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quick and easy
The black queening was just for dramatic effect
At first, i thought it wasn't a forced one supposed that black could block by playing g pawn but then i saw the little pawn at g4
Not bad - good to have a non-checking move.
Not bad puzzle.
I never understood why people say these puzzles are easy. They are all easy. It's like saying a metal concert is loud.
Nice puzzle,not a check,check,mate as is usually the case.The K move was easy to see,knowing it was mate in three
If I were black, then instead of promoting my pawn to a queen, I would promote to a knight instead, and hopefully this would create a confusion in white just long enough for me to break my king free. just sayin'.... you know.... as a last-ditch effort, lol
8/21/2014 - Movsesian vs A.Korobov, Moscow, 2004
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A nice little checkmate!
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