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The chances of this position arising in a real match are zero. The Knight is bieng attacked by a pawn as well as another knight
The easyist puzzle ever
no black pieces to interfere...
g6 to block the previous check would have taken white's knight
Not true. In that case knight takes g6, h rank pawn takes knight, queen takes rook. That would be the best exchange if g6 had been played. Still not good for black.
Simple!!!!Great for beginers!!!!!!
nice n easy.
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