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Wow it's... the same principle as every other daily puzzle!
Tough first move !!
a good real one after a long time...
knew that they were only a few limited places for the queen to go to be useful
THe one thing I have learned is a sacrifice is always an option that needs to be considered.
Another queen scarifice good one
got all moves correct
sychology was wrong jst to xtend the game .by 1 move of queen cud have been mate!!!!
Natural talent by great adolf!!!!!!!!
Once I figured out the Queen sac, the rest was child's play.
except the first move, the rest were obvious
cool but not very difficult
When in doubt, sac the queen...
it was an excellent game
People waiting for time to run in daily.
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Is Luck a factor in chess ?
by pestebalcanica 4 minutes ago
7/28/2016 - Horowitz - Kevitz, New York 1931
by aidenkang04 4 minutes ago
Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?
by pestebalcanica 10 minutes ago
Please tell me why I lost this game
by ChessOath 12 minutes ago
Carlson Magnus a hard opponent to beat
by spawkle529 16 minutes ago
by AndreyLaferrari2002 20 minutes ago
Wanting to study KID, but how do I get over 2...g6 being the ~10th best move?
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