A Fine Rook Endgame, Part 2

Last time I introduced a new series of four posts about a very basic (but very difficult) rook and pawn endgame. It’s the endgame where one side (we’ll say White) is a pawn up, and that pawn is an outside passed pawn (we’ll say an a-pawn). As per the “Tarrasch Rule,” the best defensive position […]

Chess 2022 – March Exotic Wackos

“American Chess Magazine has been launched in November 2016 to help readers keep in touch with all the most significant happenings in the exciting world of present-day chess, both at home and abroad.” https://acmchess.com/ It is possible you will find below selection easy to solve. In anticipation of that, I am adding one more challenge. … Continue reading “Chess 2022 – March Exotic Wackos”

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Chess 2022 – March Top Pics

“American Chess Magazine has been launched in November 2016 to help readers keep in touch with all the most significant happenings in the exciting world of present-day chess, both at home and abroad.” https://acmchess.com/ Like many new year resolutions I have fallen behind in going over the puzzles from the “Chess 2022 Day-to-Day Calendar: A … Continue reading “Chess 2022 – March Top Pics”

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Chess 2022 – March Top Pics

“American Chess Magazine has been launched in November 2016 to help readers keep in touch with all the most significant happenings in the exciting world of present-day chess, both at home and abroad.” https://acmchess.com/ Like many new year resolutions I have fallen behind in going over the puzzles from the “Chess 2022 Day-to-Day Calendar: A … Continue reading “Chess 2022 – March Top Pics”

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