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I dont understand how the solution wins the game...
Enjoyed this one, looking forward to the next!
I new here, and just started with these puzzles. This was a really good puzzle.
as a mathematics teacher says......"linear function"
Awesome block, that took some time, brilliant!! Hard to guess in the real game!
Where's the Sunday Puzzle?
Bit tricky for a Sunday......
weird problem !!!!!cn anyone tell me y black have taken the rook ???????cn anyone??????
this is not my easy Sunday.
Excellent puzzle. Thanks so very much.
Your puzzle solution fails because after 1 Bf6+ comes ..Kg8 and you lose the mating web
Your game deeply annotated by a GM
by PArnaudov a few minutes ago
How can I have stopped 2. Qh5
by Mal_Smith 2 minutes ago
How many rating points is a photographic memory worth?
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by Steikt 4 minutes ago
Let’s invent some very weird pieces
by evertVB 5 minutes ago
sicilian is evil
by PlayChessPoorly 5 minutes ago
opponent abusing "draw request"
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Becoming a Master
by AIM-AceMove 6 minutes ago
White to move, mate in two. I CAN'T SOLVE IT!!!!! HELP!!!!
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Draw in one
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