Dejan Bojkov's A Course in Chess Tactics PDF

By Dejan Bojkov

The recommendation often given to chess-players desirous to enhance their effects is simple: research strategies! yet there's frequently little worthwhile information as to how this is often top performed. by way of fixing puzzle positions? Or endgame reviews? by way of dissecting the video games of significant tacticians? Few books current a established method of strategies, so this e-book fills a helpful 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 supplying inspiring examples. They then clarify how one can spot the belief on your personal video games and use it for your virtue. You instantly get an opportunity to place your wisdom to the try out, as there are hard routines in the course of the complete publication, with particular strategies. the second one a part of the ebook deals extra complicated fabric, and takes us contained in the execs strategies laboratory. the following we see how tactical issues are mixed, and hired to accomplish strategic ambitions. we're additionally proven how grandmasters spot the objectives for his or her breathtaking mixtures, which we therefore come to work out now not as sheer witchcraft, yet because the fabricated from disciplined idea and coaching.

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D6 hd6 7. d4, Maunrey - Tempelhoff, COIT. Vff d 2 ib7 14. ) 11 . . ib7 1 2 . ixf6 Vffxf6 16. f4;1;; 9 . . dS ixdS (It is weaker for Black to play 11 . . ixf6 gxf6 13. b8 (It is worse for Black to try: 12 . . id3±, or 12 . . 0. ie3 0-0 1S. c4 h6 (The order of moves is not so important. The arising posi­ tions are more or less the same af­ ter: 13 . . e2 0-0 1S. h7, Tarantino Monteiro, COIT. 1995 (or 16 . . f4. White's position is evidently preferable. He has the bishop pair and good prospects to advance his pawn­ mass on the queenside.

E3 - see 5 . . Vf1e2. e3; after 6 . . g6, Zeleic - Kisel­ Black has tried in practice jak, Tucepi 1996, White can trans­ some other moves too : pose to the Dragon variation with 6 . . g6? f4! ije5 B. Dobosz, Austria 2 0 04 and now corr. lDb5±; White can transpose to variation 6 . . Vf1dB ? e3 lLif6 10. 1Lif3 f6 and the set-up for White, which lLic6 3 . d2) would not be so logi­ White has played two more moves cal. 7 d6 - 1Wd2 and 0-0-0; In answer to 7 . . b4? , Berg 6 ... a6? - That is also a loss of time.

LLld6+ hd6 . . id2 Wb6 (or 9 . . lLld4? exd5 lLle7 13. Wxe5+-; 5 ... lLllc3 lLlf6 (In case of: 6 . . a3 hc3+, White has the additional possibility: B. bxc3 ! lLlxc3 0-0 (That is the most logical line for Black. After the frequently played move B . . Wd6 ! ie3 b6 13. lLld6 lLleB 14. 0-0-0±; while in case of B ... ih4 d6 (It seems too risky for Black to try 10 . . ig3± Santamaria - Gajate, Email 199B, while after W . . cJihU Moura - Thew, Email 2 0 0 1 - the pin is quite annoying for Black and he has no hopes of equalizing easily.

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