I had the choice between a Black - Best Move puzzle and a Gaelet puzzle. I decided to go with the Gaelet this week because it has been so long since I've done one.
The reason I haven't posted one in a while is because they are harder (in my opinion) to find and make into puzzles than Tinue board states. I don't feel like it is a worthwhile Gaelet puzzle unless the side that you are playing is behind on flats and only 1 or 2 branches allow you to win, assuming, just as in a Tinue puzzle, that your opponent makes the optimal response to each of your moves.
For those of you unfamiliar with the term, a Gaelet is an unavoidable flat win. Here is a link to a more in depth explanation.
Please form your answer with PTN or a link to your solution via ptn.ninja. Also, be sure to use the spoiler tag so as not to ruin it for later puzzle solvers.
UPDATE: Reddit has updated and the newer version does not recognize the older spoiler tag - " [spoiler text](/spoiler) ". The new version has it's own spoiler tag " >! spoiler text !< ". Unfortunately, the new spoiler tag does not work on the old Reddit. So, for the time being, since we have community members using both new and old Reddit, both tags need to be used. I found a way to nest these spoiler tags:
>! [spoiler text](/spoiler) !<
Ex: >![35. a3> 3b2+](/spoiler)!<
I know it's a bit of a pain, but eventually, we should be able to switch over to the new tag only.
Without further ado...