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Cool Chess Study by W. Bone: White Wins

Here is a cool chess study by W. Bone. How can White play and win this position despite being Queen down.

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T Gorghiyev Chess Study: White to Play and Win

Let’s begin a chess-full week with this nice chess study by T Gorghiyev, 1929. White to play and win. Remember if Black manages to exchange a piece, he would be able to hold draw. What White needs to do is pick up at least one piece for free and force a win. Can you figure it out? Take your time. Chess requires patience and you will need it today :) Hint: The first move pretty much forces it all!!!

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Intermediate-Level Chess Study: White Wins

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Study
A 1926 Chess Study by Rinck, white plays and wins.
This chess puzzle comes to you from our award-winning www.chesskillertips.com database of chess video podcasts – Your great FREE resource for chess training with World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk.
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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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A Beautiful Chess Study by Kubbel (Level Difficult)

LEVEL: Difficult
CATEGORY: Study
You will certainly enjoy the solution to this chess study. Very instructive.
White plays and wins.
Learn how to solve difficult chess studies and puzzles with 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk at ChessKillerTips.
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The Chess Queen’s Zugzwang: White Checkmates in Seven!

Here is a nice chess study with White working out a nice checkmate in seven. It’s not all that difficult if you get the strategic idea right. This chess study is composed by L. Grunewald. Enjoy your Friday chess lesson with Chess King.
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Cool Chess Study A.Cheron, 1936: White Checkmates in Three

Sit back and figure this chess study out. White has a simple task at hand: Checkmate in three!

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Friday Chess Puzzle: White Wins in 1898 Troitzky Study

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Study
You’ll feel good after you solve this 1898 miniature chess study by Troitzky. White plays for a win.

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Basic Chess Technique: How does a Queen beat a Rook?

How does a Queen beat a Rook? Grandmaster Alexandra Kosteniuk explains the way to win endgames with Queen versus Rook. Don’t forget to look up Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk’s special chess website www.chessqueen.com.

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Trick Chess: Can White Really Win?

This chess puzzle was just sent in by @chessking follower swakilki on twitter. We tried to figure it out, but could get the answer only with some help. 😉 How about you? Can White really win this position with a forced line?
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Difficult Chess Study by Troitsky: Video Podcast

A very beautiful 1924 chess study by Troitsky. In this short video, Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk shows you how to solve it to the end, you will enjoy it for sure. This special chess podcast comes to you from the award-winning video library of chess puzzles at www.chesskillertips.com.
LEVEL: Difficult
CATEGORY: Study

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Cool Chess Study: White Checkmates in Two

This is a nice chess study to help you look at the entire board. It’s a complicated position, but can White checkmate in two? Try it and have fun learning chess with Chess King.
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Stamma Chess Study from 1737

Another cool episode from the #1 chess podcast library at www.chesskillertips.com. This one’s from the Book of Stamma, 1737. White plays and wins. Your host is 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk
LEVEL: Easy
CATEGORY: Middle Game
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Beautiful Chess Study: What Should White do?

Here is a beautiful chess study from the award-winning database of podcasts – Chess Killer Tips. LEVEL: Intermediate CATEGORY: Study Should White resign or play on? 1922 Study by Kraemer! Find the answer in the video chess podcast hosted by Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk.
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Cool Chess Study by Galitsky: White Wins

Mate in 3 chess problem by Galitsky. White to play and win, but how? Remember not to stalemate Black. This nice puzzle is brought to you from our #1 database of chess puzzles and video podcasts. It’s all about having fun and learning chess to play killer games. Check your solution with the video podcast below hosted by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk.
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Tough Chess Study by G.J. Slater

This is a slightly complicated checkmate-in-two study by G. J. Slater. White has to play and win. Can you solve it? Don’t get nervous. Check out your lines slowly and one by one. After all, chess is a lot about strategic hard work. Once you solve it, it will no longer be tough. So don’t give up. Have fun!


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Never-Say-Die Chess Puzzle: Can White Survive?

Here is a chess position from Al Adli dating back to the ninth century. Al Adli is known for his Arabic text on chess – ‘Kitab ash-shatranj (‘Book of chess’). Al-Adli was the strongest player during the rule of Caliph al-Wathiq. In the position on the left, White is one move away from checkmate via Rh8. Can White survive this position? Can White draw, or even win?

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Cool Chess Study: Two Rooks vs One; Level Intermediate

Here is a cool chess study from 1948 by WOTAWA. White plays and wins. Level is Intermediate. This puzzle comes to you from our award-winning chess video podcast www.chesskillertips.com. Think a while then sit back for the show hosted by Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk.
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Chess Killer Tip: Try to do the Impossible

Here is a chess study of intermediate level. In the position on the left, should White resign or play on? This is a 1922 Study by Kraemer. Check the answer with the super www.chesskillertips.com podcast video hosted by Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk.
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Tricky Chess: Can Checkmate in One be Difficult?

Here is one of the most popular chess podcasts from the award-winning Chesskillertips database. Whoever thought that even checkmate in one could be difficult even though you had been playing chess for a while! Check out this neat chess study. You can watch the chess podcast video hosted by guest star GM Almira Skripchenko.
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