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An easy five mover mate but instructive mate and beautiful.
A mad black queen to F6 doesnt prevent mate in 5 either
Just wondering why the black bishop would move there in the first place?
It is just a free piece...
lol, what good alternative does black have other than to resign or prolong the inevitable checkmate in the face of certain defeat? Resignation is the alternative. A puzzle that makes perfect and absolute sense. If black is to follow through to whites mate. Very simple
Screw the rook!
ann't make any sence for a famer like me!
Daily Puzzle board should be called 'Gulliver'. Big one click, small the next.
Was that a deliberate sacrifice? To threaten the queen?
don't study openings until level 2000?
by TheBlunderfulPlayer 2 minutes ago
Seirawan Chess On Chess.com?
by richie_and_oprah 9 minutes ago
Why I've Started Playing Mostly Here On Chess.com
by hhnngg1 12 minutes ago
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by Glyutri 13 minutes ago
Hopefully fairly smooth win vs. higher rated opponent
by TheBlunderfulPlayer 18 minutes ago
Millionaire Chess 2!!
by uscftigerprowl 20 minutes ago
Get This Game Off Of My Profile, Please
by Warbringer33 20 minutes ago
Finally a blunder-free game?
by Whip_It_Good 20 minutes ago
Make the move! (New game!)
by TheBlunderfulPlayer 22 minutes ago
10/13/2015 - Removing The Defense
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