Posts Tagged ‘real game’

So I was just playing a game of #chess and then this happened… 14

August 21, 2018

White to move and mate in 3.

White to move and mate in 3.

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So I was just playing a game of #chess and then this happened… 13

August 6, 2018

A well placed knight can be quite lethal. Black to move and mate in 5.

Black to move and mate in 5.

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So I was just playing a game of #chess and then this happened happened… 11

August 1, 2018

What is white’s best move?

What is white’s best move?

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So I was just playing a game of #chess and then this happened… 9

July 25, 2018

What is white’s best move?

What is white’s best move?

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So I was just playing a game of #chess and then this happened… 8

July 24, 2018

Black to move and mate in 5.

Black to move and mate in 5.

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Betcha Can’t Solve This #Chess Puzzle! 16

April 21, 2018

White to move and mate in 7! (Edward Lasker vs. George Thomas, City of London Chess Club, 1912)

White to move and mate in 7! (Edward Lasker vs. George Thomas, City of London Chess Club, 1912)

“The following game I consider the most beautiful I ever played  … though it was not a tournament game and can, therefore, hardly be classed among the best games.” – Edward Lasker

“A year later, Alekhine called my attention to the fact, discovered in Moscow, where he went over the game with Bernstein, that I could have mated in seven instead of eight moves by playing 16 Kf1 or O-O, as then Black would have been unable to prevent mate by 17 Nh2.”– Edward Lasker

#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 Puzzle Worth Sharing 49

July 30, 2017

White to move and mate in 4.

White to move and mate in 4.


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