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That pin on g7 just about shouts at you. It was the first thing I looked at and then you see that the queen can check and so it was very easy.
Very easy. Example of the use of a pin!
I think the titles should always be something like this...When the puzzle says "mate in 2" then i only look for the mate in 2
easy got it first try
hrmmm... it's a puzzle so of course there's a solution but it's good to look at what's going on across the board... i just found the easy mate but i appreciate dufferps analysis
Is today sunday? :)
Taking advantage of the pin.....
take advantage from Bishop on that pawn... =D
WhoooHoo, they just keep getting easier as the week goes on. This is great.
10/27/2016 - Backed In
by macer75 8 minutes ago
Why didn't Fischer play Karpov
by wiscmike 9 minutes ago
Opening against e4 as well d4?
by jake_allstar1 13 minutes ago
How long does it take to be a 2000 rate player?
by Vanitn1213 16 minutes ago
Fair Play Policy
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Question on types of rapid play
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The difference between CPUs when analyzing chess games
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Someone challenge me
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The Einstein-Rosen spot (II)
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8/19/2007 - Better Late Than Never :)
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