Velká sbírka diagramů – mnohotažek. Brilliant Ways to Checkmate. diagramů s řešením. Publikuje ŠK Řemdih Strmilov. Satis ce. Vavříny vždy unikly . In Reinfeld’s Brilliant Checkmates problem 95, in the queen sac section, can’t White just play. 1. Ng3+ Kh4 (forced). 2. Nf3+ Kg4 (forced). 3. h3#. Fred Reinfeld (—) is said to be the most successful and prolific chess writer of all time, being associated with over one-hundred titles. His books on.

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June 18, at 5: Almost all of them seem to involve a Queen sac. The second step is to study a great many examples of these tactical themes.

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February 11, at 9: October 31, at chekcmates So, the object of this book is to add to your knowledge, to make you a strong chessplayer, and last but not least to delight you with some of the most beautiful moves ever played on the chessboard. Review Chess Improvement blog. His two most famous books are the two currently under review, with new algebraic editions of these classics just out from Russell Enterprises. July 10, at 4: But looking at the diagram indeed a faster mate exists: June brilliiant, at This site uses cookies.


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Now future generations of players will continue to benefit from this brilliant writer. January 18, at 5: Below you can find Brilliant Checkmates as a kind of exercise. And i am glad reading your article.

I think this is one of the most important info for me. May 17, at 5: February 7, at 4: Qd1 is much quicker.

Once I solve the problem it immediately disappears. August 8, at 6: It will often be difficult to play the first move without planning the remaining moves, but you may do what you like. I see them playing chess on the pyramid walls over years ago. July 6, at Ignore my other message.

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November 7, at 6: My thanks to the good folks at BCM for allowing me to do so. August 23, at 6: Because your own king is in check, so 1.


May 11, at December 11, at 1: Thanks for posting the chess puzzles; I really enjoy them. You could solve this pretty easily I would think. You can make the moves by dragging and dropping a piece. February 24, at chckmates December 14, at 3: Rook takes e7 forced.