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Problem ID: 0185746
easy:)Just take the white knight+white bishop is trapped. The pass rate shouldn't be 60% below
I guess a lot a people don't see the Bishop defender and capture with the King or Queen
Spent 54 seconds looking for a mate that wasn't there.
What?! I spent 72 seconds!!
I just didn't observe what the Knight captured on the first move so I spent more than three quarters of the time on a mate that never was.
I had the same problem as StrategicPlay.
Nf3+ looked like a promising try.
54? i spent 56 seconds assuming something deeper...then when i decided there wasn't anyway to gain something..i just did the first thing that popped into my head. i ate the rook with my bishop...THEN i realized it was also trapped too :p
how come it's rated so high ?!
Because many of us are looking for a tactical attack to the WH king,before thinking about capturing the knight.I spent all my time trying to find if there is an attacking combination,but when I decided that there isn't and captured the knight I lost 10 points.
I spent 20 seconds trying to find a checkmate, until I realized that I can take the knight for free...oh dear...
ppl probably don't see the bishop.
i thought im here to do tactics not eye examination
the pass rate might be so low because people are looking for something more complex.
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