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P.S. Black is going up ^^_
Thank you. Good puzzle
i am not sure its the best way to win for black, but nice one.
it is customary that black is going down, not up
thanks for the basic
good endgame puzzle
its a nice puzzle i liked the way in the end by which black gets a queen
It's too easy and the board is upside down. Show up the coordinates
thanks for providing a workaround for the broken daily puzzle, chess.com.
i believe there are other solutions that are as good or maybe even stronger
I've seen that puzz before, not long ago
That is the nicest way, but maybe not the fastest.
I did this to HELP chess.com. I am not their staff or anything. But it would be nice... Hm...
well another alternative for unsure win (to gurtatas)
Imagine if black was going down
Are 1.d4? or 1.c4? questionable
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i bet people with membership have lower ratings than people who don't
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Do certain openings make you feel slightly insulted and angry?
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