Black has an active queen, but White hopes to take advantage of the weakened back rank and somehow turn the tables! 🙂 It's WHITE TO PLAY. Can he win? 1.Rb2, 1.Rd2, and 1.Re2 are the candidate first moves. But which of them is the best? And why? — Dawid Przepiórka, 1920
WHITE TO MOVE AND MATE IN 2 Is this really a mate in 2, with the white king so severely exposed on b4? Well, well, well… there are more things in the kingdom of Caïssa, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy! 🙂 — Godfrey F. Heathcote (Revue d'Échecs 1904, 1st Prize)
Recently I attended a leadership meeting where I had a brief discussion with Business Unit Head about the Strategy of our company not to diversify and focus on only one specific Industry vertical i.e. Banking and Financial Services (BFS). This was about Data and Analytics capabilities. I made a point with an analogy which was... Continue Reading →
If you like Math puzzles, you will be able to solve this. If you like Word puzzles, you may not…👇 Source: A Math Puzzles Group on Internet
WHITE TO MOVE AND MATE IN 3 If you're a chess player in the habit of blundering regally — like missing back rank mates and hanging queens kind of regal — then solving this little oldie might just salve your broken confidence! 🙂 — Sámuel Goldberg, 1897
This is an interesting chess puzzle which I found on Twitter I managed to guess the correct answer but not very convincingly
Today is 25th June...which was an interesting day in 1987. Consider that date in dd/mm/yyyy format: 25/06/1987 Every digit is different! When’s the next time after that date that every digit of DD/MM/YYYY is different?