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# Daily Calculation Exercises - Day 52 | Winning defense

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Today's 10 exercises were created from my Titled Tuesday game against FIDE-Master Thomas Thiel from Germany.

How could white win?

What is the best option for white?
How to react to Qb5 check?
How can black win?
How to continue?
How to attack?
What is the strongest move?
How can black increase the pressure?
What is the only good move for black?
I missed this move which gives a good advantage for black:

I wish you enjoyed the exercises. Please use the patterns in your games!

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If you would like to improve your calculation I suggest you 2 great courses:

Tactics Ninja: Something unbelievable and funny. The editor Lily, being 1,200 on chess.com, raised her online rating by 100 points in 2 weeks, just by looking through the videos of this course when she was editing them.

Mating Matador: Mastering mating patterns is the next step to get better at tactics and become a dangerous attacker. It often bridges the gap between a strong attack against the opponent's King and victory. So once you become better at sniffing checkmates, your attacking skills naturally improve.

I was the coach of the month and you can read an interview about it

I was the coach of the month and you can read an interview about it at https://www.chess.com/article/view/coach-of-the-month-im-attila-turzo

I am available for chess lessons.

If you would like to study with me please send me an email to attilaturzo@gmail.com where you write about your chess history and chess goals.

See you tomorrow!

Attila

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## International Master and Chess Coach Attila Turzo

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