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Problem 1Edit

1. White to move and win

Composed by Domenico Lorenzo Ponziani in 1769
Hint: You only need one pawn to win. Be careful not to stalemate Black!


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7                 7
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3                 3
2                 2
1                 1
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Problem 2Edit

2. White to move and win

Composed by Irving Chernev in 1961
Hint: Move the king first, then the pawn.



Solution: ______________________________________________

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