In this and the next video, I offer 5 exercises to test your knowledge of the previous five pawn endgame videos. Each exercise is meant to help review and deepen your understanding of the concepts that I went over in the previous videos, as well as to nuance and strengthen your ability to approach difficult pawn endgames as a whole. Enjoy!
5:40 Capablanca, Tuckerman Endgame
10:50 Rubinstein, Leonhardt Endgame
19:00 Polgar, Bareev Endgame
29:17 Tipary, Portisch Endgame
40:30 Smyslov, Dyslin Endgame
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Hey Daniel, I found a different move in the Rubinstein game and according to the engine it's also winning. The first move is the same: f6 gxf6, but then instead of Kd5, you can play Kf5. If black then plays Kg7 we play Ke6 and black is forced back from defending the f6 pawn, if black instead plays Ke7 we play Kg6 and we will be capturing the h6 pawn. When I plug this into the engine, one of the lines it suggests is for black to go for a5 instead and white is forced to play bxa5 and a pawn race ensues. According to the engine this is still winning for white.
I love your videos danya
Just "solved" all of these (I say "solved" in quotes because I had to play through a couple of the variations instead of calculating the entire line in my head). Man these puzzles are awesome. Thank you for showcasing these, and although I didn't complete the puzzle in its entirety, it was still a blast to go through. I am going to go eat breakfast now, as it is nearly 11:00
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Best explanation of triangulation I have ever witnessed, thank you Dana.
I just set up a nice new chessboard, so I figured I'd try to solve the puzzles otb rather than on a computer. I waited for the first puzzle, paused, set it up, and tried to solve it. It seemed super straightforward: white could clean up black's pawns with check, and had a pawn that could promote without much trouble. I pressed play, and immediately hear Daniel talking about how difficult these puzzles are. Going back to the puzzle, I wrack my brain trying to figure out a defense for black. Finding nothing, I decide to start the video again. A moment later, Daniel flips the board, and I realized it was supposed to be a puzzle from black's perspective, not white's.
I hope you will make video about rook endgame too…
On the first game you put a position from white's Point of View, you talk some, then you just switch the board and it turns out it's actually black to move and win, and you proceed on describing the whole solution. That's a rather confusing way to post a riddle.