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Easy puzzle hehehe
Easy, as usual in Sunday
Enjoy your Sunday..........
Liked this one, I could solve it
Lame puzzel Black coud win just buy taking the pawn space guarded by knight mate no block can't move. real lame puzzel!
A fine puzzle. Thanks.
Why wouldn't the black king or rook take the white bishop?
Because then the support for the queen's checkmate in h7 would be the rook.
Thanks for the lesson!
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