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This is a good educational puzzle. By moving 1) c2c4, it creates a position where it does not matter whether Black chooses 1) ... Kd6 or 1) ... Kd4. Either way, the queen delivers mate. Beginning players should learn to create situations like this.
nice and easy, I think the heading made it even more easier 'mate in 2'
"more easier" lol
Easiest puzzle ever!!!
Chess is easy if you play to force it so.
Simple and clean.
okay for a Monday
Just because its a two move Check Mate dose not mean it's easy ... and Just because it only took me 30 sec. to solve the problem dose'not mean that this puzzle needs to be Deleted.... LOL ok .. ur right it is too easy...lol!!!
nice and easy
Well that was easy, took me one try, and a couple of seconds to complete!
very easy puzzle
Was feeling real good about myself after doing the puzzle until I read all the other comments! O.K. is was easy, even for me.
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