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14 Hours ; Alice I am going to send you to the moon.
that was the easiest puzzle ever?
I got it.
It is very important that I said that and it is equally important that you read that.
Could this get any more simpler???
Once upon a midnight dreary.
Ever wonder how these game boards get to this position? Black is three major pieces and two pawns down. Yet, white has moved only three of its eight pawns, and only two of those pawns were moved one square.
Pin and useless interposition. Bam!
Nice and easy!i was excpecting more!
Thanks for the lesson.
Just another simple one. Feeding with a spoon...
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