White to move.
Black to move.
Black to move: choose between 23…Rc7 and 23…Nd5
Today, on Friday, October 5th, I am launching the
Weekly Chess Letter.
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Fedoseev – Andreikin, Russia 2018. White to move: how would you continue?
will launch on next Friday, October 5th. To get a sense of what you can expect as a subscriber, I have made a blog page with a free sample. Weekly Chess Letter
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On October 5
th 2018, I will start a Weekly Chess Letter. It will consist of 3 elements, where the first is a game fragment based on one of my three principal works from Quality Chess ( Rook vs. Two Minor Pieces, The Secret Life of Bad Bishops and Sharp Endgames). All material is new, but built on the concepts from my books.
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Chess Educators Chess Masters Saturday Program
is run by WIM Beatriz Marinello, and the upcoming Saturday chess classes will be from 10-1pm and 2-5pm. First time is on September 15, and I will be one of the afternoon instructors. Chess Educators
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In the new school year, I will continue as an After School Teacher in both
and The Anderson School . Queens Paideia School
Wilhelm Røpke 1942: White to move and mate in 6 moves!
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The brochures for the 2 summer camps have been updated; and an online registration form has been added to the blog.
For both camps, we now offer an afternoon extension from 3-5pm as an option for working parents, for additional $20 daily.
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My wife and I will be organizing two summer camps in Long Island City this summer:
from July 9-13, 2018 Classic Games Summer Camp
from July 16-20, 2018. Chess Summer Camp
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45. White to move and win.
has been finalized, and with it my initial 4-step treatment of the endgame 2N vs. pawn. Thus, in addition to last week’s Endgame Column, you will find solutions to the exercises 39-50. page with 50 exercises
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White to move and win.
I have added solutions to the exercises from
. last week’s Endgame Column
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White to move and win.
This week’s Endgame Column again deals with 2N vs. pawn. As I am building
, I will introduce and present the remaining exercises here. the blog page with 50 exercises
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