Chess Puzzle of the Week (218): Solution

On Monday I left you with an endgame study composed by André Chéron in 1955.

I hope you managed to find the solution. If you’d like to play it through, click on any move and a pop-up board will magically appear!

Being able to play pawn ending like this correctly is an increasingly important skill.

Many of the world’s best chess teachers now agree that solving endgame studies like this should be part of every ambitious chess player’s study programme.