more moves that will lead to mate. Just for you Wilson :)
Nice and easy. :D
when do they put up the new puzzle? i did this one yesterday
another year, another problem... solved !
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