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Nice and not very easy, i just did it after 1 mistake.
I wich more problems like this...
Good day; bonne journée.
that puzzle was kind of easy...
Of course the 5 move smorther mate would be more pleasing......but in 4 what can u do?
had trouble with the first move....
......but the last three were easy
I went for the standard smothered mate in 5 moves as well. Shows you should never stop thinking
4 moves is just the shortest way, there are a few...
Everyone was expecting a Philodore. I actually have twice got a Philodore in an OTB tournament.
Cool :) !
that was fun
good puzzle. Wish to use it in a real match.
i thought of smothered mate
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