Anything But Average

The new edition of one of our favourite books, by problemist Werner Keym, now contains 400 famous examples of brilliant games, remarkable, sometimes outrageous studies, and preposterous chess problems. The book includes a lot of subsidiary diagrams that makes it particularly easy to read. We bring you a number of entertaining examples: for instance, can you find a forced mate in two in this position? There is only one key move that will do it.

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