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Rd6-c6 22 Qe5xc7 Rc6xc7 23 ~ 2 . ~with 3, honours even) 22 Nb3+d4,and the annoying threat of 23 Nd4-e6+ is hard to meet (to say nothing of 23 R f l x f 6 , or 23 g2-g4 and 24 g4-95). Here 5 . 97-96 is premature, as after 6 Nd4xc6 b7xc6 7 e4-e5 the Knight must return home. 6 7 Bfl-e2 67-66 0-0 8 Bcl-e3 9 h2-h3 BcB-d7 Bf8-87 0-0 10 Qdl-dZ a7-a6 A good move, as it prevents 11 Nd4-b5,and prepares for Queen-side counterptay by 1 1 . . b7-b5,12. . Nc6-a5, 13 . . Qd8-c7 and 24 . . Na5-c4, the attack on the c-file being compensation to Black for his otherwise cramped position.
At last! Black wakes up t o the fact that the Rook must be aggresive in the endgame! 46 Position after 43. Page 48 .. RM-f6 Rg5-g7 RfS-a8+ Natural enough, but it loses. The Game 14 last drawing chance (if any) was offered by 53. . Rf2-b2+ 54 Kb4-c3 Rb2-h2 55 Re7xe6 Kb8-a7 56 h5-h6 Ka7-b6. 54 h5-h6! Rf4xd4+ 68 Ke5-d4 Black Resigns Hooper in his Practical Chess Endgames sums i t up well, when he says, 'A characteristic of this kind of endgame is the switching of the attack from wing t o wing. This i s not a random thing.
3 3 ... 974 But this is too meek! Black should try t o seize the initiative by 3 . . ~5, with this likely continuation: 4 e2-e3 Od8-b6 (with unremitting pressure on the Queen. side] 5 Q d l - c l Nb8-c6 6 c2-c3 Bc8-f5 7 d4xc5 (in order t o devel. o p the Queen Knight with gain of time) Qb6xc5 8 Nbl -d2 Ra8-c8 9 Nd2-b3 Qc5-b6 10 Ocl-d2 e7-e6 11 Bf 1-d3 Bf5-e4, with equality a t least, as Maroczy I w i t h Black) demonstrated in his game against Capablanca at New York And here if 14 . . Qc7xd7 15 Qa4xd7 Nf6xd7 16 Nd2-e4 d5xe4 (otherwise a Pawn is lost) 17 Rdlxd7, and White has a Rook o n the seventh and winning chances.