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Easy and straightforward puzzle :)
Nice puzzle :-P Got it the first time.
VERY GOOD !
Good one. And pretty easy too
At the risk of sounding repetitive: There should be loads of puzzles out there that don't involve queen sacrifices. Seriously, I don't even have to look for the first move anymore, saccing the queen is an automatic first move. Doesn't sound very much like chess to me?
Not bad :)
it was okay couldn't see always the repetition move at first
very beautiful puzzle, easy but mostly enjoyable :)
Magnus Carlsen dropped out of school in sixth grade?
by Addicted-to-Chess97 a few minutes ago
guys who don't know how to play 1) d4 but still play it.
by Ubik42 a few minutes ago
If you could combine two chess pieces powers what would the two pieces be???????
by Jaglavak 5 minutes ago
What's the catch?
by Addicted-to-Chess97 6 minutes ago
5/30/2013 - Imaginative Mating Idea
by jonate 7 minutes ago
Why is Caro-Kann so popular?
by NDsteve 10 minutes ago
Is it really a quick mate ?
by clunney 10 minutes ago
Another French Fry Please.
by clunney 11 minutes ago
what the #$%^was he playing and how did he win?
by Jaglavak 12 minutes ago
12/10/2013 - Easterwood-Williams 2004
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