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That was easy
just a late game fools mate
Interesting puzzle. Nice, very good. I could solve it. Thanks.
I did this to one of my opponents in bullet lol !
Come on! This isn't even a problem :P
Quite good but i need more harder
Brutal was a good name for the puzzle and it shows that people make mistakes with different moves.In this puzzle, the mistake was allowing the unsuspected
very easy . i have mate someone like this mate
Simple, common checkmating idea.
i love that
THIS PUZZLE HAS MULTIPLE SOLUTIONS!!!
Nice. THere no square to retreat
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