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nice one...great windmill.
I like it.
Why didn't he play 6. Be4#? The castle seems unnecessary.
frist page whaooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
did you see the bishop that can take the white bishop?
Looked very familiar. Got through 5 moves right away, but then was not sure which K move by W was best, and just guessed 0-0. Still not sure if that was the only winning choice.
Although a move longer, I prefer 6. Be2+ Kg2 7. Rh2+ Kg1 8.0-0-0#
"Material Odds Challenge! with IM Aman Hambleton"
So then d4 is the strongest opening move
by cubensis13 a few minutes ago
I dont understand this King Indian variation
by pfren 3 minutes ago
5/30/2016 - Tarjan - Karpov, 1976
by Troll-lol-lol-lol 5 minutes ago
Official Staunton's Piatigorsky Set--A Great Reproduction of an Historic Set
by Eyechess 8 minutes ago
I don't want to win that way..
by whatadisaster 9 minutes ago
Sicilian - Gran prix attack
by erik42085 13 minutes ago
If you could see ONE new feature in v3, what would it be?
by Dobrodewed 15 minutes ago
Should I learn the Dutch or Czech Benoni?
by 12Knaves 19 minutes ago
Fritz 15 seems slow
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