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wow, this is cool. very precise! at the final position the knights attack precisely the needed 4 squares... this was one of the best chess puzzles i have ever seen. congrats to whoever prepared this.
Loved it! Always need work with my knights. :)
another smthered mate !!!!
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Cool! Me like.
nice use of one's own pieces preventing escape squares.Knights are something else-----great chess thinking.Bravo.......
One of the best :)
imagine being black and just coming up one.move.short.
Very nice puzzle, but I doubt that I'd ever encounter this situation in real life XD
love this puzzle...
i have beter mover.To put the white horse on E-6.!!!
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