||Endgames, that is positions with only a few
pieces left, are often the hardest positions to play. Endgames, however, are
different than other positions since all the pieces need to be used. Often we
find the king to be the most active piece. Here is an example of a tricky king
and pawn endgame. Pretend you are playing White in the position.
Here are the questions:
1) Are you winning?
2) What are White's best moves?
Contributed by Lee Jones of Koala Chess Club, a division of Australian