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Intermediate-Level Chess Study: White Plays for Win

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Study

A 1948 Study by WOTAWA, white plays and wins.

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Easy Chess Puzzle: Black Wins

Time for an easy chess puzzle with a cool video solution!
LEVEL: Easy
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the game Jakob Rosanes vs. Adolf Anderssen, 1863. Black plays and wins.

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Cool Chess Puzzle Video: Anand – Van Wely 1-0

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Middle Game

From the game Anand – Van Wely, Monaco 2007.
White plays and wins.

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Two Brilliant Chess Variations: White to Play (Level Intermediate)

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From a game DesChapelles – De Labourdonnais, Paris 1836
White plays and wins.

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Easy Chess Middlegame Win: You Play White

Here’s your easy Monday night chess task!
LEVEL: Easy
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the Book of Stamma, 1737. White plays and wins.

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Killer Chess Move: White Plays for Win

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the game Klinger – Blatny, 1988, white plays and wins.

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Smart Chess Middlegame Puzzle: Klinger – Blatny 1-0

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the game Klinger – Blatny, 1988, white plays and wins.

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Intermediate Chess Puzzle (Najdorf – Reshevsky) What if Black played 1…Bxb2?

It’s time for a middlegame chess class this weekend. Here is an intermediate-level chess position for you to study from our #1 database at www.chesskillertips.com.
LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From a game Najdorf – Reshevsky.
What happens after Black plays 1…Bxb2?
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Winning Chess Combination: Jakob Rosanes vs. Adolf Anderssen 0-1

From the game Jakob Rosanes vs. Adolf Anderssen, 1863. Black plays and wins. Presented by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk. Don’t forget to check her blog at www.chessqueen.com.

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Difficult Chess Study: How can White Win?

LEVEL: Difficult
CATEGORY: Study

A difficult study by Kubbel from 1925. White plays and wins. The goal is simple: mate the Black King or win the Black Queen. It’s forced.

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Easy Chess Combination: Jakob Rosanes vs. Adolf Anderssen, 1863 (Black to Play)

LEVEL: Easy
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the game Jakob Rosanes vs. Adolf Anderssen, 1863. Black plays and wins.
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Must-Attend Chess Class: Checkmate with Bishop + Knight

LEVEL: Difficult
CATEGORY: Endgame

It’s necessary for you to know how to mate with Bishop and Knight versus King, since that endgame will likely show up in your tournament practice. 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk shows you how. This is a chess class you must attend!

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Two Rooks vs One: Chess Study by Wotawa, 1948

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Study

A 1948 Study by Wotawa, white plays and wins. This special chess podcast is hosted by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk!

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Weekend Chess Class: Philidor in the R+B vs R Endgame

Get ready for the weekend chess class. The video show is hosted by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk and is sure to make your chess stronger.

LEVEL: Very Difficult
CATEGORY: Endgame

The Philidor position is one of the key positions in which the stronger side wins in Rook + Bishop vs. Rook. It’s useful to know about it in case you get that endgame in your tournament practice.
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Immortal 1858 Game between Paul Morphy and Duke Carl, Count Isouard

LEVEL: Easy
CATEGORY: Game
The Immortal 1858 Game between Paul Morphy and Duke Carl and Count Isouard. This special chess video podcast is brought to you by the award-winning website www.chesskillertips.com.
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Easy Middlegame Chess Puzzle: Onischuk – Carlsen 0-1

A Criminal Pawn.
LEVEL: Easy
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the game Onischuk – Carlsen, Biel 2007.
Black plays and wins.

This special chess puzzle video series is brought to you by Chess Killer Tips #1 website. The videos are hosted by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk. Your chance to learn chess for free from a World Champion!

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Delightful-Difficult Chess Puzzle: White Checkmates in Six!

This is delightful chess even though it’s a tad difficult. Brighten up your Sunday with this checkmate-in-six. Actually! But, possible.

LEVEL: Difficult
CATEGORY: Problem
A mate in 6 chess problem delightful in its purity. Composed by Thomas Davidson (horizontal mirror) in Montreal Daily Witness, 1899.

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Take the Initiative Chess Class: Danielian – Kosteniuk 0-1

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the game Danielian – Kosteniuk, European Team Championships, Crete 2007. Black plays and wins.
The answer to this chess study is in the following video podcast hosted by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk. Read her blog www.chessqueen.com for the latest adventures of a beautiful and intelligent Grandmaster.
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Very Tough Checkmate-in-three Chess Puzzle

LEVEL: Very Difficult
CATEGORY: Problem

A tough to solve mate in three chess problem. If you solve it in less than an hour, you’re on your way to becoming a Grandmaster!

Composed by Jiri Khokholous, 4th Prize, Cesky Spolek Sachovni, 1895.

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Two Rooks vs One Chess Study: White wins

Glance at the situation on the chess board in this position and your first reaction is bound to be ‘Quite a mess!’ This complex situation is a fascinating chess study by Wotawa, 1948. White plays and wins. Can you say how?
LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Study
The video podcast is hosted by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk of Russia.
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