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 JoshSpecht - Chess Lesson: Checkmate w/ King and Rook [4:59]
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Another excellent tutorial.

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Good video. I can mate with King and Rook with no problem, but doing it efficiently has been a problem. I always cut off a row at the time and never thought about cutting off row and ranks.

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Glad you liked it!

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Good video, but I wonder if someone who isn't versed in opposition would understand the subtle rook moves quite as well as someone who does. I dunno, just wondering.


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 Re: JoshSpecht - Chess Lesson: Checkmate w/ King and Rook [4
I am registered to this web page but I am not able to see the tutorials. Could someone teach me how I can see them.

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It would be helpful if you describe in more detail what you are trying to do. What link are you following? (etc)

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