BLACK: K-e7; Pawn: e-6; N-e4; WHITE: K-e2; Pawn: c2, f7; B-e5; White to move. What is its best move given...margal
BLACK: K-e7; Pawn: e-6; N-e4; WHITE: K-e2; Pawn: c2, f7; B-e5; White to move. What is its best move given that it must capture the black knight in three moves or less? You also have to think of black's response to white's first move and figure out the best first move. Note also that it is not in black's interest to move its king away from the white pawn in f7 and allow that pawn to turn into a queen!
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