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The really nice point of the combination is 1...gxh6 2.Qg8+!! Nxg8 3.Bf5++. This isn't the main line apparently because is mate one move faster...
done in 10 seconds. amazing sight, LETS fly like a commmettt
Pretty easy, but nice moves.
easy to finisnd
1.Rxh6+ , gxh6
A hard problem: Albert Becker announces MATE IN 4! Can you solve it?
1. Rc8+; Qxc8; 2. Qxb6+; Qb7; 3. Nc6+; Kc8; 4. Qd8#
Qulaity of these puzzles varies quite a lot. This was one of the more challenging ones.
nice and good...
Even prettier was 1...,PxR 2. Qg8ch, NxQ 3. Bf5mate
Powerful f pawn!
Nice mate in four, page four as usual. Liza, where are you?
good puzzle..nice nice nice
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What chessboard are you looking for?
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9/26/2016 - Up And Over
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Can someone explain KID?
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Who watches the watchmen?
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Magnus Carlsen Refuted:
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Proof I'm not fake!!
by PlayChessPoorly 15 minutes ago
SER.. White to move and mate in 3...
by icyviper 23 minutes ago
list of openings for a intermediate?
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Can someone explain this to me...
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