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Run Bobby, run... good day.
5. hxg6+ Kh6 Rh8#? What's wrong with that?
easy puzzle again.
Bobby went crazy, stopped playing chess and is no longer with us.
Arthur is still playing every week (Metrowest chess club, Natick MA) and is still quite sane.
I think Arthur won the life contest.
whats up ... these things used to at least be challanging
Is this actually how the game played out? Hard to bellieve that a master would sac rooks just to make the inevitable a few moves further along.
No, the master would resign before, but that's still interesting to play the mate for a puzzle
I prefer 5. hxG6+
cool and nice
Two hearts beat as one
The first move is good, but the last moves are easy.
In fact that's exactly what he did, except in the real game Fischer played Black....
Awesome puzzle: took some thinking to solve it!!
Can someone explain this to me?
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Wooden Chess Sets in India
by 9kick9 6 minutes ago
Enabling Pre move option???
by Tactical_Battle 7 minutes ago
suggestions on a narrow repetoire for a 1300s or 1400s player
by malibumike 11 minutes ago
can I be an IM before i die?
by Dodger111 11 minutes ago
by Strange_Idiom 12 minutes ago
Ruy Lopez - Black
by Strange_Idiom 13 minutes ago
what is this whole "carlsen plays like a computer" nonsense
by Erikovitch 13 minutes ago
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