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yeah it smothered mate
it would be easier to move the knight
this is too mate
3...d6 is fine for black.
no doubt knt f5 tod6 is smothered mate
forkman, i don't get this. couldn't the white knight on f5 go to d6 & finish this in 1 move?
sounds good, might try that sometimes
how do u insert a chess thingi though...
not sure how to...
i got a vague idea though...
ok, never mind...
just tell me how the !@#$%^&*( do u do that...
Not a mate in 1:
i couldn't move the pieces in ur puzzle, miyagi
how mightily puzzling...<snigger> XD
nice and slick, chesscrazy
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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
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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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