A beautiful study in a little different way

introuble2

I had somewhere in my pgns a beautiful study, possibly by Alexey Troitsky but can't confirm it, and I wondered if it would be possible to avoid the easy way of opening the solution or going immediately in analysis, but still keeping a solving mode. So I've made a way that also could be an exercise for our visualization, as the code works by entering the move notation.

Try it here

https://www.chess.com/news/view/an-endgame-study-in-a-different-way#aaa

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white to play and win in 5 moves


2nd study & try https://www.chess.com/news/view/a-1930-troitzkys-study#aaa

3rd [best I think] https://www.chess.com/news/view/a-1931-great-troitzkys-endgame-study#aaa


 

introuble2

glad you've like ithappy.png

I've improved a little the choices so one can use only mouse in an other Troitzky's endgame study.

Check it here

https://www.chess.com/news/view/a-1930-troitzkys-study#aaa

White to play and draw. 6 moves

introuble2

I think best concerning layout and as a study too.

https://www.chess.com/news/view/a-1931-great-troitzkys-endgame-study#aaa

 

White to play and win ~ 5 moves