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I was slightly surprised to find the solution to be all bishop moves...
All your first are belong to us.
yessir E boy
nice, first move was not trivial
try & error. :(
good one !
why take 4 for what yiu can do in 2
What's the point of such puzzles? I think anyone with minimal chess skill could beat a grandmaster playing white here (of course, in more moves). If a puzzle showed black forcing a stalemate or smth. from such a situation, that would be a nice one.
very nice it's the 1st time in the 1st page
You can't do it in 2 without black forcing stalemate
not an easy one like the last few. Thanks for the others ninjabear
what is this whole "carlsen plays like a computer" nonsense
by Scottrf a few minutes ago
12/5/2013 - Too Many Attackers, Too Little Defenders
by dufferps a few minutes ago
by melvinbluestone 3 minutes ago
Enabling Pre move option???
by plexinico 5 minutes ago
by SQUEAKERISCHESSKING 5 minutes ago
Can someone explain this to me?
by macer75 7 minutes ago
Anyone Played 1000 Games?
by RomyGer 8 minutes ago
by siavash1971 16 minutes ago
Wooden Chess Sets in India
by 9kick9 16 minutes ago
suggestions on a narrow repetoire for a 1300s or 1400s player
by malibumike 21 minutes ago
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