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Surprising Checkmates [Bruce Alberston, Fred Wilson] on orejuzavij.tk * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Deliver the Coup de Grâce! With this. With this instructive manual, players can learn to concentrate on one-, two- and three-move checkmates, focusing on their opponents' last.

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PDF files have been saved on Google Drive for easy access. One cannot, of course, blindly attack in every game: the right conditions to attack must be present, such as a chip in the opposition king's pawn wall or the ability to quickly transfer many of one's pieces to the attacking zone.

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Many of the puzzles in this work deal with attacking scenarios and should help the reader to further appreciate just when and why an attack is likely to work. What, though, of the many games in which we don't get to attack? In these tactical play is no less likely to occur and it's important to always be alert to tactical opportunities.

One very handy way of not letting these pass by is to keep in mind John Nunn's very useful mnemonic: LPDO 'loose pieces drop off'. Indeed, it's very noticeable just how many tactics are to do with a piece being undefended or poorly defended. Rd4 Kf3 Kc2 Ke3 Rc4 Kf2 Rc3 Ke1 Kd3 Kf2 Kd2 Kg1 Ke3 Kg2 Ke2 Kh1 Rg3 Kh2 Kf2 Kh1 GloriaVictis GloriaVictis 3, 2 2 gold badges 17 17 silver badges 37 37 bronze badges. DrZ Seems that white wins faster then; I edited in some sidelines after Endgame tablebases are available online, you can play around here: chessok.

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Longest known checkmate is in moves , revealed by Lomonosov Tablebases. You can see the game here. This is the actual longest mate.

There is one with less and it's actually the position of this game after the pawn promotes, that is the reason why it's shorter. M Jun 12 at Maybe they found a way to shrink.

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Source please. See tablebase. M Jun 13 at Kf3 Nd7 4.

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