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1/2/2012 - Mate in 3

  • #141

    easy

  • #142

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  • #143

    easy one

  • #144

    gives us something that is really challenging. id like to see that

  • #145

    I would've never thought of that.

  • #146

    I have solved this problem !

  • #147
    marwanredman123 wrote:

    Wonderful!! Anastasia's mate


    back rank.. nice,easy!

  • #148

    Proper Queen sac!

  • #149

    lol

  • #150

    ftw

  • #151

    good n easy!

  • #152

    good

  • #153

    Hey, sorry for the total noob question, but I'm just starting to learn chess. When Rxg6+, why doesn't White xg6?

  • #154
    dannythewireless wrote:

    Hey, sorry for the total noob question, but I'm just starting to learn chess. When Rxg6+, why doesn't White xg6?


    Thats because the pawn is pinned by the bishop on b3.

    Nice puzzle, quick.

  • #155

    fun.

  • #156

    Simple enough...I wish chess.com would tell you how many moves needed to solve each puzzle...I was looking for a way to do it in two moves, geeze.

  • #157

    I dream of ending a game like this in a tournament...Tongue out on the winning end, of course.

  • #158

    The ole' famous Queen Sacrifice; leading to a Back-Rank Mate!

  • #159

    simple

  • #160

    Smile

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