By Bruce Albertson, Fred Wilson
Either a desirable problem and a very good education software, those difficult tactical difficulties usually are not in simple terms enjoyable to resolve, yet nice for complicated newcomers, intermediate, and specialist gamers to take advantage of as instruments to enhance their game. strategies are provided so as of trouble, in order that avid gamers can increase from easy to complicated positions. Examples from real video games illustrate quite a lot of strategies from the classics correct as much as the present games. you will learn how to use pins, unmarried and double forks, double assaults, skewers, came upon and double exams, a number of danger tactics-and different crushing strategies as a part of their problem-solving challenges. nice stuff and enjoyable too! Illustrations. 192 pages
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But castling short is also fraught with difficulties: 14 O-O? f4 IS 16 h3 17 tLlxg4 18 fg with strong threats. 14 ef gf 15 t2Jg3 Now Black could have continued IS ... tLlxg3 16 hg b5 with a good game, but he was attracted by another possibility. 15 e4! · But in a game a quarter of a century ago the move ... e4! had been as early as move 11 (28). Kotov-Gligoric Zurich 1953 28 B In annotating Gligoric's move 11 ... e4! Bronstein noted in 'Black vacates the square e5 for his pieces and dears the important diagonal for his 'Indian' bishop ...
G4 17 'it'hl When making a move like this it is essential to have faith in one's own But this move was not so unexpected for Gligoric. As is evident from his annotations, he had already encountered a similar defensive manoeuvre in Petrosian's games. f5 18 lLlde4 ef 19 f3 20 lhf3 etc, with a probable draw. 17 ef The point of Black's combination. With the opening of the diagonal a I-h8 his begun to work at bishop full power a reliable indication in the Indian Defence of a initiative for Black. -" to freedom after 20 it'g2.
22 J:te3 54 Files and Diagonals 23 wxf3 Gligoric points out that this is stronger than 23 , .. xc3 with a probable draw. :. f3! 41 B 'iWh5! 25 The winning manoeuvre, Black strengthens his pressure on the critical square f3, and White is powerless, despite his extra piece. t;;U. Game No. e3 e5 d5 c6 b5 Black immediately operations in the centre and on the queenside, and the pawns come into contact. takes on a different appearance after 8 ... cd. In this case Black develops on his 'legitimate' the kingside.
303 Tricky Chess Tactics by Bruce Albertson, Fred Wilson