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nice . second
Easiest mate in 6 I've ever seen.
nice at the end...
Solved easy but nice ^^
Pretty easy but nice.
Basic pattern, pretty easy
This is a common ending pattern
philidor combination as old as dirt on earth lol
Can someone tell me why this puzzle is mate in 6? When I looked at it I saw this variation. Looks like black can last 7 moves.
this isnt a mate in 6
The first move was very hard to find and the rest was easy. The same old smothered mate.
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