Chess - Tactical reasons

Chess - Tactical reasons

Hermes
Fool - Pillsbury Pillsbury's fool sees a tower mate to the king on the edge of the board, adjacent to a corner house. A bishop supports the fool, preventing the king from escaping to the corner of the board. Pieces of the same color as the king who receives the fool prevent it from escaping to houses not controlled by a bishop or tower. This fool is similar to Morphy's fool, but uses the tower to go mad, while Morphy's fool uses the bishop. #chess #fool #crazy #madman #Pillsbury
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