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if i'm played black, i can win this endgame!
My endgames definitely need some work!
hmm missed move 4
where' s everybody?
Thought so too.
I like it
Wow nice puzzle.
hm can someone explain me how we're supposed to guess the right moves if they are not forced? i mean looks like to me that both players could do pretty much anything they wanted instead of those moves. thanks
Quite difficult in areas but interesting too.
why was white bishop not captured?
I thought it would be better to move the king 1st, I was wrong, I don't have time to fully research it 'cos I'm going out for dinner, sorry
Quite tricky at times but instructive !
nothing is possible...
Whoever thought this out! Brill!
good one indeed.
this one was difficult
why e4 is better than d4.
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London Chess Classic - Super 16 Rapid 2013
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Can't explore a particular game!
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