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Please! For God's sake, every day, easy easy easy... JESUS! Give us same challanging ones!@!
no way to miss
9th page... and trying harder
Thanks for the lesson in endgame.
Yes. it was very, very easy.
I have solved this puzzle.
try this one
its Blackburne's trap rit??
That one is new to me so I looked it up on Wiki' - Blackburne's Trap is just another name for Légal's Mate (after Sire de Légal) so I'd have to say that the puzzle in post #176 is nothing like that !
Clean and simple.
thanks! Now if I can get it under 5 seconds then it's easy. :)
I'll have to figure out a way to use this on someone xD
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