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Its not fucking, its realey good, bonehed
I mean with it in the dutch speek: "flikker op" agains adbiisbest135791
But I want to say, you can better play then me!!!
Couldn't figure out the last one; can't believe I missed such an easy move.
good one, the pawn gets the mate, not so often, the poor guy is usually traded for something or sacrificed
I Like It)
Questionable puzzle since it has one more solution: 1- g4 Ke4 2- Re7 Be5 3- Rxe5 mate
No, g4 removes protection from your knight.
Right, the f3 one... missed...thx
Looks easier than what it is
Very cool puzzle
It was a harder puzzle
Gr8 puzzle, good 1. LOL.
Not bad. Looked easier than it was. Took some thinking for sure.
Bad sports manship/ Racism
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