Can you find white's winning plan?
8/K1n5/8/7R/8/2p4R/4p3/3k4 w - - 0 1
1.Rd3+ Kc22.Re3 Kd13.Rhe5 c24.Rxe2 Nb5+5.Kb7 Nc36.Re1+ Kd27.R5e3 Na48.R3e2+ Kd39.Rh2 Nc5+10.Kb6 Nb311.Rh3+ Kc412.Rhh1 Kd313.Reg1 Kd414.Kb5 Ke415.Kc4 Na5+16.Kc3 Nc617.Kxc2 Nb4+18.Kb3It's a win for white.
1.Rd3+ Kc22.Re3 Kd13.Rhe5 c24.Rxe2 Nb5+5.Kb7 Nd46.R2e4 Nb37.Rd5+ Kc18.Re1+ Kb29.Rb5 Kc310.Rh1 Kb211.Rb6 Kc312.Ka6 c1=N13.Rh3+ Kc214.Rc6+ Kd215.Rd6+ Kc216.Rh2+ Kc317.Rc6+ Kd318.Rb2 Nd419.Rxc1It's a win for white.
Caruana vs Grischuk at GCT Paris
White is up in materials but how to get the black King out?
This is one of the chess puzzles I created for 2017 SPFGI
Black is up in material but white has space advantage.
This is a game between GM Sadorra and IM Hambleton.
One of the most difficult things in chess is to be able to assess positions accurately!
This is a must know pattern in K & P endgame
White seems to be in trouble. But is there a way to escape?
4N1nk/8/4b2p/3pPp1Q/2pB1P1K/r6P/4q2r/6R1 w - - 0 1
what if you do 1. Qb1?? and your opponent does ..c1=Q!! then white is screwed.
For me, this is Rambo Attack Tactic [ 1) R5e8+!! Kh7 2) Qxd2! R8xd2 3) Rexa8 ~ Black resigned 1-0 ]