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Not as easy as other mate in 2s. Good.
May be a good puzzle but I solved it in first chance. The title mate in two is correct.
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I don't understand how I solve these puzzles with ease and play so awful !
this's a great example illustrates (Decoy Tactic)
Got It !!!
Because here you know that a mate in two is possible. In a real game, noone will tell you that.
Why am I never in this situation in a real game ?
Much harder (for me) than several recent weekdaypuzzles.
Does the block-function also include forum threads?
by Stigmatisert a few minutes ago
From a real game: What is Black's best move
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Can someone talk to my cat and tell him to stop scratching the furniture?
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Shredder12UCI: left thinking for 9 hours after 1.e4 gave a sequence. Interested?
by Stigmatisert 5 minutes ago
We need more amateurs to post their annotated games.
by Bill_C 5 minutes ago
your opinion about the colle system?
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5,000 Signs You Don't Know Enough About Chess
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Chess coordinate system difficulties
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What happened to the fun???
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