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no way. Is this real?
It is positional .
I was so focused on the queen that I didn't notice that I didn't see the last move.
This puzzle blows me away! Had to look at it a couple of times
first page, awesome puzzle!
Huh. That was certainly not what I was expecting.
At first I thought the goal was queen but it turned out to be a way of simplification.
can somebody provide an analysis ?
I really need it
why didn't he rook take bishop
Except why wouldn't black have taken the undefended bishop?
Does learning the Dutch Defense mean you also learn Bird's Opening?
by Fixing_A_Hole a few minutes ago
Why is it so hard to buy a properly sized chess set and board?
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Porn removal from discussion thread
by RonaldJosephCote 4 minutes ago
what to do about opponents like this
by kaynight 5 minutes ago
How Lonnnnnnnng Untilllllllll V3???
by LongIslandMark 6 minutes ago
Replies to 1.d4
by dortam888 8 minutes ago
keeping king on top
by Mersaphe 11 minutes ago
My standard rating only went up 200 points instead of 400?????
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Italian game 3...h6
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Bullet, blitz, standard - time control rules
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