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1. Bg6+ Kg8
Sunday 1st page!
i was thinking about Bf5 or Bb1 for it is not forcedEdit:i was wrong
I was thinking that the Bishop should be able to go anywhere along the diagonal, until I realized that he needs to prevent black's queen from being able to block against white's queen.
And there we are.
quite difficult for a sunday!! :-)))
Simply nothing. Thank you for reminding us it's Sunday.
Anything else and it's Qf6.
even jesus got this one. . .and hes a zombie!
6 masters who proved that chess kills your brain and your life - YOU ARE WARNED
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Shameless opponant making multiple draw offers in a lost position
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Could you give me some advices about my opening repertoire?
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Close win by passed pawn
by bunicula 49 minutes ago
i dont no openings please help me
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what should i play after 1.e4 , but not the sicillian. i hate the sicilllian.
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fair play rule
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