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Like a boss. This is a nice variant on the back-rank theme.
eminem has a small penis
Atleast he gets to use it
easy, but I like the combination.
nice 2 powerful rooks and a bishop...
Side line bad for king
only someone with room to spare would know...
get out of here with that karapola
There's only one way he would know,and your right that is karapola
i am a puzzle solver and everyone adores my chess skills just like they adore my skills in bed
Thanks for sharing. Something we all needed to know.
My first instinct was to play 1.Rb5 but that doesn't work because of the deflection at a3. Not too obvious this one.
Very nice, with Black King at a5, White's Bishop and pawn keep him sidelined.
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