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Module 5. Tactics. Chess 101. Within the S quare. This tactic is critical in winning, or not losing, in this situation because many endgames come down to kings and pawns being the only pieces remaining. .

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Chess 101

  • Tactics

  • Chess 101

  • Within the Square

  • This tactic is critical in winning, or not losing, in this situation because many endgames come down to kings and pawns being the only pieces remaining.

  • If one army has a passed pawn (nothing to block or capture it prior to promotion) theopponent’s king MUST be ‘within the square’ to prevent it from being promoted.

  • If it is white’s move, he wins. 1. a6 Kd6, 2. a7 Kc7, 3. a8=Q. If it is black‘s move, he takes the pawn. 1. …Kd6, 2. a6 Kc7, 3. a7 KxP

  • The square of the pawn on a5 is three squares by three squares


Chess 101

  • Tactics

  • Chess 101

  • Within the Square

  • The square of the pawn on a6is 5 X 5. If white to move, he gets his king in the square by moving Kf6 and then marching on the diagonal to b2 to capture the pawn

  • If it is white’s move, he gets within the square.

  • 1. Kc6 and then marching on the diagonal to e3 to capture the black pawn.

  • If it is black‘s move, he will promote the pawn by marching to f1 before the white king can catch it.


Chess 101

  • Chess 101

  • Within the Square

  • 1. How can black save the game?

  • 2. What is black’s winning move?

  • 3. How does white win this one?


Chess 101

  • Chess 101

  • Within the Square

  • 1. either: …Ke4 or Ke5

  • 2. …d4+ and advance the pawnthat white doesn’t capture.

  • 3. 1. Rb4!

  • Using more than one tactic in sequential moves is very powerful.


Chess 101

  • Chess 101

  • Within the Square

Here is where YOU become a teacher!

Create, save, and turn in at least five questions and answers concerning within the square.

Make up a story, or two, about within the square.

Be creative, have fun…

…show your teacher and the world what you know about within the square!


Chess 101

  • CHESS 101

  • TACTICS: Within the Square

  • 1. What is white’s within the square move?

  • 2. How can black win?

  • 3. What is white’s within the square move?

  • 4. What is black’s within the square move?

  • 5. What is white’s within the square move?

  • 6. What is black’s within the square move?

  • 7. What is white’s within the square move?

  • 8. What is black’s within the square move?


Chess 101

  • TACTICS: Within the Square

  • CHESS 101

  • Kd4 or Kd5

  • Ka4 of Kc4

  • Ke1 or Ke2

  • Kf4

  • Ke4

  • Kd5

  • Kd3 or Kd2

  • Ke6


Chess 101

  • Tactics

  • Chess 101

  • Discover Moves

  • A discover move is when a friendly piece is moved which then allows anotherfriendly piece to attack the enemy. If the moved piece also attacks the enemy it is a form of double attack.

  • White can win material with a discover check if he moves the bishop to e3 or g7.

  • White has a discover check if he moves the knight anywhere. It’s also a discover double check if the knight moves to d7 or h7.


Chess 101

  • Tactics

  • Chess 101

  • Discover Moves

  • White is down in points, black can checkmate (Qg2++) but it’s whites move. White turns the game around by: Bb5+ or Bf3+ and capturing the black queen.

  • Black is in trouble but it is his move. He wins the game as follows: 1. …Qg2+!!

  • 2. KxQ Nf4+ (twice!) 3. Kg1 Nxe2++

  • It ain’t over ‘till its over. -Yogi Berra


Chess 101

  • Tactics

  • Chess 101

  • Discover Moves

  • White is materially winning by three points but black has a game changing discover move.

  • 1. …Bb2+

  • 2. K x B R x Q

  • White has a nice discover check that wins the black queen

  • 1. Ne7+ either the Black king moves or Q x N

  • 2. B x Q


Chess 101

  • Chess 101

  • Discover Moves

  • 1. What discover move by white leads to the capture of black’s queen?

  • 2. How does white ‘discover’ a victory?

  • 3. Black to move…but not lose the knight! Why?


Chess 101

  • Chess 101

  • Discover Moves

  • 3. If after blocking the check (with either the f or g pawn) white must defend against: …B moves anywhere and checkmate!

  • 1. Nc6+

  • 2. Rxb6+ Rd5

  • 3. BxR++


Chess 101

  • Chess 101

  • Discover Moves

Here is where YOU become a teacher!

Create, save, and turn in at least five questions and answers concerning discover moves.

Make up a story, or two, about discover moves.

Be creative, have fun…

…show your teacher and the world what you know about discover moves!


Chess 101

  • TACTICS: Discover

  • CHESS 101

  • 1. What move is white’s game winning discovery?

  • 2. What move is black’s queen capturing discovery?

  • 3. What move is white’s discovery?

  • 4. What move is black’s discovery?

  • 5. What move is white’s discovery?

  • 6. What move is black’s discovery?

  • 7. What move is white’s discovery?

  • 8. What move is black’s discovery?


Chess 101

  • TACTICS: Discover

  • CHESS 101

  • e7+

  • Nf3+ (Discovery check by bishop and attack on queen by knight)

  • d6+

  • Bc2+

  • Nd7+

  • d3+

  • Ba6+ or Bf5+

  • Ne3+ (double check with knight and queen)