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They changed the puzzle?? It's a two-mover as opposed to the mate in 5 they made us play out earlier. I suppose they read the comment about the fact that there was no unique solution after move 3.
Bobby Fisher often demonstrated excellent tactics with the 8th rank and king rook file. I have solved this puzzle.
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nah Kasparav is the best nor bobby he is crazy
Kasparov had the help of (growing strong computers and ChessBase). Fischer was a genius (of Chess). Of course Bobby had weaknesses, but Kasparov was/is only jealous of Bobby's successes. (Only Robert Hübner's analyses make clear where the truth lies ...)
easy peazy lemon greacy ! yeah !
1.Rh1 is good too
1.Rh1 is good too
1...Rh4 defends against it.
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