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get ready! less than one hour.BAM! WAM! DAM!
ATOMIC watch.....i'm going to smash it with my sledge hammer.
Bobcat, he's not answering. I think he hung himself from his heliocopter.
What happens after 1) Kf3....1) f5? pxp en pasant seems to fail to Kxp, Black passed A pawn should be enoguh to hold! if pxp Kxp and black is better and should be winning!
With respect, you've got a 1655 rating - work it out for yourself !
Come on Brian, be nice. Nobody should ever feel the need to hesitate to ask a question that has not been clearly answered in the prior comments, regardless of their rating.
Fair comment Bryan, I was a tad harsh.
I met a girl that said "Is he ever hung."
Was she talking about your horse?
lol nice dragon
I solve it on my first try, do I get a free membership?
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