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I'm definitely better on Sundays.
Easy, mate in 2.
Easy, even for a beginner like me...
what is this?
I'm Sunday good.
When I first tried this one, the computer had loaded everything but the black pawns. This made the puzzle much harder.
nice and tight
Thank you dailypuzzle. Nice work!
come on harder ones dude sunday is a normal day much harder pls
AT first I thought sacrafic my Queen then I saw it attack with the rook!
Thanks Matthew8 great puzzle and congrats your victory!
would this be classified as a smother mate!
very very hard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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