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Can someone answer my question from page 6 - am I missing something really simple?
Black has an escape route Kd8 , after whites first move , then Ke7 , after whites second move ! Ra7 - Kd8, Qa8 - Ke7.
easy and nice
They would have just surrendered before even taking the queen.
wow.... that was pretty hard fer once finally got it though
Also QxD7 is profitable!
eh. i saw mate in 2, if black didnt move their king
easy, but nice
It was interesting! tempts to solve more such problems!
As Goldilocks would say, "Not too hard. Not too easy. Just right."
come on chess.com gods, is this all you got, even a 900 could see that one a mile away
Easy. Got it first time.
very easy this time.
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