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first page yeah!
excellent puzzle!!! never over til its over... MEOW, MEOW!!!
Why the black king did not take the white bishop??
not easy but nice one
I hate it when people say FIRST PAGE!!!!!!
Why would king not take bischop on move 4? I would go for the draw.
why didn't black take the bishop on 4. ..???
Why move 5 k-b4?? Why not e3? What am I missing?
More draw puzzles please - really makes you think (well, me anyway : )
Many of the moves are wrong
how is a peacock relevant?
End games love it and hate it a bit more.
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I didn't get a single move.
Boycott the first page!
Great endgame technique.
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Your games shallowly and pessimistically analyzed by some guy.
by Diakonia 3 minutes ago
Can women be as good at chess?
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5/31/2016 - Jonathan Tejeda, Benedito amador Dom Rep 2001
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What can i learn from my defeat?
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Chess.com's Weekly Study: May 29th 2016
by fightingbob 12 minutes ago
Best way to learn openings. . suggestions please
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Moderation arbitrary censorship
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5/14/2016 - Reshevsky - Mecking, Sousse 1967
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