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very straight forward..
Under 1200 and still solved in like 5 seconds..hehe.
Hannibal and His Elephants! Thanks for the lesson. Since the Rooks where once "The Elephants!"
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I expected a little bit tougher of a puzzle than this one..
ok, maybe the definition of puzzle needs to be renewed :D
A beginners problem.
Very easy.Please be relevant, helpful & nice!
ussually at chess problems the solutions does not start with chess at first mouve. so ... elementary wrong this problem and results forced . easy for begginers
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