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José Raúl Capablanca announces MATE IN 3! Can you solve it?
1 Qg7+!! Rxg7 (1 ... Bxg7 2 hxg7#) 2 hxg7++ Kg8 3 Rh8#
Thank you for this fine warm up.
This one even I can handle!
easy!in fact mean !
i'm the last. yeah!!!
First! Very Easy!
1. h3 Kh4 2. Qg4#
Ha! Too easy!
That's an easy puzzle for a sunday...
the first move which came to my mind was 1.h4..though it was a mate in 4
1. h4 kxh4 (1....gxh4 2.Qf5#)
not so easy as usual
Another typical Sunday puzzle.
couldn't get any easier
White already had a giant advantage in material, so this is a nice puzzle, but not a fair position
easy as pie
makkelijk die mat in 2
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