12/29/2012 - Long Calculation

  • #161

    I got all the moves right, don't know why they were right, except for a few.....does anyone know how it finishes out?

  • #162

    jeez, so many moves

  • #163

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

  • #164

    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. 

  • #165
    CatoSicarius2012 wrote:

    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

  • #166

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

  • #167

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

  • #168

    Foot in Mouthbrrrrr...

  • #169

    pretty straight forward

  • #170

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

  • #171

  • #172

    nice lesson!!

  • #173

    nice...

  • #174
    Swr2d2 wrote:

    Basically a whole game...

    Reminds me of my other quick defeats

  • #175
    CatoSicarius2012 wrote:

    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.

  • #176

    Long and interesting!

  • #177
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  • #178

    sooooooooooooooooooo long j

  • #179

    more of the puzzles should be like this...

  • #180

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

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