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this isnt a puzzle...hope it was a joke!
This is so easy that i do not even
bother myself to solv it.
That was the most spectacular puzzle I've seen in my life!!! Who would've guessed sacrificing the queen!!! (lol)
I don't get it. Why not this much better alternative...
Whats the catch?
Simple no brain er.
Hey, it's a puzzle you can learn from, and apply in games. It doesn't matter if it's easy, it helps, and that's what matters.
Sunday puzzle Thanks.
Yes very easy but nice as a reminder and for beginners.. since there are only experts registered here! The mix is good!
i know its sunday but still. really? eAsYcHeEsE
not basic, more like do it with your eyes closed and no hands!
haha i got it on my first try :)
KG accepted question
by ponz111 2 minutes ago
Can somebody help me analyze this pawn structure?
by Diakonia 4 minutes ago
What is the best defense for the english opening.
by Charetter115 7 minutes ago
7/5/2015 - Lasker - Alekhine, London 1913
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first to finish gets a trophy
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How to exploit a very slight space advantage
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strength attainable without theory
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Why do Sicilian players hate 2.c3?
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A quick analysis anyone?
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an italian repertoire for players under 1200
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