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hey, sorry about the shortening of part 3, hope you enjoy
hehe I was just wondering when we were going to see a Mate in 2 without a first move check.
Can't wait for the next installment!
black to move and draw
thanks for the puzzel but please try to reverse black pieces as well
I was proud to be in black's position at my State Chess Tournament in the posted puzzle with white king and queen vs. black king and pawn.
sorry, but the fourth part (puzzles 51 - 60) might take longer to make cos ive been quite busy lately
I like this post :D solved them all.
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