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3/6/2013 - Out of the Box Mate in 2

  • #61

    nice one

  • #62

    very very good

  • #63

    Looks like a nice sac in the Caro-Kann Defence that I saw years ago.

  • #64

    sweet

  • #65
    knightdropFTW wrote:

    How to slove chess.com puzzles

    Step 1: What is the dumbest looking queen sac on the board?

    Step 2: What are the rest of the moves?

    haha that is very true

  • #66

    Easy one.

  • #67

    bishop's can be nasty

  • #68

    Another Q sac, 1.Qxe6+...fxe6, 2.Bg6#.Thank's to the Nc6 to cover d8,and e7,to bring home the mate.I think the last three day's,have all been mate in 2,with a major piece sac!!! My first thought was, 1.Bg6...fxg6, 2.Qxe6#, (1....Qd6) stop's that,so seeing that brought me to the Dailly Puzzle Q sac.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's!!!

  • #69

    Its clear Queen sucrifice! But its nice to chekmate. thanks

  • #70

    Tongue Out

  • #71

    Brilliant!!!

  • #72

    Macaroni and bean sprouts

  • #73

  • #74

    Innocent....checkmate

  • #75

    The Queen pays off for the mate... Tongue Out
    Nice sacrifice to win

  • #76

    easy

  • #77

    hard to pick out in real games

  • #78

    Laughing

  • #79
    knightdropFTW wrote:

    How to slove chess.com puzzles

    Step 1: What is the dumbest looking queen sac on the board?

    Step 2: What are the rest of the moves?


    But isn't that your best practical chance of springing a sac IRL? The dumber it looks the less likely the opponent has spotted it, and provided you then have the rest of the moves you're laughing.

  • #80

    good one

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