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Good Puzzle, I tried taking the knight using both king and bishop. Not bad for a Saturday Puzzle.
nice and kind
Sexy Black King. I like it/
But way way to easy
Interesting endgame exercise.
Nice enough endgame problem but havn't Saturday puzzles become easier?
Poor Black! So close to a win and gets mated because of his unlucky king!
Not unlucky, its a silly king.
No matter how you look, black's last move was stupid!
Wow, white's last move was stupid too!
I know, it was composed. ¬¬
Great idea! But then again: how did the black managed to get himself into such a position?
Unrealistic at all !!!!!!!!!!!!?????????????????????
Enjoy the puzzel, easy to solve
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