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lol nice ones but try to keep them a bit more chess related lol
Please be relevant, helpful & nice!
I patented that meme.
That doesn't even make sense. XD
Lol, good one, even funnier with the way the 'shop was made .
Inspired by a game I just played against Play Magnus (level 12)
In the en passant one (#344) the black pawn moved from the 8th rank...
Not necessarily... the square it moved from could be either c7 or e7.
True, although intuitively I'd think of a 4x4 block as being a corner.
Yeah I suppose, and I guess also the top left square being a light square could also make you think it was a8
Chuckmate for the Chuck Norris meme
Solid Opening for Black against e4
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