dinsdag 26 februari 2008

The pattern for the black king and knight against the white queen
The pattern for the black king and bishop against the white queen.

donderdag 21 februari 2008

Phaedrus zei...
I also want to wellcome you to the blogosphere. I think I got the first series of patterns. The green squares where the squares whera a rook could be succesfully double attacked by a queen. I did not get these patterns though. Neither did i get the following knght patterns. Could you help us out, because just as Temposchlucker I am very much into patterns and scanning.

maandag 18 februari 2008

Pattern for the Black King and Rook vs the White Knight.

6. If the King is in the central square (c6,f6,f3,c3 red/white) apply the first 2 figures/rules.

Some more figures

Dear knights,

I’ve started my training with step 1. After some moves I’ve realized that there is a pattern, and I want to share it with you. It will certainly help you in the endgame and will reduce your need to calculate.
1. As you can see the green fields are mined.
2. Your Rook is save in the “shadow” of the king.
3. On the Diagonals emerging from the King, the Rook is also save.
4. If the King is on the edge you can also apply a similar rule with the “shadow” and diagonals! Take a good look at the 4! squares between the "shadow" and the diagonals.
5. Try it out and find the rest for yourselves.
The Caquetio Knight