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My 52nd Chess Problem so far.
It contains obtrusive (promoted) pieces.
Easy and sound but complicated puzzle. Goodluck.
White mates in 2
Did you mean to put the solution in the diagram?
Just click solution, then right.
Yes, I put this as a puzzle where all the pieces moved because this position has already been discussed in another thread. Of course I need to post it again as my 52nd puzzle to complete my submissions. Anyway, thanks for visiting this thread.
You are correct Scottrf. Easy. But I like the pretty variation ...Qh1+ 2. Bxh1# and ...Qg2+ 2. Bxg2#.
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