India's first chess features print magazine published quarterly from Lucknow since 2004 by Aspire Welfare Society.

Advert by Google

.
Showing posts with label chess puzzle. Show all posts
Showing posts with label chess puzzle. Show all posts

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Weekend Chess Tactic Test: Three Chess Puzzles!

Chess tactics help you capitalize on all the effort you put into improving your position. Here are three positions from real games. Can you figure out the best way to win? Test your chess tactics this weekend with Chess King!




Position 1: 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? Check your answer with Chess King.



Position 2: White to play and win. Balinov-Cebalo, Graz, 1996. This position has an unusual tactical idea that is normally difficult to spot. Can you find the trick move for a win? Check your answer with Chess King.




Position 3: White to play and win. Alekhine-Reshevsky, Kemeri, 1937. Black is not only a pawn up but is training forces on the g2 pawn. However, Rd2 by Black was actually a blunder. Do you know how Alekhine goes on to win? Check the answer with Chess King.




Saturday, July 7, 2012

Saturday Chess Puzzles - White Checkmates in Two

Making a habit of solving chess puzzles is one of the best things you could do to improve your chess. Chess magazine B&W presents weekend edition of two chess puzzles. Have fun.


1. White to play and checkmate in two.
Check your answer with Chess King.



2. White to play and checkmate in two.
Check your answer with Chess King.

Saturday, June 30, 2012

Saturday Chess Puzzle - Two Smart Checkmates

We are back with our Saturday chess puzzle. This time there are two positions. In the first, White to play and checkmate in two. In the second, White to play and checkmate in three. Simple positions, but delightful nevertheless. Have a great weekend.

White to play and checkmate in two.
Move cursor to right after colon to read answer: Rg1






White to play and checkmate in three. 
Move cursor to right after colon to read answer: Nh3

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Saturday Chess Puzzle Level Difficult

Saturday chess puzzle is here with level difficult. White to play and win.


You can find the solution in our Chess King applet.

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Saturday Chess Puzzle Level Difficult (Correct Solution Updated)

Saturday chess puzzle with level difficult is here. White to play and checkmate in two. 




Saturday, June 9, 2012

Saturday #Chess Puzzle Level Difficult

Saturday #Chess Puzzle with level 'Difficult'
E. Saavedra (after G.Barbier), Glasgow Weekly Citizen, 1895
White to play and win (Use arrows in flashplayer to see solution).


.


.
.
.
 
Design by Free WordPress Themes | Bloggerized by Lasantha - Premium Blogger Themes | Press Release Distribution