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The first to solve the puzzle is imporatnt.
I solved the puzzle first and got quote 4. lol
what is ur soln.
It must be mate in 3 and not 2.
simple and sweet
anyone else noticed that the web addres is mate in 22 :D
this one was easy
bit too easy that one...
easy yes. and nice to see less stupid comments abt first page!
Bd3+ leaves one escape square for black. Pretty easy to find a way to cut that escape square off before moving Bishop to d3 --and black can do nothing about it.
Nice puzzle for Tuesday, block the only excape square and then mate. Need more puzzles like this, not starting with check or a sacrifice. Page four again.
Show us the bodies- Make blocking public
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beccoming a staff member.
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The quest from 1,600 to 1,800 rating
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Seeking wise and somewhat knowledgeable friend(s)
by kleelof 6 minutes ago
This appears to be a unique chess set. Anyone seen this pattern before ?
by Franquis 11 minutes ago
Who is crazier, Nigel Short or Nigel Farage?
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4/24/2015 - Setting Them Up For Failure
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Good chess books with no chess in them?
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1000 point rating boost for april fool's day
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Missing a mate in 7 from one of my games
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