Ever since the age of 11, I have experienced the deep mysteries and beauty of The Royal Game.
Just as with Mathematics, through teaching and learning I have enjoyed helping to make Chess more easily accessible for thousands of adults and children.
I also wish to continue that happy work via this website.
Here is a list showing the locations of all the chess puzzles which I have posted so far:-
Math/Chess Brainteaser 1 in Blog Post #1: One Family;
Chess counting puzzle & Morphy’s mate in 2 in Blog Post #2: Friends Forever;
Chess Brainteaser: Mate in 3+3/3 moves in Blog Post #3: Gifts For All;
Checkmate Time! in Blog Post #4: Angels;
Sneaky Chess Trap! in Blog Post #5: St. Andrew;
Check On Your Mates! in Blog Post #6: Kindness;
Forced Mate In Four Moves in Blog Post #7: Gifted;
Giant Chess! & Professor Max Euwe in Blog Post #10: Peaceful Fishermen;
Two chess training puzzles in Blog Post #11: Good Secrets;
Chess Tactics Puzzle Position in Blog Post #12: Talents;
Check For The Best Way in Blog Post #13: Differences;
Chess in the Lions’ Den! in Blog Post #14: Brothers, Sisters, Children, Champions!;
A Chance Not To Be Missed In The Mist! in Blog Post #15: Mountains;
Level 99 Chess! in Blog Post #16: Cloud 99;
Don’t Be Greedy! in Blog Post #17: FAITH+FATHER=HEAVEN;
Persevering At Chess in Blog Post #18: Perseverance;
The Right Time Is Now! in Blog Post #19: H2O 20202, A FRESH 2nd CHANCE TODAY;
Taking On Karpov! & Quick Quiz Questions! in Blog Post #20: From Belgium With Love;
A to Z Chess Tactics & Warned: Beautiful but Tricky! in Blog Post #21: Everyone Is Invited;
Only One Is Needed in Blog Post #22: Loved Ones;
Red-Hot Chess Thoughts in Sicily! in Blog Post #23: Neighbors;
Ranks as a Chess Brainteaser! in Blog Post #24: One True Treasure Beyond Measure;
1 Chess File Missing, but it’s Checkmate in 2+7-1 ways! in Blog Post #25: 3x3x3 Peace for You, Me and Everybody;
Mate in One, with Two Files Missing! in Blog Post #26: Father And Mother, I Love You;
Look at the Rooks! in Blog Post #28: Perfect;
Some of my favourite chess positions from “The Modernized Reti” by International Grandmaster Adrien Demuth feature in Blog Post #29: Refreshing Reading;
Below: GM Adrien Demuth
Below: WGM Erika Sziva who runs De Beste Zet chess shop www.debestezet.nl
Checkmate in a mere 3 moves!! in Blog Post #30: 110% NOT BY CHANCE;
A cracking 14-move win against a grandmaster by my very dear friend Tim Upton (19.12.1958-10.1.2018) is included in the tribute Tim, A Truly Gentle Giant (published on 15.1.2018);
Checkmate in only 33/11 moves! in Blog Post #33: Moments In Time;
Blog Post 34 Checkmate: Do We Need 3 moves, or 4? in Blog Post #34: LOVING DAY;
Winning Chess In Kortrijk, Puzzles 1 & 2 in Blog Post #37: Iedereen Is Belangrijk;
Invisible White Knight! in Blog Post #39: Sharing;
Mate in 4 on April 4th! in Blog Post #41: We Can All Be Winners;
What a Beauty! in Blog Post #42: Happy Anniversary!
It is Black to play and win, basically by force, in a beautiful way.
Quick computer chess game in Blog Post #45: Fresh Ideas;
Great books feature in Blog Post #46: Chess Gems Galore from Thinkers Publishing!
“Thank you for teaching me chess!” in Blog Post #47: Magical Music;
MATERIAL MATTERS LESS puzzle in Blog Post #54: Happy Easter!
There also a dose of chess in Blog Post #55: Hello, Friends!
It’s Black to play and win in the following position
which features in Blog Post #58: Happy Birthday, Aunt Sheila!
We have an invisible knight, quick checkmate puzzle in Blog Post #59: Family Fun!
We have another invisible knight challenge in Blog Post #60: For Sarah
There’s a checkmate bonus puzzle in Blog Post #61: For Christopher & Kristina!
There’s another checkmate bonus brainteaser in Blog Post #62: For Ruth, Diana, Micky, Phoebe, Charlie &…EVERYONE!
There’s a Happy New Year Checkmate puzzle in Blog Post #63: Wishing Every A Very Happy New Year 2020 !
We have a Cute Checkmate Challenge in Blog Post #64: For Haley, Myriam, My Little Sister, Peter The Great AND a school pussy cat!
There’s a neat chess puzzle (that recently caught out a very strong grandmaster) in Blog Post #65: For Dear Colleagues Kate and James