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So easy, got it first go in under 10 seconds
easy peasy lemon squeezy
Completed without error. :-)
2 Qf3+ Ke6 then ??
Prativa's puzzle contains several errors. The big one that I see is that after 2.Qf3, black plays Be4 which leads to Qxf3#. The other big one is that white plays Qh5+ which allows Bf5. White's best move is to return the Queen to f3 but instead plays 4.c4+, which allows black to play Ke6 or Kc6 which gets the black king out of any mating threats in the foreseeable future. I would say that Prativa's puzzle is a study of errors.
Easy but cool
Hi! Pies'n'Guys In Blue Skies! Nice, but Very Easy. Today Must Be Monday
Lol about the problem
I expected harder. Fun anyway. :)
It's not accurate,it's not forced.If after c4,black plays Kd4 there are several options ahead.
If Kd4 the Qe3#. Still mate in 2.
Nice and easy.
its more calculative than Sunday one!
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