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That takes more thought than usual on Sunday. Good work guys!
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It is slightly puzzling how to get the mate in only 2 moves, but victory is so obvious for white that compressing the mating process into 2 moves instead of, let us say, 3 or 4 moves is not very interesting.
I had a really hard time with that first move...
It's good to see the most efficiency move.
spoiler alert: the mate does not involve the edge of the board
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