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why not promoting for a queen?
is there a reason the pawn wasnt promoted to a queen?
What if black's 2nd move was not Nb3? I see a few options that could still lead to draw.
nice way to stay out of a stalmate
in my opinion the puzzle wasn't very good i think there might be a problem if black plays this way: 1. n6c7,a1=N+ 2. kb2 but now instead of black playing Nb3 they might play instead kb4.
ah oo. taammaaaaa
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Why did black choose knight instead of queen in pawn promotion ?
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