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took a long time
I think this is the longest daily puzzle made by dailypuzzle
this is easy. but the idea is ridicously stupid
a consistant effective technique..
That was one of the best puzzles I have ever done.
could have cut the chase
Why wouldn't both players just keep going until a draw is agreed upon? Black's last move is horrible, and any player in that situation would easily just keep the game going for a draw.
Lame puzzle, and much too long!
step by step
Well, it was either you draw the game or you get a win... thats basically the idea. black can't win in that situation, yet white can force the draw.
Black's last move was forced, as was his every move.
Couldn't he have just forced black to trade the queen for the knight, that would've led to a moar succinct checkmate?
this one is great!
can't even image about it.
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