This Chess Endgame is WEIRD 09.03.2023 This Chess Endgame is WEIRD Post navigation PreviousNext 209 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments after king F6 the black king can simply go C7 Reply question how do the pawns stack behind eachother Reply This doesn’t work in 500 elo Reply After white moves king to e6 black should play king to c7 protecting de c pawns Reply Meanwhile, the odds of 2 pawns being on the same file in a game are incredibly rare. Reply After Kf5 why black king didn’t go to b4? Reply come on stop trying so hard, I'd call this a draw straight ahead Reply black king b4 === b3 ==== b4 after make queen black win the game Reply Because the black King wouldn't take control of the open C7 square and just let the White King in?.. Reply Why can’t the black king just go back and forth on a5 and b6 Reply why would the black king retreat to A7? instead all he needs to do is advance to the C7 square and from there he can hold out the opposition Reply How the hell you got 2black pawns in ONE COLUMN Reply Thanks for sharing. I liked the strategy Reply Black is not loosing here it's actually a draw if the white play it right cause if the king move to f6 black Kc7 and it's impossible for white to win he can only make a draw. Reply It is a draw 🤣🤣 Reply Me wondering why we don't just advance around the pawns or something Reply black king: are you approaching me? Reply So if I'm ever in this situation I just have to hope black does these exact movements? Reply Why not go to c7? Reply This is why double pawn is a bad pawn structure Reply You know it's good when you don't understand it Reply I wouldn't have guessed f5. My brain hurts 😫 Reply Black King should just go A5 and A6 so he can move to b6 anytime to not lose the opposition Reply Dvoretsky endgame position! Reply After f6, why doesn't the black king go to f7? (With the idea of looping around to gobble the white pawns from behind?) Reply nadie hace esos movimientos subreales Reply white f6 black a5. problem solved. Reply Dvoretsky is the real deal Reply WHY CANT THE PANW JUST TAKE HIM OUTSRY CAPS Reply Why not white play D6, and then D7 White D6, Black B6, White D7, Black B7, White D8, Black B6, White C8 and then same step with video Reply Why not do king C7? Reply I would rather draw or resign Reply why would black go KB7 instead of KC7 grabbing some space for perpetual Reply Isn't kd7 is check? Reply Let me show you what doesn’t work. Immediately plays the move I would have Reply black pawn moves TWO spaces and boom queen Reply i won a game with 3 great moves Reply I didnt understand how the black king couldn't move C7.. Reply In first place, why not to go king around C7 to not let white get in? Reply Thank god I now know what to do if I end up with this board and also know what my opponent is thinking! Reply the king can not move to d7 because of pawn it blocks it from moving there Reply Can someone explain to me why the black king cant just take the white pawns?Im so confused Reply King f5 is a draw, check stockfish Reply задача из учебника эндшпиля Reply King c7? Reply This is a draw , if you play for black you wont let the white's king come closer , for sure! Reply Black could easy draw or even win this game. For draw just move black king up an down the two squares b7 to b8. For a win, go around the outside and capture the white pawn in front of the two black pawns. Reply I can just go for 50 MOVES to draw Reply What if the black move the same place Reply Put it on the table, i will beat you as black Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.