## Online Chess Endgame Puzzle #44

Here is another chess endgame puzzle where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s white to play. See if you can find the correct move. The answer will appear in my next post.

Posted by Onchessstrat on Mar 30, 2009 in advanced chess puzzles, chess endgame puzzles, chess endgame strategies | 0 comments

Here is another chess endgame puzzle where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s white to play. See if you can find the correct move. The answer will appear in my next post.

Posted by Onchessstrat on Nov 28, 2008 in chess endgame puzzles, chess endgame strategies, intermediate chess puzzles | 0 comments

The answer is for black to play B-d5. White is virtually forced to play Kxd5, then black queens his pawn on h1. If white queens his pawn on a8 he loses to K-f2 check. Any other move by white instead of queening the pawn and black simply picks up the lone white pawn.

I hope you found the answer. Look for another new chess puzzle in my next post!

Posted by Onchessstrat on Nov 17, 2008 in chess endgame puzzles, chess endgame strategies, chess strategies, intermediate chess puzzles | 2 comments

Here is another chess endgame puzzle where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s black to play. See if you can find the correct move. The answer will appear in my next post.

Posted by Onchessstrat on Nov 8, 2008 in advanced chess puzzle, chess endgame puzzles, chess endgame strategies | 0 comments

The answer is for white to play R-c1 check. Black plays K-e2 and white checks again with R-c2, forcing black to take the white rook and allowing white to queen his pawn.

I hope you found the answer. Look for another new chess puzzle in my next post!

Posted by Onchessstrat on Oct 29, 2008 in advanced chess puzzle, chess endgame puzzles, chess endgame strategies | 0 comments

Here is another chess endgame puzzle where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s white to play. See if you can find the correct move. The answer will appear in my next post.

Posted by Onchessstrat on Oct 22, 2008 in chess endgame puzzles, chess endgame strategies, intermediate chess puzzles | 0 comments

The answer is for black to play Q-a1 check. White has two moves, either Q-c3 or K-e3. If he plays Q-c3, then black plays Q-g1 for checkmate. If white plays, K=e3, then the same Q-g1 move now wins white’s queen.

I hope you found the answer. Look for another new chess puzzle in my next post!

Posted by Onchessstrat on Oct 2, 2008 in chess endgame puzzles, intermediate chess puzzles | 1 comment

Here is another chess endgame puzzle where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s black to play. See if you can find the correct move. The answer will appear in my next post.

Posted by Onchessstrat on Sep 3, 2008 in advanced chess puzzle, chess endgame puzzles, chess endgame strategy | 0 comments

Here is another **chess endgame puzzle** where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s black to play. See if you can find the correct move. The answer will appear in my next post.

Posted by Onchessstrat on Aug 26, 2008 in advanced chess puzzles, chess endgame puzzles, chess strategies, chess tactics | 0 comments

The answer is for black to play Q-e2, check. If white plays anything except K-b1 or K-b3, he loses his queen. If K-b1, then Q-d1 is checkmate. If K-b3, then Q-d3 is checkmate.

I hope you found the answer. Look for another new chess puzzle in my next post!

Posted by Onchessstrat on Aug 19, 2008 in chess endgame puzzles, chess endgame strategy, chess strategies | 0 comments

**chess endgame puzzle** where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s black to play. See if you can find the correct move. The answer will appear in my next post.