Black is not in the best situation here. How should Black prepare a defense so as not to lose this endgame?
There is not too much in the way of pieces on the board, but you still have to figure out how to win it for White.
Time for Black to think about his “wish list” we’ve talked about before.
This is a real Friday thinking exercise. White has a winning attack here, and you need to spend some time thinking it all the way out. It’s direct, but complex.
This position is from a game between two amateurs in New York, 1947. In Gresser-Churgin, the latter found a nice attacking plan leading to mate. Now it’s your turn to do the same thing.
We have a “simple” little mate in two for you this fine Monday morning. It will drive you crazy!