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I won't be shocked at all that this is easier than I thought
how does the bishop get in that position without having been taken earlier?
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Wow. Took me entirely too long to see the pin on g7 allowing Qh6. Perhaps I'm not the only one and that is the reason for the puzzle title?
I believe this puzzle is meant to take the fear of losing your queen away.
This is too simple.
Basically the king is pinned and the queen can force a checkmate.
easy and it's not even sunday
Nice easy puzzle, but having been in Black's shoes a few times, I hate games like this!
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by ujifseven 3 minutes ago
Fact: Carlsen will be historically mediocre
by brankz 7 minutes ago
12/6/2013 - Mate in 8
by deepak64 9 minutes ago
cant unusual openings be used to fox stronger opponents more often than not?
by RustInTime 13 minutes ago
what the #$%^was he playing and how did he win?
by 42FlamingZombies 13 minutes ago
How is this draw by insufficient material? I should have won on time
by Lisztae 14 minutes ago
what is this whole "carlsen plays like a computer" nonsense
by brankz 18 minutes ago
12/5/2013 - Too Many Attackers, Too Little Defenders
by hafiznabolsi 19 minutes ago
Carlsen is mediocre - my analyses
by badger_song 24 minutes ago
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