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Yeah, it was pretty easy :P
rook d6 then d7 , that would be mate too right?
No, because the king can just move back to f6.
I thought same thing but black K can escape back to f6,which was covered by e5 in solution,even posted it,opp's,we both saw something that wasn't there
Solved it first try--but the quoted comments show it was not so "easy".
Yep. Easy one :)
this is reallly easy. mostly everyone who can play chess can do this puzzle. in my opinion sunday puzzle should be the hardest cos thats the end of a week and monday the easiest maybe and so on.
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