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i appreciate reading certain comments. For example, "very easy ... took about 10 seconds on first try." These types of comments give me a chance to reflect on who i am. To be specific ... i'm glad i dont need to reassure my awesomeness by bragging on chess.com over some stupid daily puzzle.
that was tough.
Ridiculous, and I can't see this one benefitting me in any way.
Same here, these puzzles are unrealistic... Who thinks 7 moves ahead???
It's not so complicated to follow moves here, but too recognize position in game - for me impossibile :(
But what if 6. ... Kd6 ? Could he escape then? I think he can :)
good one! :D
impossible to scape ... very good :)
very good one! best in awhile
hard with a rich taste that the person who made this is probably very good
Could you not moveBishop(W) c-6 -> d-5King(B) f-7 -> g-8Queen(W) d-5 -> d-8 Check in 2?
Nice one! Pretty tough.
Tomorrow's is sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo easy!
Sacrificing the white-squared bishop was a very interesting move... yet it was necessary to force the mate. I like it!
That's not the only move black could make in response to Bishop(W) c6 to d5. Black would still be able to defend its king using his pieces.
this was a really hard. didn't realize that it was mate in 7. in real game I would settle for taking rook & mate later.
I think if you took the Rook (6. Qxa7) Black would respond 6. ... Qd1+ and force a perpetual check draw. No "mate later."
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