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i have several ideas but this is also good
Winning in the name of... forced #2. Good day; bonne journée.
sooooooo easy its not even funny lol
easy but nice
Very nice puzzle.
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Easy Easy Easy! Black is helpless and probably should resign after the first move.
The puzzle was relatively easy, no real thinking invovled.
"All in the Name of Winning"? That's the title? Seriously? Chess.com is becoming poetic. Stay tuned for tomorrow when we get to solve "Black versus White: irreconcilable differences".
Soviet Cheating in FIDE Competition: Keres-Botvinnik, 1948, Pt 3
by JamieDelarosa a few minutes ago
Better days than others.
by mackytom a few minutes ago
10/4/2015 - Forced Mate
by SuhaniHKG 4 minutes ago
French, advance, Euwe variation Nh6
by Tobiashermansen 5 minutes ago
The Kings Indian Defense - ANALYSISCEPTION
by timalick 9 minutes ago
No computer can solve this mate in 1!!
by BirdBrain 11 minutes ago
Soviet Cheating in FIDE Competition: Keres-Botvinnik, 1948, Pt 2
by Marignon 16 minutes ago
1948 in someone's handle: D.O.B. or ELO?
by notmtwain 19 minutes ago
WHAT HAPPENED TO ELOBISPO???
by Pulpofeira 22 minutes ago
Examples of Soviet cheating in FIDE competition: Petrosian-Korchnoi match, 1971
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