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Shouldn't the Black king go to e7 at the third move in order to avoid checkmate?
easy but nice :)
After the first move it was too easy, but finding that right first move took a while.
The solution after 3....Qd7 was too obvious. They should have went with the 3...Ke7, when it is still mate on the move, but trickier to see. (4.Pf6 ends it)
They should change the name to: The Queen's Diagnal
waste of time
Nice easy puzzle
After Knight blocks and white queen takes why not Ke7
wow terrible problems they're too easy
nice and easy
Why do chess players wait for there time to run out?
by lfPatriotGames a few minutes ago
8/27/2016 - Alexander Hildebrand, Springaren, 1951
by lbtr74aao a few minutes ago
Why does Black play 6...c6 in this position?
by SupremeRule a few minutes ago
Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?
by 144p 4 minutes ago
Does most of the world really love the stalemate factor?
by jsaepuru 13 minutes ago
by iswarprasaddeuri 14 minutes ago
8/26/2016 - Kouatly - Tsheshkovsky, Hoogovens 1988
by mounir23 21 minutes ago
Post your game for expert analysis
by JimmyBrunoGtr 28 minutes ago
I need to take chess more seriously.
by JimmyBrunoGtr 35 minutes ago
KID with 1...e5 against the English
by Gramsci21 38 minutes ago
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