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Chesnoob and forkman please open you eyes next time when you like in a chess puzzle book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
but is itn't smothered mate......instead of that long process
yeah it smothered mate
it would be easier to move the knight
this is too mate
3...d6 is fine for black.
no doubt knt f5 tod6 is smothered mate
forkman, i don't get this. couldn't the white knight on f5 go to d6 & finish this in 1 move?
sounds good, might try that sometimes
how do u insert a chess thingi though...
not sure how to...
i got a vague idea though...
ok, never mind...
just tell me how the !@#$%^&*( do u do that...
Not a mate in 1:
i couldn't move the pieces in ur puzzle, miyagi
how mightily puzzling...<snigger> XD
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What would you recommend White should do after 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 f6 3.Nxe5 Qe7
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