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Interesting puzzle. Poor king, left so alone...
First ? Last ? Who cares! :)
woot! first time on first page i think! eight place i think!!! wow that king is taking a REALLY long walk
Black was threatening checkmate throughout this problem. For white, it's a mattter of distinguishing moves that work and moves that don't.
I wonder how you end up with a king that far with that many pieces. Good puzzle though
a bit late, but nice puzzle
Nothing is better than pulling the king into your playing field.
Good puzzle; good day.
Good puzzle Good Friday
Wow first page AGAIN
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