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Good puzzle, nice combination
A la primera.. gracias...
This is a good puzzle, but the starting position seems so unrealistic that it probably did come from a real game, ironically.
nice one and thanks to gutartas for his input and work on this puzzle..
If 1. Nd4+ Kf7 2. Be8+ Kf8 then 3. Ne6# immediately.
I had to use the help button for the first move. I really need more practice.
That was a tricky one. Still got it on the first try, tho.
Very Nice, After figuring out the first move it was Easy, but took me two tries to move the knight to find the right spot for him :)
nother brain teaser, thanks..
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why is ruy lopez considered the strongest
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Yet another victim of the French Advance!
by skotheim2 4 minutes ago
What is the worst first move for White? The UNBIASED thread, all trolls welcome
by Garrus_Vakarian 5 minutes ago
Michael Adams solved the French yesterday
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what can I do??
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Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?
by skotheim2 13 minutes ago
Your favourite opening?
by chessman1504 14 minutes ago
Am i a positional player
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