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And we waited how long for this !
If anyone's wondering where all the other comments have got to, they're here:- http://www.chess.com/forum/view/daily-puzzles/4222012---mate-in-2?& here:-http://www.chess.com/forum/view/daily-puzzles/4222012---mate-in-22
There are now three threads for this puzzle !
Even I solved it! Thanks for the puzzle.
Realy nice,in the ending game ,especialy in the blitz game could be problematic.
bad trapped king D=
Nice for a Sunday. :)
Solved it at first attempt.
Second page and nice puzzle.
Black got checkmated by a rookie!!
I came across an old travel chess set the other day that I havn't used since I was at school & found several very faded slips of paper inside with chess puzzles on them. The only problem is there are no solutions so I'm having to solve them as I go but here's the first:-
Compilation by O. Stocchi (First Prize Praca. 1952)
Mate in Two Moves
easy but instructive ! just right for sunday
congrats, you solved it
Power of the pin
did anyone else stare at this for 20 seconds wondering how in the heck the king ended up down there with so many pieces on the board?
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