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i guess the win is assumed
wow, I really love these puzzles
Why did the black queen not take on d7?
Every move had a threat. If black moves here either checkmate or royal fork, thus the second option was always chosen for the King to run to the safest square. Eventually he was coralled into a Royal fork anyway.
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in effect if the queen take the pawn the queen is lost for the double of horse...........is more hard but the black have a loosing position...anyway
i love a knight fork on a king & queen. It just feels plain good.
Another Good one to show the destructive power of the knights...
Can women be as good at chess?
by Elubas 5 minutes ago
TEAM MATCH AND VC LEADER BOARDS....
by Harish73 5 minutes ago
Let’s invent some very weird pieces
by HaworthiaTruncata 10 minutes ago
5/27/2016 - Straight Checks
by Harish73 13 minutes ago
Wild Chess Imagery
by ChessPlayinDude47 18 minutes ago
Good opening for black against 1.d4?
by Lucia243 25 minutes ago
The Great Knights from 1851 Chessbazaar repro
by MySeT 41 minutes ago
Don't ^% Up
by Lucia243 43 minutes ago
Ducky is back!
by Julius-Geezer 50 minutes ago
First time since 2008 that Anand will not be in the world championship tittle match.
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