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Nice criss-cross by the Bishops, it was the objective all along.
What kills me, is not only did we have to start off sacrificing our Queen, we are forced (because of the imminent Mate by Black) to completely skip the opportunity to capture the Black Queen with our Knight. Talk about rubbing our faces in it.
the queen sac
Just figure out which pieces to divert.....
Good, but I didn't get it first time...need more tactics training..
it is okay
nice !! :D
I wish all the Queen sacs were pennies. I'd be rich. But nice puzzle.
what a waste of time.........
hey chess whats up. im on the first page and stuff.
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9/3/2015 - Keres - Petrosian
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