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If you can not do this.You are a patzer. Your rating is 600 only. You will be considered stupid.
How interesting. Maybe you just haven't studied it recently. Very strong players struggle with this OTB.
I have mastered it after a lot of studies. I am now in a different class.
I can't even do the two bishop mate, let alone the two knight mate, and it has not cost me a single game.
try telling that to Anna Ushenina
LOL. A lifetime of playing and I have never used it in an actual game. The closest I've come is knowing someone who once saw someone use it in a tournament match last year or the year before.
Though I have been tempted to keep it polished and force it in a game where my opponent refuses to resign.
me sacaron de la zona de juego
by nemross a few minutes ago
Luck in Chess
by satanichess 6 minutes ago
by batgirl 9 minutes ago
Quick question (players rated above 2000)
by hayabusahayate16 12 minutes ago
If Fischer would played Karpov for the World Champion, who would win?
by JamieDelarosa 13 minutes ago
Is it possible that there are still good openings that remain unexplored?
by stuzzicadenti 25 minutes ago
What is the best move here? Where do I move knight?
by Bobby-J-Fischer 27 minutes ago
What to Study
by Robert0905 29 minutes ago
Faking a LOW rating to win !!
by slimcheffy 33 minutes ago
Thoughts on 1.Nc3
by Heathcliffe256 34 minutes ago
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