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First and well... yeah
It is very unusual indeed. But I like it. Does anyone know when it was played and by whom?
that was fun.... and easy.
I always find it interesting when a pawn promotes to a piece other than a queen. I guess in some situations it can be useful, like the one shown in this puzzle.
Well titled, and very elegant.
I liked that.
unusual... is correct
good puzzle about what to promote for the ultimate win!!!
i got it right!
Maybe the underpromotion gets to mate quickest, but I suspect there were alternatives.
Kf6 is also valid, no?
I think you could mate in 2 moves here
Yeah, unusual but nice :D
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