fast-checkers

First Position

Black White

Image 1 - White wins

Black White

Image 2 - Black moves


Image1 is an edition of 1st place, from 1756, believed to be the most significant family of conclusions in the game of checkers.

White gets to move. Very soon he/she will be able to possess 2 kings. On the other hand Black continues to contain merely king, this may have to look for shelter in the dual corner 32 and 28. Furthermore Black gets a piece. With great skill and patient white will have to compel that portion towards the identical twofold corner. Subsequently, the twofold corner will turn out to be too packed. By the way, if Black is able to acquire his part towards the left (towards 13 or even 21), he gets an effortless draw.

In case, you are not interested in studying this conclusion now, at any rate gain knowledge of recognizing 1st place, make out that it’s a victory, as well as recognize that it’s complicated. Every one of these images is representative of 1st place. Glance at them. Furthermore bear in mind that it functions merely if the part with 2 kings gets the move.

From image1, let us start: 6—1 25—22 1—6 22—26 (22—18 or may be 11—7 WW) 6—10 26—23 11—7 23—27 (3—8 10—15, 23—27 15—19, 27—32 7—3 8—12 heads to a similar spot but moves needed is less) 7—2 27—32 (27—23 otherwise 27—24 may be same) 2—7 32—27 7—11 27—24 10—15 24—27 15—19 27—32 11—15. Now it is time to glance at image 2;

Image 2 is effortlessly accepted as 1st place. Let us observe what occurs in case Black unwisely moves 3—7, 19—16 32—27 16—12 27—32 (27—23 15—11 WW) 12—8 7—11 15—19 WW.

Now return to image2, as well as oppose better; 32—27 15—18 27—32 18—23 32—28 23—27 28—32 19—23. Now it is time to glance at image 3.

Black White

Image 3 - Black moves


White is making an attempt to compel Black to make the move 3—8. Hence, let us not make the move 3—8 till we need to. 3—7 misses the part speedily to 27—24.

Let us carry on from image 3; 32—28 27—32 28—24 32—28 24—20 23—19 (23—18, 20—16 18—15 16—11 no win no loss) 20—24 19—15 24—27 15—18 27—32 18—23. Furthermore this is image 4;

Black White

Image 4 - White moves


In image 4: Black at last ought to move 3—8. After that White will have to retreat. Let us think about what might have occurred if Black made the move 3—8 in the first place. White might subsequently have pushed 8—12; exactly as we very soon will see. Moreover Black might merely have accelerated his own failure.

By the by, in image4, if the part occurred being on 2; as an alternative to 3; at that time Black can draw without difficulty by means of 2—6—9—13.

Enduring from image 4; 3—8 28—24 32—28 24—19 28—32 19—15 32—28 23—19 28—32 19—16 8—12 16—19, image 5;

Black White

Image 5 - Black moves


Image 5 appears similar to image 2, except for that the part has completed 2 moves. Hence 32 moves were required to achieve this.

From image 5, 32—28 (32—27, misses right at the moment) 15—18 28—32 18—23 32—28 23—27 28—32 19—23: image 6;

Black White

Image 6 - Black moves


From at this instant, White will have to be extra cautious; 32—28 (12—16 27—24 16—20 24—27 assists White) 27—32 28—24 23—18,(32—28 24—19 no win no loss) 24—28 [12—16 is similar to move prior to image 8] 18—15 28—24 [12—16 15—11 16—19 32—27 28—32 27—31 32—28 11—16 WW] 32—28, image 7;

Black White

Image 7 - Black moves


From image7: 24—27 [24—20 15—11 12—16 28—32 16—19 32—28 19—23 11—15 23—27 28—32 WW] 15—18 12—16 [27—32 loses the game straight away] 28—32 27—24 18—15; image 8;

Black White

Image 8 - Black moves


From image 8: 16—20 [16—19 32—27 WW otherwise 24—28 18—22 16—19 32—27 28—32 27—31 32—28 11—16 19—24 16—19 WW)]15—18 24—19 32—28 19—16 [20—24 18—23 WW] 18—23 {more comfortable now,} 16—11 23—19 11—8 28—32, 8—11 32—27 11—8 27—23 8—11 23—18 11—8 18—15 WW: at last, 92 moves after.

Various gamers will have got to learn dissimilar matters from this piece of writing. Bear in mind; 1st place is a triumph which has taken several moves.

Which places kowtow to 1st Place; response; two kings [by means of the move] alongside king in addition to a part. The portion can not break out to the distant face of the panel. The king can not get away to the conflicting twofold corner [the one "at the rear" of the piece].

The modus operandi: drive the part to press forward by freezing the emperor. The king as well as the piece can not both accommodate in the twofold corner, as a result the emperor is pushed out, wherever his state of affairs is desperate.

In addition to, both participants have to be cautious!

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