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Easy Breezie. I would like to clarify this problem to everyone. ............
I thought you said you read all the posts from beginning to end.
I think I like solving for Mate better.. Im Not a draw type player
Thanks for the lesson! A draw is worth 1/2 point! Better than no point at all.
I didn't get it right, but I can see the draw.
didnt read the title...was trying to find a way to mate...damn...
LOL... I did. It pays.
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bull shit.. what is the final .. who wins?
White should win this position easily.
Good puzzle, relatively difficult
A very difficult puzzle, i´m missed in second move
London Chess Classic - Super 16 Rapid 2013
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what the #$%^was he playing and how did he win?
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Chess Sacrifice. ...??
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Need help analysing :)
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why e4 is better than d4.
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