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I'd say it's considerably difficult.
notice it was posted by a titled player. so, difficulty is probably relative. i am sure it is pretty, though.
u allright its not difficult but pretty
Rf1 Rxe2 keeps the King trapped with Rh1 next.
....Qxf2+ 2.Kxf2 Rh6 3.Kg1 Rxe2 4. Rff1 Rxe2 5.Qh4 Rxh4 mate in few moves
Not too difficult but quite pretty :)
Uhhhhh it was a basic puzzle. Who cares?Yep.
1.He said in the original post that it was simple :P
2.The solution was already posted!
Uhhhhh it was a basic puzzle. Who cares?Yep.DIAGRAM #12
There's no right solution was posted. Please, check them carefully and compare to my solution above. Thanks,-
It was a Simple Puzzle. Who cares? Yep !
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