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its ok... ^_^
black wins.. 0-1
The deceptive part of this puzzle was that the outside pawn looked like it was in the clear or would make it one step ahead of whites king. Well, a good reminder that diagonal travel is quicker on the board than forward moves. Blacks central pawn though was just enough to disrupt that advantage.
How to interfere with the white king's path to h1? :)
Dont get it... sorry lol
Easy puzzle, and great way to end a game, always feels good to win like that.
Black wins either way. This isn't really a puzzle.
I take that back. The King can intercept. I had to count. lol nice puzzle. Very nice
Ehh.. I don't think the pawn sacrifice is all that needed...
You stopped seven words too late.
Interesting.Please be relevant, helpful & nice!
Nicely instructive - block your opponent from accessing 'the box' !
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