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erinye 12 Jan 18
I haven't played in along time... but does it not depend on who has the next move? Kinda fascinated by it. Thanks !
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#ARRESTPODESTA 12 Jan 18
Replying to @JulianAssange
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⏳𝕵𝖔𝖘𝖍💎 12 Jan 18
Over for who? I'm really stupid when it comes to chess Lol
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J. Galt 12 Jan 18
No, the queen takes the black pawn and then the black king takes the queen.
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MAGAPILL ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 12 Jan 18
Replying to @JulianAssange
Capablanca vs Marshall 1918
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Bruce King 12 Jan 18
Replying to @JulianAssange
Here is a good analysis of this chess game:
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J. Galt 12 Jan 18
No, you are correct.
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MIKE M 12 Jan 18
I BELIEVE YOUR SAYING CHECKMATE JULIAN MY FRIEND TELL ME MORE .
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J. Galt 12 Jan 18
If you look at the board as a FEN... it leads to an article by Kasparov.
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Corey Lynn 🙏🇺🇸 12 Jan 18
That's awesome! I'm a night owl, so I'm always up late... but I hear ya. It's an addiction. It's exciting to see truth finally come out...when you have tried to spread it for so long. Justice! :-)
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Brian Hassine 12 Jan 18
Replying to @JulianAssange
Interesting not one piece in jeopardy on next move.. Can't take piece.. All protected
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Brian Hassine 12 Jan 18
Replying to @JulianAssange
White pawn needs 2 moves forward to blow it up
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❌Brian 🐲⚡️ 12 Jan 18
I haven't seen that yet, just the document dump. If they did, they'll be pouring through the report and documents this weekend. That would be fun to be a fly on the wall.
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Rubra🇺🇸MAGA 12 Jan 18
Source? Love that if true.
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Brian Hassine 12 Jan 18
The castling is rare and has happened here... A move made to quickly protect the king
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Tom Kovach 12 Jan 18
As I read the board, it is NOT checkmate (yet). But, in order to save himself, the king must come out of hiding and stand next to his bishop. But, two moves later, the king can be taken out by a mere pawn -- unless his strategy changes. Interesting message. (Who is the king?)
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Stormin ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 12 Jan 18
Can you tell those of us that don’t play what this all means? Please?
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