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really? make some hard ones
Not as easy as it looks looks can be deceiving...
What about 1. Bf5, Bxf5 2. Kxf5... Black is sure to lose, yes?
to be honest... i just though of the most stupid moves i could make.. and it happened to be right....
Excelent puzzle its easy!!!!
Not as straight forward as it first appears.
Nah this is dumb. If Black had played 2... Bxd3 white's strategy would have gone to pieces. They will the hanging rook piece which is the biggest threat to a mate and pin down the knight, giving them sufficient time to promote a pawn
Why not F3 H3??
It forces H2-H3...then E5-F3 mate
nezhmetdinov is awesome
excellent&tricky puzzle!! MEOW!!!
Except that White checkmates next move with Nf3.
My first move was Rc3. Why is this not acceptable?
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