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Pallavi Lonari 2h
VCA Chess Wall... Contact : +91 - 7796760746 / 9860714814
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ChessBites 6h
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Victorious Chess 2h
Chess Wall at Victorious Chess Academy...
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Guillem Baches 4m
"Chess makes you smart": Huge scholastic tournament in Bremen
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Victorious Chess 2h
4th Saturday Rapid tournament registration is Available Kindly register yourself as soon as possible
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ChessBites 9h
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DailyChessPuzzlesBot 6h
White to play and mate in four.
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Shawnzo35 9h
White to move - best move for white?
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Victorious Chess 2h
Introducing Victorious Chess Academy's Chess Hall...
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Random & (somewhat) Playable 1h
Chessbot Knows: ♚ to Check in 9 turns ♔ ⬜⬛⬜ ♝ ⬜⬛⬜ ⬜ ♟ ⬜⬛ ♘ ⬛⬜⬛ ⬛ ♕ ⬛⬜⬛⬜ ♝ ⬜ ♕ ⬛⬜⬛ ♗ ♛ ⬜⬛ ⬛⬜⬛⬜⬛⬜ ♟ ⬜ ⬜⬛⬜⬛⬜⬛⬜⬛ ♜ ⬜⬛⬜⬛ ♗ ⬛⬜ ♗ ⬛ ♗ ⬛ ♘ ♛ ⬜ ♚ Who knew Chessbot could be right about any match?
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CheckMate 16m
Buy Season 1 of Checkmate now available on Amazon All 6 episodes available here ▶️
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Merceylordrahl 5h
“The More I Play, The More I Value Pawns”- Mercey 2014 😁😁
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⚽️Brandon🌵🤠 12h
Check out this game: rafaelflor vs hedgehoglover02 -
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Daniel Todd 7h
I'm currently trying to select to take with me on vacation. Hard choices will have to be made...🤔.
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Average Chess Man 6m
Check out this game: Whiffarn vs Averagechessman83 - via nice game to start day booooooom
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Chess with Gabriel 2h
Spiridonov vs Kasparov | Reti Opening Garry Kasparov Chess Games Series Ep.11 Watch "The Illusyon of An Advantage" and Please Share With Friends :)
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Gauree Malkarnekar 5h
Officials forced to call off a match after a six-year-old and a nine-year-old play chess for 4.5 hours
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Caveman 12h
Giant chess piece somewhere in .
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CheckMate 13h
is an introduction to a fascinating world. For the experienced player it is an opportunity to learn more
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DIDA 20h
Some of the power principles of chess: • Control the Center • Develop Your Pieces as Soon as Possible • Castle as Soon as Possible • Keep Your Pieces Protected • Have Fun and Win with Grace, Lose with Dignity
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