Expect the unexpected! This is one of the most startling puzzles I've ever seen, and requires both imagination and a deep understanding to unlock its secret. This one will likely have your favorite chess engine produce an incorrect evaluation! This composition was published in L’Italia Scacchistica, 1946. Quite the creative mind was Frédéric Lazard.

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It's a king and pawn specific endgame position. How difficult can it be? As is the case for most puzzles in this playlist, be prepared to calculate, and maybe even tap into your creative mind. Can you find the solution to this composition from 1890 by Austrian chess master, theoretician, and writer Johann Berger?

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In order to play speed chess, a chess clock is needed, and the clock needs to be set for a given time, such as three minutes for each side. Discover how to win speed chess by capturing the opponent's king before time runs out with help from a chess teacher in this free video on playing speed chess.

Expert: Fritz Gaspard

Bio: Fritz Gaspard has been teaching chess to children and adults for the past 12 years.
Filmmaker: Steve Anthony

 

 


Prepare to be shocked before even 1 move of the solution to this fascinating composition is shared. Frédéric Lazard has quickly become one of my favorite chess composers, and judging by the feedback many of you leave he's one of your favorites as well, and rightly so. I found myself both frowning and scratching my head for quite some time, and I was in disbelief when simply attempting to unlock the solution to this masterpiece. This one will likely give your favorite chess engine some difficulty in solving! The composition by Frédéric Lazard that is presented in this video was published in L’Eclaireur Du Soir, 1928. 

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A snap-shot description on how to play Tri-Dimensional Chess

Don't forget to download Doug Keenan's Parmen program (a Tri-Dimensional Chess program) at
http://www.parmen.com/

For the FULL document on how to play view the PINNED post ("Greeting & Guide) in my facebook group
and then come join us and submit your games to the "Game Archive"