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very nice puzzle
Maybe black could claim draw - white has "insufficient winning material"
Not at all! As long as there is a theoretical possibility of a mate on the board any (FIDE-)arbiter will wait for his decision: "Continue the game!"
why doesnt blk move his p p -a4 in his third move? hence opening up his king and potencially getting another piece
The pawn is going in the other direction.
10th page! :DDD
very easy puzzle, it always is. every day, obviously
it's as pie--two pies for that matter, and in other words easier than the alphabet (abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxy&z, in case u didn't know!!!!!)
is this player better then Magnus
by dashkee94 a few minutes ago
12/5/2013 - Too Many Attackers, Too Little Defenders
by mastermind_3 6 minutes ago
a way to sign off for the night?
by AlCzervik 9 minutes ago
Winning coming from a pawn down Giri-Aronian
by LoekBergman 13 minutes ago
Anand: An Embarrassing Performance
by JTLindskogHageman 20 minutes ago
My luckiest game. And puzzle for you
by SomethingStranger 29 minutes ago
Subscribing a chess engine
by Permutohedron 35 minutes ago
25th official chess.com tournament
by kohai 39 minutes ago
Based on what basis the tournament creator can removed a player
by Blkau96 39 minutes ago
Drawing a 2700 GM...as black!
by GeorgeBlackChess123 39 minutes ago
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