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Those are some NICE set guidelines...
okey let's enjoy the king with three Queens.
how can three checks at one time ? this position is not real.....
Thanks, without reading this I would have posted my ongoing game, asking for help!
Your grades are way above mine, but for what its worth you would not have lost had your pawns not impeded the mobility of your bishop. I don't know if keeping the rook on would have helped because white's rook was quite immobile just before you exchanged. Thanks for a very instructive game.
Very good guide, I'll make sure to keep this in mind
mate in 1
I'll never improve. Chess is not my thing.
i am unable to find how to post my games to post can any 1 plz help
mail me email@example.com or post here
or should i post PGN
PGN = a game, so yes, just post the PGN.
what is a chess engine?
thanks i'll takenote of that...
please help me solve this tricky little poser. really, i want mate in three but will settle for four moves. i am playing white. thank you
I don't even see how you could last two more moves!!!!!!!
Best move - resign.
3. Don't look at a chess engine for analysis until after you have analyzed the game with others at chess.com; the same goes for those reviewing.
Why? I always use chess engine when annotating or analyzing my games, it's very helpful. And I am not the only person who does this, a lot of strong players do this.
Well, I've been taught it's better to analyze first by yourself and ask for human feedback from stronger players because it helps the learning process.
Engines are better at finding the strong moves, but human players are better at detecting the patterns behind your mistakes.
You can always run a chess engine afterwards.
Of course, these are only guidelines, and you don't have to stick by them.
please help me solve this tricky little poser. really, i want mate in three but will settle for four moves. i am playing white. thank
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