By John Donaldson, Philip Peterson
This new version of A Strategic starting Repertoire is either revised and extended. The strains provided right here â in keeping with 1. Nf3, 2.c4 and 3.g3 â will serve a participant good all through his occupation as they're according to reliable positional rules with an emphasis on realizing instead of memorizing.
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28 Threaten checkmate White to move. 1 33 a b c d e f g h 1 37 29 Winning a Rook Skewer check to win a rook Black to move. a b c d e f g h 139 30 Remove the guard White to move. a b c d e f g h 1 49 31 Double attack White to move. 1 53 32 Double check Black to move. 33 Discovered check Black to move. 34 Discovered attack White to move. 173 35 Give a check that forces Black to sacrifice the rook White to move. a b c d e f g h 1 77 36 Deflect the king White to move. :1 b c d e f g h 185 37 Exploit a pinned chessman White to move.
1 53 32 Double check Black to move. 33 Discovered check Black to move. 34 Discovered attack White to move. 173 35 Give a check that forces Black to sacrifice the rook White to move. a b c d e f g h 1 77 36 Deflect the king White to move. :1 b c d e f g h 185 37 Exploit a pinned chessman White to move. a h c d e f g h 191 38 Reinforce the attack Black to move. 193 a b c d e f g h 197 39 Two checks in a row White to move. � (' r g h a 40 h c d e 204 f g h Winning a rook without giving check on the first move Trap the rook White to move.
290 291 293 55 Discovered check White to move. 297 299 300 56 Discovered attack Black to move. 301 305 57 Give a check that forces White to sacrifice the bishop Black to move. 308 307 309 58 Pin White to move. 315 318 317 59 Reinforce the attack White to move. 319 323 60 Give two checks in a row to win the bishop White to move. 330 329 61 Winning a bishop without giving check on the first move Trap the bishop Black to move. 331 333 a h c d e f g h a 33S h c d e 336 62 f g h Skewer White to move.
A Strategic Opening Repertoire by John Donaldson, Philip Peterson