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I don't call problems easy, but PG4 is the only way to prevent mate - so in this case I can finally say so, for the first time ever :-)
This puzzle was so easy for me!
I would have been checkmated were it not for the title.
easier than I thought
well, it fits its name: defending!
Always defense first. Never tunnel vision on offense.
Cool :) !
I would definitely promote to queen if there were no "Defending" sign! :)
How I do it...
u would be mated w/ rh1
done in two
something of different test
Not sure I understand how this was a better move than promoting first... Oh, after reading the comments right before mine, I now see how that would be a bad move to promote first.
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