By Reinfeld F, Chernev I
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Thorough class of 23 mating occasions, together with Legal's pseudo-sacrifice, the double cost, smothered mate, Greco's mate, the hall mate, and so on. research from 127 video games via Tartakower, Janowski, Rubinstein, Blackburne, others, illustrating positional maneuvers resulting in those buddies.
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When Black has nothing better emy king, whereas a bishop check has than far less power. 36 ... �xg5. In this specific instance, we can see to give up his queen with 34 ... tas! that White has the devastating threat of 32 li'h6+ followed by 33 'it'xg6+ tearing up the black kingside - if the bishop and queen were the other way round there would be no threat at all. Simi larly, White's rook can chomp on e6 at an appropriate moment, keeping up the pressure, whereas if the white queen were in front then capturing the pawn would lead to an unwelcome exchange of queens.
F5! An extreme form of a well-known Black has managed to ward off the power play device: the threat of mate evil of 37 J:IgS which can be answered on e7 is combined with an attack on the by 37 ... lLle4. However, disaster now black queen. strikes from a different direction. J:If7 42 J:Ixe7+! C3 'iWC4 reply. The second point is much deeper Geller has had to calculate and assess a rook sacrifice. 13 ... lLlxf6 14 lLldxe4! b3! The bishop attacks e6 through the black queen. When you are convinced that you have a strong initiative and the oppo 14 ...
Black hopes that by challeng material balance now changes sharply your in White's favour, and Ponomariov blunder and then you watch as your Here Morphy is ready to open the was unable to save himself despite a hands play all the right moves to necessary avenues of attack with gain the bishop on c8. In reality he is open long and tough rearguard action: checkmate him. g7 knight, and then 17 e5. id6 :fdS 39 lia5 �gS collapses, the white rook on dl and crying out for some lines of attack. Morphy-Amateur New Orlea ns 1858 Evans ' Gambit ing the e4-pawn he will activate his rook on f8 and create more scope for bishop on a3 gain considerable energy other words, he is doing Morphy's through embarrassing the black queen work for him.