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Easy one, but pawn promotion to knight is a great idea
page 2 :)
uh...as long as there is no stalemate
such an easy one...
It was a clever puzzle, as the knight promoton did give the quickest mate. These are just a few mate in 3 alternative lines.
I thought I was stupid, but it was just whoever made the puzzle.
Nothing wrong with Qb5 forced move Ka8
pawn d8 promotion Queen checkmate!
Nice one. Better than yesterday:)
2... Ka7 works
under promotion for quick mate...
Did not realize to promote d8 to N,so you would not stalemate.Then Qb7#.Tricky puzzle.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's
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