1/2/2011 - Direct Route

  • #141
    thenaturalist wrote:

    Chuck Norris could probably do this better! 


    Chuck Norris promotes his pawns on the first move.

    Chuck Norris has two kings.

    Chuck Norris' queen can move like a knight.

    Chuck Norris' bishops pray for mercy.

    Chuck Norris' knights can move like a queen.

    Chuck Norris' rooks are impenetrable fortresses of terror, and literally do roundhouse kicks.

    Seriously, I just had a situation on a vertical line similar to this.  I'm teaching a noob and she fell for my bait.  She took her knight off the vertical and I swooped in for a 9-move win.  It's a good lesson for beginners, so don't get too annoyed with the Sunday puzz.  We all had to start somewhere.  Now if I can just get my head around Chess 960! 

  • #142

    extremely lamoe!!!!!

  • #143

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    Agh! Help! I'm dieing because it's too eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasssssssssssssssssssssssssyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!

  • #144

    yup its a sunday

  • #145

    yup its a sunday

  • #146

    that one.  easy sunday

  • #147

  • #148

    WAY too hard!  Let's try to have puzzles that non-masters can solve please Sealed

  • #149
  • #150

    omg

  • #151

    I don't get it

  • #152

    Much better than yesterday's puzzle!

  • #153

    Happy new year, all world

  • #154

    hmm, what if the white queen is on d2, and the knight on b3 is on a2 ... makes the problem a little more interesting

  • #155

    ok

  • #156

    okkkk

  • #157

    it sucks

  • #158

    where's the puzzle?

  • #159

    That was way to easy.

  • #160

    NICE

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