Black to play and mate in 5 David Bronstein, playing Black, produced this superb mate in 5 in a blitz game! Your clock is ticking… how quickly can you find the solution? Solution If you enjoyed that puzzle you might also enjoy Bulletin 80 which showcases more of Bronstein’s brilliance.
Over the summer there have been a few warm up matches played as we all get used to playing real chess again. Paul Errington (Bournemouth) and Eric Sachs (Poole) report on two over the board matches between Bournemouth and Poole Chess Clubs played in September, the first one at the Winton Liberal Club, which is […]
White to play and win As regular readers will know, I am an admirer of Troitsky’s studies. Here is another. After White’s first move, there are three different lines to explore, two of which leads to clever, quick and different mates. The third line is longer and shows Troitsky’s genius to its full as he […]