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Pretty sure I saw this one a few days ago. I think it was around 9 days ago... except it just had two pawns facing each other on the side, not a bishop and two pawns.
just brilliant demonstration of knight promotion!!! amazing!
This puzzle is really nice! From a possible defeat, White was able to turn the odds!
The problem was already (recently) posted here
very nice one
that was creative
this puzzle has been shown before
Considering that this puzzle was here about 2 weeks ago, I think there should be a little more consideration into what goes into these puzzles.
same old knight promotions
0-2224 in less than three years
by Scottrf a few minutes ago
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The bad thing about chess is its fixed starting position.
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Thursday at Attica
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How to analyze a game in play in Fritz 13/14
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To Mr X
by olichris 16 minutes ago
12/6/2013 - Mate in 8
by mastergame605 17 minutes ago
What makes c4 and c5 good??
by Spiffe 21 minutes ago
How many knight + bishop endgame mates have actually happened in your games ?
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When is it too late to become "Great"?
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