Posts Tagged ‘chess tactics’

Winning Chess Tactic: Black Wins

Always be ready to spot simple tactics that form the basic building blocks of all chess patterns. The winning shot for Black should strike you in a flash here. How does Black win?
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Grandmaster Chess Technique: Philidor in the R+B vs. R

Gather all your chess energies for this master chess class today brought to you by #1 chess podcast library www.chesskillertips.com.
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. Sit back and learn chess with Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk and Chess King™.
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Pounce-Upon-the-King Chess Tactics: White Wins

It’s time to begin Monday on a chess note! White has a nice position which can turn quickly into a lost one if not played correctly. Can you find a forced win for White without too much of a struggle?
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Blink-of-an-eye-Kill Chess Puzzle: White to Play

Saturday night chess tactics coming up for you with some whipped cream. Enjoy. White to play and win. Have a chess-full weekend and don’t forget to train with Chess King.
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Killer Chess Move: Vlastimil Hort – Vladimir Savon 1-0

Take a look at this chess position from Vlastimil Hort vs Vladimir Savon, Havana, 1967. White has a killer move for an immediate win. Do you how White won?
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Winning Chess Combinations: Calculate all Lines for White

Here is a very interesting chess position with a magic move that forces Black to resign. The chess question this Tuesday is can you spot the magic move and calculate all the possible variations? The move is easy to spot, but train yourself to calculate all the various lines as well. The Chess King applet in the extended post is sure to help you. Have fun playing and learning chess. Don’t hesitate to post your analysis in the comments section as well.
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Tactics Chess Puzzle: White Wins

Spot a strong move for White from the game Dubinjetski – Danowski, Switzerland, 1984. How can White win?
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Tactics Chess Puzzle: White Wins

One super-strong chess tactic can turn a game upside down. The position on the left offers White a beautiful chance to win a game that apparently looks equal. How should White play?
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Quick Chess Tactics Test: Can You Solve All?

Sunday is time for Chess King tactics test. Here are three positions from real games. Can you solve them all? In the first position on the left, White to play and win. Mendoza-Diaz, Colombia, 1996. Should White retreat the Bishop from h6 as the mate threat on g7 is thwarted by the Black Queen on f6?
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Clever Chess Wins – Find the Winning Combinations

White to play and win

Training with regular chess-problem solving sessions is the best way to be ready to find magic-win combinations that show up on the chess board during a tournament game. Here are three quick chess puzzles to try this Friday.

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Tactical Chess Idea: Cornered King Puzzle

Black to play and win; How far can you calculate this tactical finish?

Training with Chess King – the strongest chess software on the planet – expands your vision of the board by making you solve thousands of chess puzzles. The more positions you solve, the more your vision improves. Check this position. Black is losing the Queen on c6. However, Black found a killer tactical finish to send White home with a checkmate. What was it?

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