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This was actually the first position I punched in on Nalimov just now...and it turned out to be unique! lol
White's first move took me 3 tries. The 3rd move was easy. The second move ..... it hurt my brain.... for a very, very long time.......
I missed it. Not too surprising.
Well the third move was easy!
Incredible! Nalimov rules! :)
I found it hard.Very!!
Middle bit's hard! :)
Call me crazy, but I don't understand "puzzles" like this. White is going to win. Black should have probably already resigned.
Whether it's 3,4, or 6 moves, a win is a win.
Yes, it was rude of Black to not resign. White should have forfeited (simply to teach his opponent some manners).
White to play and draw
which way is white going?
Yes, this is the chess.com compromise.
As per normal convention, a1 is bottom left, white moving up
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