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it is very easy..........
How did black's pawn get all the way to b2 but he hasn't developed most of his pieces? Tisk tisk. :)
Keep in mind this is a puzzle, not a real game. Just as crosswords aren't novels.
A good puzzle with a fundamental concept for my sons.
easy !! need some for the new guys!
I got those back rank blues.
It was really easy, but also interesting one.
What's easier than easy?
any particular reason for boring sunday puzzles???
All the challenge of fishing in the fish market.
easy easy and easy
4/16/2014 - Mate in 3
by FrancisCake a few minutes ago
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by 913Glorax12 3 minutes ago
HURT HEAL openings 2
by MisterNails 4 minutes ago
Losing in Chess gives more pain than losing in any other sport.
by ilikecapablanca 4 minutes ago
Statistical Analysis of a Bullet Player
by PDubya 9 minutes ago
Missing Checkmate and losing
Carlsen and the quest for 2900
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by JamesColeman 11 minutes ago
will online eventually replace OTB?
by KRAPARSOV 12 minutes ago
When / how was chess first "solved" by a software program?
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