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Betcha Can’t Solve This #Chess Puzzle! 56

An equally ingenious and absurd chess puzzle by William L. Barclay from Chess Life and Review. White to move and mate in 2 (William L. Barclay, Chess Life and Review, 1972.)

A Question for Chess Composers?

My question to fellow chess composers is, “What is the preferred method of determining whether a chess composition is unique or if the composer has unintentionally duplicated someone else’s creation?“ As an example, I am including a position I recently composed to test my students at the Fremont Summer Chess Camp. As far as IContinue reading “A Question for Chess Composers?”