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- Zugzwang (German for "compulsion to move", pronounced [ˈtsuːktsvaŋ]) is a situation found in chess and other turn-based games wherein one player is put...
- prefer to p**** and not move. Zugzwang may also refer to: Zugzwang (musical work), a musical work by Juan Maria Solare "Zugzwang," an episode of the television...
- The Immortal Zugzwang Game is a chess game between Friedrich Sämisch and Aron Nimzowitsch, pla**** in Copenhagen in March 1923. It gained its name because...
- Triangulation is a tactic used in chess to put one's opponent in zugzwang (a position when it is a disadvantage to move). Triangulation is also called...
- opponent in zugzwang. In this example, if only the queenside pieces were considered, it would be an instance of full-point reciprocal zugzwang – the player...
- bishop. This allows the queen and knight to develop a fulminant attack. Zugzwang (German for the "compulsion to move") occurs when a player is forced to...
- (Speelman, Tisdall & Wade 1993:114). Troitsky There are positions of mutual zugzwang in the endgame with two knights versus one pawn. In this position, White...
- which is a book win, then this endgame itself is a book win. Inducing zugzwang is a crucial theme in winning simple endgames, and almost exclusively in...
- instance, if 1.Kd6?? then 1...Kf5 puts White in zugzwang and Black wins. 1... Kf5 2. Kd6! Now Black is in zugzwang. 2... Kg6 3. Kxe6 and White wins (de la Villa...
- probably have in mind is a political "zugzwang". In stalemate a player has no legal moves, period. In zugzwang he has nothing pleasant to do. Hoffman...