The mates with lot's of free space around the king can be tricky to see. But don't worry - if a world champion can fall for a mate on the back rank, why shouldn't you?
I'm going to put a link up to your blog, Dread Pirate Josh--sorry I hadn't gotten around to it before. Thanks for linking to me! I will put a link to one of your posts that shows your skills, as well.
Thanks wahrheit, i commented at your blog before I saw this.FYI: I've added your other blog to my blog lines as well, it looks interesting.
welcome back, you should stick around awhile.
Hi! Nice blog on chess.Do you want to share links?My blog on chess and technology is guillembachesBest Regards,IM Guillermo Baches
Yes, nice mate but not so strange.Do you want an advice to see that mating pattern the next time?Tactics Tactics Tactics!!!(I suggest Laszlo Polgar 4335 chess problems, or something like that).good blog!
Hi--can you send me an invite to the other firstname.lastname@example.orgRobert
Knight checkmates are easy to miss... don't sweat it.
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