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i dont think either one is solvable
No idea..., is this some retrograde thing?
I know that omglolbbqpizza likes posting puzzles with illegal solutions, so the second one is 1. d8=Black Pawn stalemate. i cant figure out the first one.
EDIT: of course the black pawn can move after 1.d8=Black Pawn! therefore I do not know the solution.
in that case the solution to the second one is probably: 1.d8=black king?and in the first puzzle: white king
How about another king?
how about = white king and = black king? That does the trick.
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