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Excellent puzzle. Thanks so very much.
Your puzzle solution fails because after 1 Bf6+ comes ..Kg8 and you lose the mating web
Sunday. And I missed it. Doesn't bode well for the rest of the week.
Any thing that happens its checkmate.
Everybody, this is not the Sunday Puzzle. This is the Saturday puzzle, it was up yesterday (more than 30 hours ago)
Which makes it even easier than the typical Sunday Puzzle.
Uh no, Saturday puzzles are the hardest, Sunday puzzles are the easiest.
I think he means that because we know the answer...its easier than the sunday puzzle
even a child can do this!!!
puzzle for amateur
not too bad i dont get it though
Very good puzzle.
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