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This is a really nice puzzle I found in a chess book, just thought I'd share it. I wrestled with it for a while though (about 10 minutes, to be precise), now let's see how you get along!
Might be better to label this a mate in two
Hello... This is mate in 3 since after 1. Rf6! Black can defend with 1...Rf7 then White follows by 2. Qxf7+ Kh8 3. Qg7#.
11/24/2015 - In The Middle
by keb2012 3 minutes ago
Saving specific games
by AntonioVivaldiJr 5 minutes ago
does one need high iq to succeed in chess?
by Tom_Brady_SB49_Champ 7 minutes ago
by Lazlo_Soot 8 minutes ago
is this attack work against Sicilian defense
by Ziggy_Zugzwang 10 minutes ago
Is rote learning the only route to tactical superiority?
by Shadow_Bishop 10 minutes ago
MUST SEE EPIC WIN OF MINE WITH THE PHILIDOR!!!
by ThemajesticFalcon 10 minutes ago
Good opening to play against d4 Nf6 Nc3
by X_PLAYER_J_X 15 minutes ago
by Ziro_The_Gray 18 minutes ago
U2200 or U2000
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