Posts Tagged ‘endgame studies’

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 54

August 4, 2017

Tonight I share another tricky position from my summer camp lesson on endgames.

White to move and mate in 4.

Mate in 4 (Jansen – De Greef, Dieren 1990)

Chess Homework 2

January 12, 2013

The chess homework in section two is all about king and pawn endgames. I selected some of my favorite instructional problems of this kind and placed them in order of ascending difficulty. If your child is stumped by any of these problems he/she should seek out a Torres Chess and Music Academy teacher for an explanation.

2.1Difficulty: *

2.1
Difficulty: *

2.2Difficulty: **

2.2
Difficulty: **

2.3Difficulty: **

2.3
Difficulty: **

2.4Difficulty: ***

2.4
Difficulty: ***

2.5Difficulty: ****

2.5
Difficulty: ****

2.6Difficulty: ****

2.6
Difficulty: ****

2.7Difficulty: *****

2.7
Difficulty: *****

2.8Difficulty: ******

2.8
Difficulty: ******

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