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"duh! (went for that one too)" was wondering what move we went for
why didn't the blak queen take the white queen in the first?
then the next move would be Rxf8#.
Did you just come back and do like, every puzzle for the last month in one day? cause i keep getting comment alerts and they are all from you commenting on puzzles from a long time ago. lol.
Is english your first language ? If so you must be able to do better than that. If you don't speak like that to total strangers, why use it here !
Back to business - seemed like a standard formula until the third move then I got stuck for a while. Rxg6 was unexpected for me. So not bad.
Winning either way.
The black queen cant take e5 because if it does then rook goes to f8 and checkmates.
Major blunder, posted live!
by BronsteinPawn a few minutes ago
Why didn't Fischer play Karpov
by nosequemasleer 2 minutes ago
White to move and mate in 2 moves (XXII)
by n9531l 4 minutes ago
Opening against e4 as well d4?
by GodsPawn2016 10 minutes ago
10/27/2016 - Four Way Street
by PowerVic 12 minutes ago
by BronsteinPawn 15 minutes ago
if Fischer played in 75, could Kasparov have defeated him in 1984?
by BronsteinPawn 17 minutes ago
Fischer and the "Ka"s
by BronsteinPawn 18 minutes ago
Fischer vs Karpov
accept draw when opponent short on time?
by woton 19 minutes ago
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