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35 votes

White to play and checkmate in two moves

31 votes

Is it bad etiquette to keep playing in a clearly hopeless position?

30 votes
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Two knights can move to e7, but the move is only specified as Ne7

19 votes

Does using a less common opening make you a stronger player?

18 votes

Why does the London System have the reputation it has?

18 votes
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Is chess a good game for recovering addicts?

17 votes

In this game, should white sacrifice their bishop to expose black's king?

16 votes
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What is a fortress in chess?

13 votes
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Why do masters open 1.d4 more often than 1.c4?

13 votes
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Positional analysis after a dubious move

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I developed all the pieces I could. Now what?

12 votes
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Why is this position judged to be so balanced, and why is castling wrong?

12 votes
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Euwe-Aljechin Amsterdam 1935 problem

11 votes
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Are there any chances that the Fischer who reappeared in 1992 was not the real one?

11 votes
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Can computer analysis really understand human behavior?

10 votes
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Can you save white from checkmate?

10 votes
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Pawn Sacrifice Justification

10 votes

How does Black win this position?

10 votes
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Is this endgame drawn after the rook sacrifice?

10 votes

How to keep improving when missing advanced knowledge prevents finding the answer to tactical puzzles

9 votes

Why is exchanging the queens bad in this position?

9 votes
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How do I become less materialistic?

8 votes

How useful is a 40-year-old chess book?

8 votes
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Is this a legitimate defence to Ruy Lopez openings?

8 votes
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How do I raise my tactic trainer rating to 2300?

8 votes

Why not take the bishop with the knight (Guseinov vs. Bauer)?

8 votes

Why was the founder of chess killed?

8 votes

Find color of the pieces

8 votes
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As a novice, how can I improve at defending my pieces other than what I'm already doing?

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Doubt on scotch opening