I got no moves right. I solved it by trying all possable moves until i would get the correct one. When it told me I had solved the problem, I am not sure what got solved. For those who find the puzzles too easy may I suggest run and butt your head into a brick wall, repeat 2 more times and you may find the puzzles more challenging.

Also, this problem is like half a game, I'm sure... You definitely don't need to calculate all the moves beforehand, imo. In fact, I'd say the problem is just far too long.

11 moves out from a typical-looking opening position? Man. It's Saturday, all right. X_X

Also, this problem is like half a game, I'm sure... You definitely don't need to calculate all the moves beforehand, imo. In fact, I'd say the problem is just far too long.

THIS IS THE LONGEST PUZZLE I EVER DID>-< *-* SÒÓOOOOOOOOOO LONG #.#

I got no moves right. I solved it by trying all possable moves until i would get the correct one. When it told me I had solved the problem, I am not sure what got solved. For those who find the puzzles too easy may I suggest run and butt your head into a brick wall, repeat 2 more times and you may find the puzzles more challenging.

Also, this problem is like half a game, I'm sure... You definitely don't need to calculate all the moves beforehand, imo. In fact, I'd say the problem is just far too long.

11 moves out from a typical-looking opening position? Man. It's Saturday, all right. X_X

long but easy i want hard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

what the heck is this one. its looks like a normal game

brrrrr...

pretty straight forward

holy crap daily puzzle is usually a 4 move checlmate...

nice lesson!!

nice...

Basically a whole game...

Reminds me of my other quick defeats

Also, this problem is like half a game, I'm sure... You definitely don't need to calculate all the moves beforehand, imo. In fact, I'd say the problem is just far too long.

there was a daily puzzle 32 moves long.

Long and interesting!

sooooooooooooooooooo long j

more of the puzzles should be like this...

Black should have taken the pawn and then castled... this is the Steinitz Defence!

It was Tarrasch who originally found this variation

Great puzzle, lot of calculation invovled, definetly needing a deep insight into the middle game.