By Dejan Bojkov
The recommendation often given to chess-players wanting to increase their effects is simple: research strategies! yet there's usually little helpful suggestions as to how this is often most sensible performed. by means of fixing puzzle positions? Or endgame reports? by way of dissecting the video games of serious tacticians? Few books current a based method of strategies, so this ebook fills a precious area of interest within the formidable avid gamers library. The authors current every one significant tactical subject in flip, explaining the way it works and delivering inspiring examples. They then clarify how one can spot the belief on your personal video games and use it on your virtue. You instantly get an opportunity to place your wisdom to the try out, as there are demanding workouts through the complete publication, with designated strategies. the second one a part of the ebook bargains extra complex fabric, and takes us contained in the execs strategies laboratory. right here we see how tactical issues are mixed, and hired to accomplish strategic pursuits. we're additionally proven how grandmasters spot the objectives for his or her breathtaking mixtures, which we therefore come to determine no longer as sheer witchcraft, yet because the fabricated from disciplined suggestion and coaching.
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Dxe4? 10 dxe4 lOxe4 loses to 11 lOb4. e6, when Black's artificial set-up is ready to be undermined. 10 exd5! cxd5 11 d4! e4 12 lOg5 and Black's position is already beginning to creak, for example 12... 0-0 (12... xd5 14 lOxe4! e8 15 "bl! Rabinovich, USSR Ch 1924. lOxd5 171Ogxe4 (17 lOxd5 "xg5) 17... a3?! f8 improves) 20 1i'd2 "f8 21 b4! abl lOb6 (22 ... b31Oc4 24 "d3 a5 (after 24 ... xf6 1-0. Wc7 91Obd2 0-0-0 is another unusual choice which cannot really be recommended. deS 12 :tcl h5 13 lOd4! e7 19 e4!
In fact, White's forces are performing in complete harmony. Indeed after 22 ... d6 24 liJc4! bS (not 24 ... 'i'cS runs into 26 lLle7+) 25 l:ta6 Black could have thrown in the towel. f) 12 ... h3 is also worth investigation) 14 ... h3 l:teS, DraSko-Matulovic, Tivat 1994. With his queen and bishop aiming at g7, White wants to start chipping away at the kingside, but the threat to the e2-pawn seems to be enough to keep Black on level terms. hS?! e5 21 lLlxe5 'i'xe5 22 "xe5 lLlxe5 is equal) IS ... e5 a draw was agreed.
Having already sent a pawn into enemy territory, most players are happy to invest a few moves simply bringing out their pieces. We will look at the alternatives in some detail: a) 3... g6 has independent signiftcance. White's best move now is pure Reti: 4 b4 - the standard dual-purpose thrust of the b-pawn. White stakes a claim for space while undermining the support of the d4-pawn. ~g7 S d3 eS 6 lLlbd2lLle7 7 ~g2 0-0 8 0-0 lLld7, SchekachevLobron, Linares 1996. White's game plays itself: 9 a4 l:tb8 10 ~a3 :e8 II bS (D).
A Course in Chess Tactics by Dejan Bojkov