Prince Nick (el 10/05/13 a las 3:03 am)
yeah ron weasley!
1961vampire (el 08/05/13 a las 7:28 pm)
If queen takes a2 (check), king takes a2, rook a6 (check), knight to a3, and black lost his queen.
Bobby V (el 07/05/13 a las 8:06 pm)
Shut your hole, keep up the good work Kevin
Andre Belanger (el 06/05/13 a las 7:04 am)
You should stick with commenting the game and leave out the history lessons. And go at a faster pace for god's sake.
TheDarkbulb1 (el 04/05/13 a las 6:49 pm)
Joshua Heasman (el 30/04/13 a las 4:42 pm)
Also if you play that move you can hide your king behind the bishop if he does check you which is also covered by the queen....If I can see that then why just sac the bishop? I could be missing something like I said I am new :)
Joshua Heasman (el 30/04/13 a las 4:36 pm)
Why cant the rook move to (b2) once the knight moves to (e6). The horse can't check or it gets taken by the bishop anyway. Then you have 4 pieces attacking (a3)....I'm a bit of a novice but surely that is better play, no?
7soccerwesley (el 23/04/13 a las 11:55 pm)
queen takes pawn (check) - king take queen - rook to a6........knight to a3. black lost queen, white is very much ahead
Orkiperson (el 22/04/13 a las 10:41 am)