January 2007 Tactics Time Column: Quiet Move

Randy Reynolds also authored the Jan 2007 issue of Tactics Time, and did a fantastic job.  This time Randy abandoned the upside down answer key.

The first puzzle features a nice “quiet move”, which is nice, since most tactics problems tend to involve really forcing moves.

Other puzzles include the “in between move”, stalemate (always one of my favorites), underpromotion (another great one), knight forks, discovered attack, and even a composed problem – another first for Tactics Time!

Enjoy!

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January 2007 Tactics Time Column






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