23 October 2009

Online Chess Practice 2: Make a Draw

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Online Chess Practice 2: Make a Draw. Please find this chess video under the name of Make a Draw at the bottom of this page. The video is designed for chess beginners, and it includes 4 useful chess puzzles. All the puzzles are dedicated to one important chess topic...

Make a Draw... Just 4 chess puzzles... You should know this combination idea which may be the only way out to save the chess game. Play as White - Move and Draw. In each puzzle you will find that your position is very close to loosing the game. Find the only saving move...

And now more information on the Make a Draw video. 4 chess puzzles, each one is a typical chess position. The solving time for each chess puzzle is 10 seconds. Play as White - Move and Draw. Each puzzle has the only solution. Practice only one combination idea...

To solve 4 chess puzzles (chess beginner's level) on making a draw, see the video below under the name of Online Chess Practice 2: Make a Draw. To start the video, solve the puzzles, and see the solutions - just click the Play button below:




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[*See also Chess Practice 1: Win the Rook]

You saw the video on the Make a Draw topic.
Please remember this combination idea.
More to follow... And thank you for your time!

15 October 2009

Online Chess Practice 1: Win the Rook

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Online Chess Practice: Win the Rook. This chess video has introduced a new series "Online Chess Practice." The series will be useful for you to practice playing chess in typical positions. All puzzles within the series are designed for chess beginners and intermediate chess players.

Each video on the Online Chess Practice series will include 3 to 5 useful chess puzzles to practice real chess tasks in the limited time environment. You will be given 10 to 20 seconds to solve each chess video puzzle. The Online Chess Practice series will include the following chess tasks:

• Online Chess Practice: Win the Rook.
• Online Chess Practice: Win the Queen.
• Online Chess Practice: Win the Knight.

• Online Chess Practice: Win the Bishop.
• Online Chess Practice: Find the Best Move.
• and more useful puzzles like this...

And now more information on the Win the Rook video. The video includes 3 chess puzzles, each one is a typical chess position. Solving time is 10, 15, and 20 seconds. Play as White and Win the Rook. Each puzzle has the only solution. Practice the fork combination, discovered check, promotion...

To solve 3 chess puzzles (beginner's level) on winning the rook, see the video below under the name of Online Chess Practice: Win the Rook. To start the video, just click the Play button below:




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You saw the first video on the Online Chess Practice topic.
More to follow and...

[*See also Online Chess Practice 2: Make a Draw]

09 October 2009

Pawn Line Penetration

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Pawn Line Penetration: Find below the video puzzle on a typical pawn endgame. One pawn line of 3 in row against the same pawn line of the opponent. The White and Black pawns are standing in opposition. How to penetrate the line? How to break through?

This combination is called the breakthrough combination. You may already know it, and it is an useful knowledge. More on puzzle. White: The King and 3 Pawns. Black: The King and 3 Pawns. The White King is not able to help. The White pawns are on their own...

The chess puzzle's solving order:
1. See the puzzle position.
2. Read the puzzle hints.
3. Have a 30-second try to solve the puzzle.
4. See the puzzle solution.

To see, solve, and learn this chess puzzle under the name of Pawn Line Penetration, just click the Play button below:




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You have learned today how to penetrate the pawn line. You have learned today how to conduct the breakthrough combination. This typical position is not a rarely happening in the pawn endgame. 3 pawns against 3... The middle pawn to move first and to be sacrified...

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