Monday, 6 June 2022

Looking for Mate in 2's

 One form of chess that seems to still exists mainly on paper rather than online is the Mate in 2 (or more) problems. And by that I mean proper Mate in 2 problems, rather than easy tactics which result in a fairly obvious checkmate after 2 moves.

While lots of players find such problems weird, they serve as an excellent training tool. Accurately calculating the first 3 moves of any sequence of moves reduces your chances of making a blunder significantly. And if you can spot the likely move quickly, then how you sort your candidate moves will also improve. 

But as the title says, finding an online (rather than a printed) source is proving difficult. Suggestions accepted with thanks.

1 comment:

Lachlan said...

this one is there if you are okay with kindle format the physical copy might be more expensive