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too easy to waste the time
ok and then?
same as yesterday
This is yesterday's puzzle????? What is going on?????????????
I recognize this one... solved it recently.... so familiar... can't place it.
14 Hours ; Alice I am going to send toy to the moon.
Why not take the rook first with the knight ?
These are the same
Basic but useful exercise.
Got it on my first try! :)
Tuesday's puzzle has been posted but the links don't seem to be working again.
Click on 'Forums', then on 'Daily Chess Puzzles' & you'll see it listed.
Or just click on this link...
Why not just take the rook with knight, then eat the bishop?
Then you would be trading a knight and a rook for a bishop and a rook. You don't gain any material.
Oh I see, thanks.
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