Chess
epub |eng | 2014-11-30 | Author:Shaw, John [Inconnu(e)]

Game 35 Miton-Markowski Cappelle la Grande 1999 1 d4 d5 2 c4 e6 3 Nc3 c6 4 e4 dxe4 5 Nxe4 Bb4+ 6 Bd2 Qxd4 7 Bxb4 Qxe4+ 8 Be2 ...
( Category: Chess September 6,2019 )
epub |eng | 2014-01-22 | Author:Emmanuel Neiman [Neiman, Emmanuel]

Analysis diagram 4.a6!! is the subtle point that had to be seen when White played his first move. 4…Kd6 5.b6 Kc6 6.bxa7 and the black king is unable to stop ...
( Category: Chess September 5,2019 )
epub |eng | 2019-08-12 | Author:Sasha Chapin

THE SECRET OF CHESS I first stumbled upon the lectures of my future teacher and spiritual guardian, Ben Finegold, during a despairing google for chess tips in Bangkok. He was ...
( Category: Chess August 24,2019 )
epub |eng | 2015-07-08 | Author:Nancy Marie Brown

Five The Knights The knight is the last piece to place on the chessboard, for knights, as we think of them, in shining armor, were unknown in the North in ...
( Category: Chess June 6,2019 )
epub |eng | | Author:Eleanor Noss Whitney

CHAPTER TWO Offensive Strategy ARRANGEMENT OF THE HAND A skillful player does not arrange his hand. A quick glance is all he needs to tell him what it contains and ...
( Category: Lotteries May 2,2019 )
epub |eng | | Author:Alexander Kalinin

White to play. What would you do? Black is holding his last line of defence, not allowing the white king into b6. Zugzwang comes to White’s aid. The most surprising ...
( Category: Chess May 24,2017 )
epub |eng | | Author:Mark Dvoretsky

1…Kh6 Petrosian prepares …f7-f6 and …g6-g5. The positional defense method (à la Kantorovich), starting with 1…Kf6 had not yet been discovered and still is not widely known. 2 Ke3?! Portisch ...
( Category: Chess April 27,2017 )
azw3 |eng | 2012-04-29 | Author:Irving Chernev

15 ... P−KR3 16 KR−Q1 O−O 17 B−B3 Q−Kt1 18 Q−R4! The first in a series of ingenious moves which leads to a devastating King-side attack. 18 ... KR−Q1 Black ...
( Category: Chess March 15,2017 )
epub |eng | 2013-04-15 | Author:Emanuel Lasker [Lasker, Emanuel]

Examples 1 L. Paulsen White, Metger, to play and win 1. —Let us contemplate this position without seeking for a combination. Black’s ideal is to have his King on QR1 ...
( Category: Chess December 10,2016 )
epub |eng | | Author:Jan Timman

Yury Kots Boris Spassky Baku ch-URS 1961 (1) 1.e4 e5 2.♘f3 ♘c6 3.♗b5 a6 4.♗a4 ♘f6 5.0-0 ♗e7 6.♖e1 d6 7.c3 ♗g4 8.h3 ♗h5 9.d3 ♕d7 10.♘bd2 10…g5! A revolutionary ...
( Category: Chess December 6,2016 )
epub |eng | | Author:Fred Reinfeld

King and Pawn Endings In one sense, king and pawn endings are very simple. The only material on the board has been greatly simplified. Only kings and pawns remain. Everything ...
( Category: Chess July 18,2016 )
epub |eng | | Author:Joel Benjamin

Black is tripped up by the wrong rook pawn and bishop combination, though a little accuracy is necessary. 70.h6! Not 70.Nxb4? Bxb4 71.Kd3 (71.Kxb4 Kxh5 72.Kc3 Kg4 73.Kd2 Kf3 74.Ke1 ...
( Category: Chess April 11,2016 )
epub |eng | | Author:Kevin Stark

D1 No chance for the rook Even if the king is not in the corner, he can be threatened with mate, as shown in D2 left: 1.Qd5-a8+ Rc7-a7 2.Qa8-c6#. If ...
( Category: Chess January 30,2016 )
epub |eng | 2013-01-03 | Author:David MacEnulty [MacEnulty, David]

Note that the king, queen, and rooks did not venture out into the field of play. Most of the time, these four important pieces do not like to mix it ...
( Category: Chess January 25,2016 )
epub |eng | 2014-01-20 | Author:Murray Chandler [Chandler, Murray]

DEADLY CHECKMATE 37 * * * Basic Patterns for Mate on the Dark Squares 153) White moves 1 Qg7 is checkmate. The white queen is protected by the bishop on ...
( Category: Board Games December 29,2015 )