King and Pawn endgame title

A very important concept in King and Pawn endgames is a rare timing maneuver called ‘triangulation’. This happens when a piece (usually the King) takes two moves to reach a square that it could have been reached in one move - in effect losing a tempo.

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Try yourself a triangulation endgame mate below. You have white pieces, move first and should be able to win easily.

King + Pawn
Rook + Pawn
Queen + pieces
Pieces + Pawn endgame

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