© Copyright 2011 Jonathan David Whitcomb  1) Only A B C   2) Only A B C E 3) Only D E F 4) A B C D E F 5) Only B E 6) D E F G H 7) All eight are key squares End Game KP 30 Before placing the two kings on the board, let’s consider which squares are the “key squares” for this simple king and pawn end game. Also remember that the pawn is advancing towards the top of the screen, according to common chess diagrams. In this situation, a key square is one on which the white king sits and white can win, regardless of where the bl. king is or whose move it is, as long as the pawn is not immediately captured. A B C F D E G H