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A slick sidestep by white king avoids entanglement with blacks rooks.
now I know why its hard to be first
It's fun being on the first page and also extremely difficult
so meek.... first page... or am i 2nd page by the time i finish my stupid comment??
Well that was a cool puzzle
@prismwinter - It's actually pretty easy to be In the first page, all you have to do Is Install a RSS feeder reader that updates every second and notificates you when a new puzzle Is on.
solved it ! #wow first page first time :D
Clever first move. Had me stumped.
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how should I start the game?
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Anyone know what this opening is called?
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#2 is Anand now!
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