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i hope this works....
i have enjoyed many puzzles on chess.com and would like to submit my share of puzzles.
i will post my favorites from the book "winning chess" by chernev and reinfeld. my favorite book
kind greets pax
[Date "????.??.??"][Result "*"][FEN "2r3k1/pppbq2p/2np4/8/3PnN1P/3Q2P1/PPP5/R4RK1 w - - 0 1"]
1.Nd5 Qe6 2.Qxe4 Qxe4 3.Nf6+ *
i not yet know how to exactly make the puzzles.... as you can see....
when i figure it out i'll try to post a puzzle from this book every day.
theres 3 options when creating a board, just pick the Puzzle one.
thank you zerobounds...
do you mean the position setup in this
i used the game editor....
edit: i used position setup and cannot get it to work.
when you are replying to this thread, look for the chess board button in the reply box functions, click it and you can start working on a board but it gives you the choice of a Diagram, Sequence or Puzzle to start with.
Normally I use the analysis board editor to create the puzzle or whatever and copy the PGN information into the reply board inserter function right here. You can also copy/paste in FEN position information.
i hope this is a OK puzzle. thanks to zerobounds
more to come and kind greets, pax
this was a bad start of my posting on chess.com!!
i'll start a new thread called WINNING CHESS. this is the name of the book where i will get the puzzles from, as i mentioned before, my favorite book.
kind greets, pax
dit is een eindspel studie uit een boek van Hans Bohm "van huis schaker tot clubschaker" ... ik wil even kijken hoe dit posten van studies werkt.
ik denk erover om tijdens het lezen zulke dingen te posten in het forum van hollands tweede team
I won a game recently with this technique. I made it harder for myself than I needed to but saw I would promote first. From move 44 on.
wow nice pawnrace and careful queen moves
Thanks. A bishop ahead I feel like I should have made it easier, but it's nice to put the technique into practice.
i just finished a game wich ends in a nice puzzle after my move Ke6... mate in 6
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