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#Chess Position Worth Sharing 116

December 11, 2019

White to move and win.

White to move and win.

#Chess Position Worth Sharing 115

December 10, 2019

White to move and mate in 5.

White to move and mate in 5.

#Chess Position Worth Sharing 114

December 9, 2019

White to move and draw (D. Lolly, 1763).

White to move and draw (D. Lolly, 1763).

#Chess Position Worth Sharing 110

September 18, 2019

A remarkable position occurred after white played 47. Qxg3 in the game Samuel Sevian vs. Sergey Karjakin, FIDE World Cup 2019. Karjakin has only three legal responses as black and each would directly result in a different outcome (a win, a loss or a draw.)

Black to move and win, lose or draw! (Samuel Sevian – Sergey Karjakin, World Cup, Khanty-Mansiysk RUS, 2019.09.10.)

#Chess Position Worth Sharing 108

December 29, 2018

GM Dmitry Andreiken plays the most beautiful game ending combination of 2018 right before the new year starts! Can you spot black’s brilliant continuation?

Black to move and mate in 6! (GM Peter SvidlerGM Dmitry Andreikin, FIDE World Rapid Championship, St Petersburg, 12/27/2018)

Black to move and mate in 6! (GM Peter Svidler – GM Dmitry Andreikin, FIDE World Rapid Championship, St Petersburg, 12/27/2018)


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