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    Chessbase India Studies

    Chessbase India posts some nice studies every day. They are quite fun and good for training, but not too many people end up seeing them (which is kind of sad, the subtle solutions are often more beautiful than popular violent games). I’ll be reposting their tweets every day in this thread, with credit to the composers.

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    Mate in 3 (white to move)

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    By Ľudovít Lačný

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    Mate in 3 (white to move)

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    By Milan Vukcevich

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    Mate in 5 (white to move)

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    By Ferenc Fleck

    Not hard once you find the first move, but the study is humorous in a way.

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    Mate in 6 (white to play)

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    By Ferenc Fleck

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    Hey Zelgiusfan5000,

    It's great to see that you love the puzzles from ChessBase India! I agree that they are really nice - I usually get them wrong, unless I spend a long time trying to solve them (which is rare).

    I have a Facebook group, Chess Endgame Studies and Compositions, where Satanick Mukurthy (a big chess problem enthusiast) shares these puzzles each day (and there are many other nice studies and compositions each day, too ). Anyway, I look forward to seeing you there, so that you can join in the discussion!
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    Thanks a lot Max, I had no idea a large community that shares these regularly existed. I’ve requested to join and look forward to solving them, although you probably won’t see me discussing much.

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    Mate in 4 (white to move)

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    By Fritz Emil Giegold

    Strange maneuver, but once you use a bit of logic the answer becomes clear.

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    Mate in 5 (white to move)

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    By Ralf Krätschmer

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    Mate in 3 (white to move)

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    By Walter Henneberger

    Sorry for the late post, was very busy today.

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    Mate in 3 (white to move)

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    By John Lindsay Beale

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    Mate in 5 (white to move)

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    By Martin Hoffmann

    Very easy one today

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    Mate in 3 (white to move)

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    By Samuel Loyd

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    Mate in 5 (white to move)

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    By Gerard Bouma

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    Mate in 3 (white to move)

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    By Evgeny Fomichev and Alexandr Sygurov

    Once you look at a couple lines and find the root problem the solution becomes easy.

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