By Dejan Bojkov
The recommendation usually given to chess-players desirous to increase their effects is simple: examine strategies! yet there's frequently little helpful information as to how this can be top performed. by way of fixing puzzle positions? Or endgame reviews? by way of dissecting the video games of serious tacticians? Few books current a based method of strategies, so this booklet fills a precious area of interest within the bold avid gamers library. The authors current each one significant tactical topic in flip, explaining the way it works and offering inspiring examples. They then clarify how one can spot the belief on your personal video games and use it in your virtue. You instantly get an opportunity to place your wisdom to the try, as there are hard workouts in the course of the complete booklet, with designated options. the second one a part of the e-book bargains extra complicated fabric, and takes us contained in the pros strategies laboratory. the following we see how tactical subject matters are mixed, and hired to accomplish strategic pursuits. we're additionally proven how grandmasters spot the ambitions for his or her breathtaking combos, which we hence come to work out now not as sheer witchcraft, yet because the made from disciplined suggestion and coaching.
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Kdl t Kd7 24. Qf5t Kd8 25. Ne6t Ke7 26. Nf4t Kd8 with a draw by perpetual. 14. NfgSt KgS 15. Qd3 c6 16. Rf3 Nbd5 ReS 17. Ran Nb4 IS. c4 19. Qb3 Na6 19... Rh5! saves. 20. c5 Rb4 KbS 21. Nf4t 22. Ng6# 1-0.  Farrand-Rumens Eng/and (ch) 1977 Black should try 7... c6, intending 8... Nb6. S. Nxe4!? bxgS 9. NxgS e6 10. Bxe6 Qe7 11. Nlf3 Nb6 Bxe6 12. 0-0 Kt7? 13. Nxe6 After 13 ... Qxe6 14. ReI Ne4 15. Ng5 Qd6 16. Rxe4t Be7 17. Qg4!? Qxh2t 18. Kf2 Rf8t 19. Ke2 White has a strong attack upon 19... Nd5 (19 ...
Bxf6 exf6 S. e3 Be6 6. Bd3 Qd7!? 7. Nf3? The wrong strategic plan. Black's King's wing must be immobilized by 7. Qf3! Nc6 8. Nge2 Bd6 (if 8... g5 9. h4! g4 10. Qg3 and Nf4) 9. Nf4 Bxf4 10. Qxf4 Nb4 1l. 0-0-0 Nxd3t 12. Rxd3 0-0 13. h4 and White stands slightly better. 7. S. Ne6 O-O? This is another strategic mistake. 8. Qe2, followed by 9. 0-0-0, was still playable. Now Black achieves 33 Dutch Defense: New and Forgotten Ideas a very strong attack. 8. 9. Qg7t with an inevitable mate. gS! hS Bd6 b6 a3 b4 Na4 11.
Nf3? The wrong strategic plan. Black's King's wing must be immobilized by 7. Qf3! Nc6 8. Nge2 Bd6 (if 8... g5 9. h4! g4 10. Qg3 and Nf4) 9. Nf4 Bxf4 10. Qxf4 Nb4 1l. 0-0-0 Nxd3t 12. Rxd3 0-0 13. h4 and White stands slightly better. 7. S. Ne6 O-O? This is another strategic mistake. 8. Qe2, followed by 9. 0-0-0, was still playable. Now Black achieves 33 Dutch Defense: New and Forgotten Ideas a very strong attack. 8. 9. Qg7t with an inevitable mate. gS! hS Bd6 b6 a3 b4 Na4 11. 12. Nb2 White desperately tries to organize some counterplay.
A Course in Chess Tactics by Dejan Bojkov