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that was an easy puzzle
hard but neat!
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Thats the worse puzzle that ive seen on chess.com my 3 years here--Obviously it was a yankee who thought this one out!!!
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This puzzle doesn`t make any sense.
It`s better if u promote the pawn
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Actually, if you promote the pawn, you will get checkmated eventually. By moving the pawn the puzzle told you to, you would escape the checkmate and you would still be able to promote eventually.
I don't understand why some players had a problem with this puzzle. Moving the pawn to g4 was the only way to avoid checkmate. This puzzle was too easy.
I didn't like this puzzle.
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I would definetely promote to queen and checkmate unless you're playing bullet chess.
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