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Good puzzle. Fun to see a checkmate delivered by a pawn backed up by bishop and knight.
Good puzzle. Love the pawn checkmate!
hope all enjoy their Monday.....
Re7+ was tempting for a moment - glad I resisted
passed pawns want to be pushed
Eat your heart out Capablanca!
I love when a plan comes to a good end... Thanks!
Easy but an unusual mate.
Trivial, but fun. Would love to have this position in a game.
The ole' famous David and Goliath Checkmate Pattern. Note: A knight check, leading to checkmate administered by a rook pawn. Thanks for lesson.
Daily puzzle links were screwed up again.
Whoever keeps doing this should have figured it out by now.
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