These are for Archmage, if I don’t hear from him in a bit, I’ll open it to others. The first three problems are the normal ones you get from me,
These are for Archmage, if I don’t hear from him in a bit, I’ll open it to others. The first three problems are the normal ones you get from me, the last two problems you don’t have the book, so your best guess would be great….I totally get that the last two are a guess. Arrange your chessboard as follows: WHITE:K-e1; N-e5; N-f4; B-f7; BLACK: K-e7; Pawn-d6; B-f8; Q-d8; White to move and checkmate black in one move. Which move? BLACK: K-e7; Pawn: e-6; N-e4; WHITE: K-e2; Pawn: c2, f7; B-e5; White to move. is its best move given that it must capture the black knight in three moves or less? You also have to think of black’s response to white’s first move and figure out the best first move. Note also that it is not in black’s interest to move its king away from the white pawn in f7 and allow that pawn to turn into a queen! WHITE: Pawn: b2; K-c4; N-b7; R-h5; Black: K-a4; Pawn: b6; R-b8; R-g3; White to move and checkmate black in two moves. Which moves? In “A Matter of Direction” in the text “Chess Mysteries”, what is the clue Holmes must have used to deduce with certainty that Marston was playing white?
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