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That is irrelevant.
What is a nice one?
I can't help but wonder if black had a better 1st move.
What is black?
tactical brilliancy on the move. nice.
4. Rh6 is equally good
Good is equal to what?
The noose just kept getting tighter
What rope are you referring to?
I don't think I understnd that one.
What is ok ok?
nice, this is a good one.
1 B1d1... Bg62 R4g2 R4xg63... Kh44. Rxh7#
What is a good one?
What is great?
What does that mean?
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what the #$%^was he playing and how did he win?
by TheGreatOogieBoogie a few minutes ago
12/6/2013 - Mate in 8
by ssthefuturegm a few minutes ago
Should a 1300 player play and study the Smith-Morra Gambit?
by Yaroslavl a few minutes ago
Alekhine's Defense Brilliancy - destroyed a guy in only 7 moves :O
by pfren 2 minutes ago
Chess Is Garbage, Here Are My Own Openings
by MoonSnow 10 minutes ago
cant unusual openings be used to fox stronger opponents more often than not?
by TheGreatOogieBoogie 10 minutes ago
Searching someone for play long standard games
by tfulk 12 minutes ago
what is this whole "carlsen plays like a computer" nonsense
by WeisseSchachlade 12 minutes ago
How many knight + bishop endgame mates have actually happened in your games ?
by RustInTime 13 minutes ago
English - Trouble with e5
by TheGreatOogieBoogie 16 minutes ago
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