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AS a long way. as useful, the language of military and military laws, manuals, authentic and semi-official studies and courses has been utilized in order that this quantity can be thought of a compendium of reliable army and naval details of academic worth and curiosity to scholars, academics, and the final public.The foreign army Digest, the provider Journals, and repair Weeklies have been assets of present army details faster Bit information StockDeposit documents

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There is a rule: If the king can get inside the square, he will catch the pawn; if he can 't, the pawn will promote safely. In the diagram position l 'iWS takes the king into the square. Now 2 b5 'it>e6 3 b6 �d6 4 b7 ri;c7 (D) and Black has caught the ... pawn. a You might start analysing the position and say to yourself 'the king goes to f5 and the pawn to b5, the king goes to e6 and the pawn to b6, the king.. There has to be an easier way! ' There is an easier way. You can use the Square. A large square has been drawn on the last diagram.

Knowing that you have a perpetual check can also enable you to be brave. Imagine you are attacking. You see that you can sacrifice pieces to smash away the king's defences. But are you winning? There are a lot of variations. It's complicated. You are not sure. If you can see that you have at least a draw by perpetual check it may be worth going ahead with the attack. You can look for ways of winning as you go along knowing that you won't lose! , allowing 2'iif7+ 'iixf7 3 :xf7+ �g8 4 e8'ii'+ (D).

The black king hasn't got to c7 in time. It's White's move. He will play 6

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