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Prevent Ke6 and mate. Anything more to say?
Surprisingly elusive !
front and nice puzzle, took me awhile..
I like the black knights.
did not see that one coming.
That's a nice puzzle
Difficult puzzle. Good.
... if White's queen were a cannon from Chinese chess, that is (when the Nf4 allows it to cover e4 and c4). :D
Solved within a minute. Probably a record for me when it comes to mating a king in the center of the board! Normally a weakness of mine. Also one of the strangest positions I've ever seen!
wow.. I took like 5 mins trying to figure out if Nf4 works. Nf4+ Kc4 Ne6+ Kd5 Nc7# Nf4+ Ke4 Ne6+ Kd5 Nc7#Nf4+ Ke4 Ne6+ Ke3 Qf3# >.< which is all forcing, but there was just a quicker mate.
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