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Here is a problem that I enjoyed a lot from Reinfeld's '1001 Brilliant Ways to Checkmate'...had to share it! Hope you like!
Nice. The ending was familiar to me from TT. Didn't take long to solve.
There is no need to take the rook first.... It's mate in 5
No, taking the rook is necessary because it's pinning your pieces to the king.
Nice mate man.
Except you end up losing after 3. Na6+ Kc8
Right; with the rook on e8, the threat of Qc7# is impossible. Glad you enjoyed it!
by Tunguska678 a few minutes ago
NEED PGN VIEWAR WIT SOUND PLS...
by ticcherr a few minutes ago
by dennyhan a few minutes ago
How can I freeze the game and make sure I win all the time ?
by qingnian 2 minutes ago
How come chinese people dont dominate in chess?
by MrDamonSmith 5 minutes ago
Colour changes 3 minutes into game
by knightdoug 6 minutes ago
World Rapid Chess Championship, Disneyland Paris, 1998
by RomyGer 8 minutes ago
1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Qxd5 3.Nc3 Qd6 4.Nb5
by stalematingintellect 9 minutes ago
Funny game with an amazing blunder
by warrior2000 10 minutes ago
Carlsen vs karjakin
by MrDamonSmith 12 minutes ago
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