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Thats a fun one
lot of lines to explore, lot of fun too
The rook sacrifice was not intuitive.
The problem was still fun, though.
Thanks for the lesson!
Good puzzle, thanx for sharing...
Usually mate in 4 means there is no escape.
on this puzzle there is an escape path for the king.
yes, it loses the game but still, it's not a mate in 4.
Please show us how this is not a mate in four. I would love to see it, and I'm sure others would as well.
Look to the f7 square.
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I thought that was a pretty good puzzle.
Nice & easy!
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