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A very clever puzzle, even though I need someone to fully analyze it to spot why cxb5 isnt good of an answer
if cxb5 then Be5+ Kc6, Bd7+ Kc5, Bd6#
yup great puzzle... :)
I'm a little puzzled about the firt move.. but
yaaaahaaaa! what a nice puzzle!
Nice puzzle. I solve it in two sets of 4 & 5 moves because it was known it involves a series of checks
Too easy for Thursday
in move 1 couldnt black take the knight
White to move and mate in 6
First - which means it must be pretty easy if I can get it.
That has been explained twice already
wow nice one !
Took a while but it was very nice, a lot to calculate but not impossible for a 1500 elo player :)
12/11/2013 - Topalov-Kramnik, Dortmund 1996
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