• 19 months ago



  • 3 years ago


    Haha checkmate is "fairly strong"

  • 3 years ago


    Wow, I wondered how this one worked. It's very challenging. 

  • 4 years ago


    At 9:00 instead of Qe5+ Ka7 Qb7+ Ka8 Qg8+ couldn't you do the easier Qd8+ Ka7 Qd4+ Ka8 (if Kb8 Qf4+ wins) Qa4+? There's a lot less to calculate.

  • 4 years ago


    Top video.thanks.

  • 4 years ago


    @ yuendat:

    Danny already made it, it's on youtube:

  • 4 years ago


    Boo  You've already covered this.

  • 4 years ago


    At 10:30, you play 1. Qd8+ and say "this one is simple," and then show 2. Qd4+ and 3. Qe5+.  But you could've just went 1. Qe5 right away and skipped the two unnecessary checks.  Qe5 forks the back rank and the a1 square, which lets the queen touch the important b1 square next move.  So "this one is simple" is actually the harder way.

  • 4 years ago

    FM gauranga

    Nice, next show how to make with knight and bishop!

  • 4 years ago


    TQ SIR...

  • 4 years ago


    Thanks Josh, a short one but a good one! 14 minutes well spent.

  • 4 years ago


    Very instructive video enjoyed the lesson Thanks

  • 4 years ago


    Great video. looking forward for the series.

  • 4 years ago


    Brilliant lecture!! This is my attempt that I did on 9th Jan against Houdini...

    Proving that however powerful the engine, or opponent, if you know how to do it, it can ALWAYS be forced Wink

  • 4 years ago

    NM iFrancisco

    KQ v KR is a very challenging endgame to win, and has even given GMs trouble in the past (try playing against a tablebase computer, it is hard!).

    I had the endgame occur once for me OTB, and could not convert it due to being low on time (<2 minutes) and lacking the correct technique. It is worthwhile to learn for any player as it may occur in one of your games someday!

  • 4 years ago


    CoolNice  Video  JoshCool

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