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So close to first page D:
Pretty easy for a non-sunday though
Not bad,it was easy to see the N would protect Q,when black's only move against Qa8+ was to block with Rf8,now Qxf8#,thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's,hopefully a little harder tomorrow!!!
not much to be puzzled about
nice and was good...
well done peacerequiresanarchy
He he he he solved so soon :) :)
Love the mate by moving the king clear - quality
A great win by Carlsen against Anand at Bilbao Masters 2012:
Is it still Sunday ?
Here's a more difficult one I found in Tactics Trainer ...
Black to move & mate in 4
PUZZAL OF THE DAY-----SOLUTION----1.RF8 AND 2.Qxf8
To those who posted alternative puzzles, thank you very much! The Lasker vs Thomas one was great.
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Time Control Changes?
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Hilarious game between two titled players
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