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Original(?) endgame problem #1

My image folder contains a huge number of problems that I have encountered over the years. Most of them I have seen at professionals’ study meetings and are originally from existing problem collections, but I also have a habit of taking photos of game positions that could be shaped into new problems with a bit of fine-tuning.

This problem is …

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Endgame’s third dimension

Endgame theory books generally focus either on move value calculations or endgame tesuji. While these both are of course important – calculations for figuring which move to play first and tesuji for cultivating a sensitivity to key moves and weak points – they miss out on a third aspect that I feel is just as important.

During an actual game, …

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