Wednesday, May 02, 2007

They're Coming Home!
Just a reminder from your friendly chess blogger. Two connected pawns on the 6th rank will win against a lone rook for as long as the defending King cannot help. Here's an example: 1. c7 kf3 2. Ke1 ke3 3. kd1 rc4 4. b7 and it's all over. You may also placed the rook on the any square on the 6th rank, and the result is the same.


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