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This is not a puzzle. All the first moves are forced to keep the king in check!
easy as pi
My thanks to Daniel Rensch for the mating pattern video series. It made this one easy!
Saw the windmil potential, and worked from there ;)
I don, t get it
good one indeed.
there is another way
Rh5, Ng5, Bc3, Qh7
Deltaquad's puzzle (mate in two) on post#39 seems to be causing some confusion (again). I hope my diagram on #121 may help to clear that up.
Good lord, that was easy. And it's nice to see such a paucity of "1st" comments on the first page!
Easy Peasy Pumpkin Squeazy
Classic... have a good day.
I wish that position was in one of my games.
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