# Geometry - the kingdom for the Knight

The following two studies are awesome examples of chess geometry. In positions in which geometry occurs, pieces are placed in such a way that the knights can take advantage of that and create beautiful forks, nets, double attacks etc. The puzzles are beatiful but not that easy, so take your time. Enjoy.

• 5 years ago

Knights are where I dominate in chess, so this was real fun.

I find my opponents overlook their importance.

• 5 years ago

Very Nice !!!

• 5 years ago

:)

• 5 years ago

To quote my old HS pals those puzzles were "Cool as a mouse!"

• 5 years ago

I have an entirely new appreciation for knights.

• 5 years ago

Thanks for clearing that up Juraldo really helped.

• 5 years ago

Those puzzles were really cool. When you know the theme they are really easy though.

• 5 years ago

oh boy!!!

• 5 years ago

The first puzzle had me laughing out loud. Such fun!

• 5 years ago

They were amazing.  Shows how powerful the knights can be.  Far beyond my brain!

• 5 years ago

I thing in puzzle one White may have draw by repeating of position if Black continued to try and force White to exchange to gain forking chances. All and all nice practice for calculating chances

• 5 years ago

fun puzzles!!! Thanks for showing them.

• 5 years ago

Those were fun!  Both those queens could sure run!  But they couldn't hide.

• 5 years ago

I see these 2 puzzles caused some confusion. Why is the queen not taking our free piece? Well the answer is because our knight always forks the queen and king.

Everything clear? :)

• 5 years ago

I agree, i could also make "beautiful" geometry if my opponent's queen never took the undefended piece i was attacking her with...

could someone please explain what i have missed in these puzzles?

• 5 years ago

those are siik!!

• 5 years ago

I didn't quite get the purpose of the lesson, its more just knowing where a knight can go and how to manipulate pieces to go to a more beneficial place for a fork. Also why couldn't the queen just take the piece that was chasing it in both puzzles? or was that just to show how to get the piece to get into position?

• 5 years ago

math! I always miss the kights. something to remember

• 5 years ago

math in chess...excellent!!

• 5 years ago

Nice puzzles! Something to remember during games.