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what a mate
In your example 1. Rxf7+ Kxf7 2. Rf1+ Bf6 is simply met with 3. Qe7#
wow nice puzzle.
and whats the big deal with getting on the first page?
1st nice puzzle
Thanks for the lesson!
got it, but instead of the 3rd move for black being qf6, i got bf6. same end result though. fun puzzle.
Watch out for blacks inpending checkmate. Dead give away...
This was So amazingly easy! I thought I couldn't do it! But, I did! I beat all odds! YES!
Neat puzzle, I like how the knight backed everyone up.
Very Good Puzzle, played a game like this earlier this week.
dude i got that without getting a move wrong
Why are so many non members on this site?
by kingofshedinjas a few minutes ago
SER...BLACK TO MOVE
by pampi_nero 2 minutes ago
10/23/2016 - One And Done
by ChessFail10000 4 minutes ago
SER...USE THE OBSTACLE
by pampi_nero 4 minutes ago
A game won without even one aggressive move played...
by solskytz 5 minutes ago
THE WINNING MOVE
by pampi_nero 7 minutes ago
why do they call the rooks a pig?
by GreenCastleBlock 25 minutes ago
ALGERIANS NEVER DIE
by Pawnpusher103 26 minutes ago
This is always a fun to do when your opponent don't resign
by Evergreen_Soul 30 minutes ago
Why do people get chess.com to socialize?
by BronsteinPawn 31 minutes ago
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