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That was cool!
more than likely I would have played Nxd6 and won the queen. Probably would be good enough but obviously not Mate-n-3.
Would these puzzles be better tests if you didnt already have the answer in the title?
no, ericthefish, then it would not be a "puzzle", just a chess/position/problem which you could solve in a variety of ways. This "puzzle"says, in effect: find mate in 3.
Yes sir ee Bob.
Clever in its simplicity.
Looking forward to 'abo_tamem_2012's' puzzle. I just wish that if he insists on us playing black, that we could perhaps be presented with the correct perspective. ie, turn the board around ! WITH RESPECT !
I love Play Chess
Piece of mind... or is it cake?
that was easy.
by Shamandalie1234 a few minutes ago
what tactic book help u get over that hump
by millionairesdaughter a few minutes ago
PGN to fen
by kco 5 minutes ago
Killed and don't know why.
by millionairesdaughter 5 minutes ago
Get stuck when all pieces are developed/
by JackOfAllHobbies 7 minutes ago
by Airut 8 minutes ago
What would be the rating of a top chess player in the late 1800s today
by yureesystem 9 minutes ago
Need a little help with an endgame!!
by boun68 10 minutes ago
3/3/2015 - Mate in 3
by G0GETTA 10 minutes ago
Estimate my rating based on 'play magnus' app
by Tom_Brady_SB49_Champ 12 minutes ago
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