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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of zugzwang

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  1. the zugzwang (German for compulsion to move) the zugzwang is a really cool word,
  2. Rule 6: Look out for German Words It might sound odd, but terms like zugzwang
  3. the zugzwang that is known as the beast of the endgame. Too often have we seen games ending in
  4. So, when you are in zugzwang, kids, dont panic.
  5. Often in zugzwang, your enemy wins that particular move, but mostly you end up winning the game.
  6. plays f5 through zugzwang in this position now I'm not sure yet there was
  7. zugzwang territory here rook d5 where G phrase prompted and that G
  8. Zugzwang, navigate your opponent by forcing him to move, directly into your area of defense.
  9. Next, we have Zugzwang, which is a German word that means It is your turn to move,
  10. In this game, white plays the waiting move, rook to d8, placing black in Zugzwang.
  11. to this sort of pawn move. Black is very close to just being in zugzwang. I guess there could
  12. Also warten wir auf den richtigen Moment, aber man kann Wolken sehen, und wenn wir zu lange warten knnte es regnen, wir stehen ein wenig unter Zugzwang
  13. Zugzwang, navigate your opponent by forcing him to move, directly into your area of defense.
  14. it's called zugzwang
  15. And now, for example, in Munich you have an exhibition at Haus der Kunst, which is called Zugzwang.
  16. You worked with the musician Alexis Chan on Zugzwang in Munich.
  17. if for example king to f6 going for the pawn i go king g4 black is in something called zugzwang
  18. if i play rook c6 here it's also a zugzwang he gets to go here takes and then rook d6
  19. In chess, it's called Zugzwang, when the only viable move, is not to move.
  20. I want to dedicate this public Q&A to a question I got from Zugzwang Zwischenzug...