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UMmmmmm???? Not that long.
r+(q.can block-rxq mate) or K. can move ,g7-and rg8 mate
Hey! I have solved the puzzle too!
Hey! There is mate!
nice and cute
This is a drawn position, cheetahch & not a win for White - the moves should be ...
is it really sunday?
I bet that Queen was surprised. That is really thinking ahead for me. Personally, I am lucky to be one move ahead, let alone something like this. Something for me to aspire to.
A challenging puzzle on a Sunday? No Queens to sacrifice? I must be in an alternate reality.
No mate this time...good puzzle.
game is a legal draw ...k.h5,k.h8, a check forces a draw at g8
Dear Lord, it was black to move!!!
Wow. This is so easy that its ridiculous.
11/24/2014 - Captured
by lonny447 a few minutes ago
why most of chess players are fond of cheating against their opponent
by A_L_I_V_E a few minutes ago
why does a world chess championship skip years? the next one is 2016.
by allthegoodnamestaken 3 minutes ago
Very intsructive tactic
by slightlybalding 8 minutes ago
Admins: Porn troll alert - ban them!
by DrSpudnik 9 minutes ago
Beating Play Magnus, just under age 10
by solskytz 12 minutes ago
Kings Gambit: Theory
by jetfighter13 12 minutes ago
Is this draw
by slightlybalding 16 minutes ago
Opponent abandoned game; I lose?
by slightlybalding 17 minutes ago
by BarathRamanarayanan 34 minutes ago
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