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Two-movers for Solving, 23rd June 2013
Written by David Shire   

A. F. Mackenzie

Leeds Mercury Weekly Supplement, 1894-1895

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Mate in two (two tries)

White is to play and mate in two moves. Have a go at solving this first and then, when you are ready, click the button below to see the solution and a commentary explaining what the problem is all about.

Last Updated on Sunday, 23 June 2013 10:47
 
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