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It is possible to mate in 2, isn't it?
If you're talking about Ng8 - no!. Because black queen will take white queen.
2 Bg8+ Rxg8? 3 Nf7# would be mate too.
But 2...Kh8 is not mate and 3 Nf7 will result in 3...Kxg8 and White will lose!
Done in 2 page?
easy one but still it fun puzzle I like how white use his Knight there
Nice puzzle :)
4 days into the week... I'm ready for a puzzle that isn't a forced mate ...one makes you think a little more.
looking forward to Thursday's
nice. I immediately saw discoverd attack with bishop. second move I got wrong first, but then it was clear. I´m improving ;)
Show us! I don't see any mate in 2!
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