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Very nice! Better then the other daily puzzles.
Loved the puzzle, including Preachingforjesus' bit.
Not too hard. I think I'm improving!
just a few thoughts on 1. ... Qg4
1... Qg4. 2.(Qe7 Qd1+ 3.Kh2 Qh5 4.Nf6 Kg7 5. Rh5 wins)
to easy, when will this puzzles become a challenge???
its not a forced mate but you win eventually
Rather easy, although has practical applications in common chess scenarios.
nice and easy
Nice!! Got it ,amazingly enough...
nice comment from preaching. White still ends up stong but positionally depleated
The same idea is on page 72 of Vukovic's Art of Attack in Chess.
they really need to make these longer ( but not as long as the one that took 39 moves )
So glad people seem to have stopped saying that...
Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?
by Ziryab a few minutes ago
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An opening which gave the 2000+ computer a run for it's money!
by Master_Valek a few minutes ago
Hi, I'm new and I need the next step
by Dischyzer 3 minutes ago
Blitz chess tournaments
by InoYamanaka 3 minutes ago
Put rotors on chess pieces and fly them around the board
by reflectivist 4 minutes ago
Have you ever played chess with a bad Headache or Migraine?
by InoYamanaka 8 minutes ago
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Is it possible that there are psychic chess masters
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