A Month of Studies: Part 3
Another week goes by, and my efforts to create chess beauty continue. Once again, I have failed to create true beauty on the chessboard. This week I began with slightly more "original" ideas, ideas that I have not found in other studies. However, I think I understand why more composers don't experiment with similar positions, as there is just much less scope for creativity and depth. Once I had finished my work with these, therefore, I transitioned to minor piece endings, where there is a lot more stuff going on. Along the way, I also created several small problems that cannot really be full-fledged studies. But they make me pause and perhaps reevaluate my goals with this month. I am not creating a few perfect studies, but I am generating a lot of content despite its lesser quality. Anyway, enough boring text, let's play some chess.
This one has a cute finish and a paradoxical opening, but is not particularly deep.