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This looks familiar because a very similar puzzle was used on this forum on 29th/April but with the rook already in place...
Thanks. Think everything else I had to say was covered on the first page.
Easy peasy - but fun
Done in one shot!!!!!!!
I believe that Deltaquad's puzzle on page two has a second solution with Nc5 as white's first move. Could someone please check that?
that was very interesting.
i remember i solved some puzzle like this a couple of weeks ago
Very educating and nice.
Easy pea-sy Now to find these in a game without the clue of mate in 4...
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