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Getting back after an interesting day in the office, relaxed with some chess mentor work. Last one I did was a bit of an unexpected touch with history: "This is a position from a game played at Krakow, Poland in 1947 between W. Zartobliwy and Karol Wojtyla. Mr. Wojtyla has the black pieces and it is his move. || White has a very strong threat. Do you see it? It's Black's turn to move, so he has the opportunity to come first." I worked out the winning move that the futue John-Paul II used...
Managed to finish a couple of games while at the office.