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I was doing the puzzel and i got it in 5 sekens i think it was easy TO!!!!!!!!!!!
nice. thanks :) many ways to mate here.
yay i came bake today and THE PUZZEL WAS THE SAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The smothered mate works too, but it takes 5 moves.
The extra move is worth it! Just to show off
Easy and Nice ...
If Black does not capture Nh5 then too he losses but does not get mate
Okay, I have no problem
Funny, built like a smothered but ends in a backrank.Thank you for sharing this puzzle
That puzzle was actually a great game between 2 World Champions
well thats cool. which ones, do you know?
Why do people still solve and comment on old puzzles??
pot meet kettle
Why did Bobby Fischer stopped playing chess
by EFV1728 a few minutes ago
Best excuse for losing
by ChessFail10000 4 minutes ago
Russian Mystery Set
by rcmacmillan 7 minutes ago
what should i play after 1.e4 , but not the sicillian. i hate the sicilllian.
by GST22 10 minutes ago
Bobby Fischer: Lost Virginity at 19?
by leklerk1 10 minutes ago
POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE.
by GodsPawn2016 10 minutes ago
go back to the game from chat window on Android
by Martin_Stahl 12 minutes ago
A not so huge upset, but still an upset win for black
by notmtwain 13 minutes ago
What chessboard are you looking for?
by wiscmike 13 minutes ago
by Martin_Stahl 13 minutes ago
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