White to move and mate in 2(Hyacinth Agnel, 1868).
White to move and mate in 3 (by Andre Chéron, Hamburgischer Correspondent 1930). Stumped? Perhaps you would benefit from a free introductory lesson ($40 value) with Chris Torres on Wyzant. Claim your free lesson today. Just use Coach Chris’ link: https://is.gd/u5bIVd
Black looks close to victory but white has one saving combination. White to move and mate in 7 (Giambattista Lolli – N.N., Italy 1763.)
White to move and win.
Today we look at a beautifully crafted endgame study that is always a favorite at chess camp. How should white proceed? (Puzzle by E. Cook, 1927.)
E. Pogosiants (1935 – 1991) was a very prolific puzzle composer who created some surreal but very compelling compositions. His masterpiece below has one of my all time favorite solutions. White to move and mate in 7.
Black to move and mate in 5 (Gilles Andruet vs. Boris Spassky, Bundesliga 1988).
Much simpler but very pretty. White to move and mate in two (Александров, Владимир Александрович, Kubbel 100-MT, 1992).
A certain heavy hitter solved Puzzle 23 in under 10 seconds so today I have raised the bar. White to move and draw (Á. Rusz & M. Minski & S. Nielsen, Magyar Sakkvilág 2017, First Prize).
White to move and mate in 3 (Puzzle by: Yuri Voronov, Kursk 01/01/2000).