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Nice. The fourth move with the Knight was the toughest to find. I thought that a double-check would be the way to go.
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Quite the tricky puzzle.
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After several attempts I finally got there..............good puzzle.......
one of the best lately!
Hell no, this would've been a challange if time is running out!
Someone is expected to see that?
by Casual_Joe a few minutes ago
most obscure but awesome and useful opening
by DarthMusashi a few minutes ago
5,000 Signs You Don't Know Enough About Chess
by tliu1222 a few minutes ago
What happened to the fun???
by FelixPlatypus 3 minutes ago
which is better, kings gambit or polish opening??
by Hadron 3 minutes ago
by Irontiger 5 minutes ago
Choose: (1) ....0-0 or (2) ...Bxg2
by JamesColeman 5 minutes ago
Is it possible that there are psychic chess masters
by reflectivist 6 minutes ago
closing your account for cheating
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