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# Pawn Endgames

Each puzzle has only one solution for each step which doesn't either turn a win into a draw, or a draw into a loss. Try and calculate to the end before making any moves!

(Credit to 'Secrets of Pawn Endings' where a lot of the puzzles were taken from.)

### Comments

• 7 months ago

Nice end game study though most of it was easy but it is essential.  Thank you.

• 7 months ago

You get credit if you saw every response, not just played moves one by one ;)

• 15 months ago

Scottrf, that's a nice endgame study in the TT exercise you've given a link to. Having the two extra, stopped pawns makes all the difference though!

• 15 months ago
• 24 months ago

theliten, there's an error in your diagram because that position is drawn!

It should be  4.Kb1  & not Ka1!  Always keep the defending king on one of the two squares in front of the advancing pawn whenever possible, else place it in opposition to the other king.

• 24 months ago
• 3 years ago

Exactly! :)

• 3 years ago

More difficult than you'd think aren't they.

• 3 years ago

This is great! Thanks!

• 3 years ago

uhrrrmmmm weird eh' Scotty?

• 3 years ago

Ah yes, I get the same thing here in the comments.

• 3 years ago

tried that over here: and I get a blog page,

insert see diagram, does anything pop up?

• 3 years ago

Some more added. Second one down now is really tough.

• 3 years ago

Thanks!

• 3 years ago

Excellent set of endgame studies  Scottrf.  Very instructive - I even succeeded in getting some of them correct !

• 3 years ago

You're right, deleted.

• 3 years ago

In the position reached- black wins. White can draw by repeating.

• 3 years ago

How is white going to get a win by repeating positions?

• 3 years ago

#9 (3rd to last) doesn't make any sense - the white king should go back to e4 on move 7.

• 3 years ago

Yes you're right, I see that now; thanks!

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