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have to sac the queen else the mate is not forced
made one wrong move !
First, and superrrr easy. (Go Zimbabwe!!!)
I have to call bull-honky on the Queen sac this time. As long as the Rook counterattacks by capturing whatever takes the (black) Bishop, keep the Queen and just use your Bishop. It ends the same way!
lol @ comments today
Easy one, i solved it very quickly !
It was not actually a mate in 3 .
Puzzles are easy, love is complex... lol
Even easy for me.
Very interesting! Easy.
ALthough similar, I foresaw at least two other mates in three moves and another one in two, had black played recklessly.
I would say easy, but unrequieted love never is, ah, the puzzle, puzzle was easy. Can not wiat tomorrow's puzzle and the new sopoa opera developing, better than the overused: First.
What do you feel about players that do perpetual checks when they are losing?
by ThrillerFan a few minutes ago
by CyberSensei 6 minutes ago
by evasionator 6 minutes ago
Who do YOU THINK the SEXIEST PLAYER of all history?
by Fixing_A_Hole 7 minutes ago
So close to NM
by SocialPanda 8 minutes ago
I like doing this. Is it a known opening?
by ThrillerFan 10 minutes ago
by KRAPARSOV 13 minutes ago
Openings that lead to quick endgames
by ThrillerFan 15 minutes ago
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