A Reason To Interfere

benws
benws
Feb 28, 2009, 4:06 PM |
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I've decided I should actually try and do something with my blog. Laughing I'm not a very good teacher, but maybe I can provide some new ideas you guys have never thought of before. So today I'll talk about INTERFERENCE.

It's best illustrated with an example:

Therefore, interference is by definition when the defender is forced to block himself. He has a choice of moving two of his pieces to a critical square, but they both block the other's operations and soon,the defender will have to raise the white flag. Now try to solve this one: