Showing a willing attitude, he built on a fair comeback outing at Kempton 19 days ago to edge out Zugzwang
by a head under a forceful drive from Luke Morris.
BATH OWNER Simon Treacher did not attend this fixture and must have been ruing the business meeting that kept him away as Quinta Feira, Zugzwang
and Akavit carried his colours to victory, writes James Burn.
Borisov claimed that these steps were called zugzwang
in chess, adding that Bulgaria had no opportunity for a beneficial move and any move would be disadvantageous.
Eduard Marquez published two books of poetry in Spanish before writing Zugzwang
(1995), his first work in Catalan and the source of the fictions that appear here.
Brady may have been in zugzwang
when he chose to write this book.
In its threat to use force against the Libyan government, the international community put Muammar Gaddafi into what chess aficionados call zugzwang
knight]g5 and Black is put in a zugzwang
(9) with checkmate to follow.
His works include The Second Prison (1991), Overthrown by Strangers (1992), The Catastrophist (1997), Havoc, in its Third Year (2004) and Zugzwang
Kh1 (white is going to find himself in zugzwang
very shortly); 32.
- (chess) a blockade position in which any move is disadvantageous to the blockaded player.
As a chess player, I was flattered to see that, thanks to New African and its gorgeous sister publication, African Business, I was credited with an elegant usage of the chess terminology, zugzwang
, cited by various websites, lauding its usage as a contribution to the development of the English language.
(zoog-zwang)--the crush experienced by passengers on German railway platforms as they rudely force their way onto a train when the doors open [a blockaded position in chess]