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Pretty easy :P
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Easy one, did it in about 15 seconds. Unlike other puzzles, i think this puzzle was sorta bad.
La doctora Mochi lo resolvió con los ojos cerrados.
Y Monogatín lo mismo.
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¿A Yuyú con bananas verdes? Mua ha ha ha!
fairly simple but a good one.
What if you first move the bishop and only then a horse?
then you will lose your knight on g4, and with it, the game.
No queen sacrifice
how this position can actually happen on board?? i am wondering.
please tell me how the knight at f5 didn't get taken on the previous move. If the pawn at g6 had not been there it would have to have been at g7. In which case it would have taken the bishop.
two steps and mate
7/30/2014 - Mate in 4
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