Download e-book for iPad: Chess: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games by László Polgár

By László Polgár

The such a lot entire selection of chess difficulties ever released, together with 5,334 educational occasions, provided by means of the world's prime chess teacher

Chess analyzes greater than 5,000 specific educational occasions, many taken from actual suits, together with 306 difficulties for checkmate in a single circulate, 3,412 associates in strikes, 744 friends in 3 strikes, six hundred miniature video games, one hundred forty four uncomplicated endgames, and 128 event online game mixtures. Chapters are geared up via challenge kind. each one challenge, mix, and online game is keyed to an easy-to-follow resolution in the back of the publication, so readers can research as they move. greater than 6,000 illustrations make it effortless to determine the probabilities any place might carry. The booklet additionally comprises the elemental ideas of the sport and a world bibliography.

Chess is the last word publication on profitable the game. 

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Bxh7! Rxe6 Black resigned. 41 APPENDIX D At the GM Fest at St. John’s school in Vancouver on July 4, 2004, young Valentina Goutor played Swedish GM Pia Cramling to a win in GM Cramling's 28 game simul, after she made a desperate Exchange sacrifice, and GM Cramling missed a critical exchange of minor pieces. , GM Cramling simultaneous, St. Bf4 {Standard opening move and develops the Bishop. ), Nc3 (develops the Knight), a3 (frees Bf1). h5 {better would be c6 securing b5; or either Nh5 or c5; but e6 would overprotect d5.

Qf2? {White lines up Rook and Queen on a7-g8 diagonal with Black having King's Bishop at b4 and c5 open. Rxg6) 45 Now the continuation of the Sacrificial Waterfall. cxb3 Bc5! Rfe1 Qxd3! Rxd3 Bxf2! Rc8+ {game drawn on move 50} 1/2-1/2 46 EXHIBIT F In this game, playing Black, I combined an En prise sacrifice of a pawn as a Decoy sacrifice followed by an Exchange sacrifice. The Exchange sacrifice acted as a Line Clearance sacrifice to open the a-file to allow movement of the Black King deep into White's space to force a win.

37 White to play and win. Those unaware of the rules of Shatranj, should know that this was the game of Shatranj, as chess was called in that time - a game, very similar to the game of chess as it is played in our times, but with differences: the game knows elephants, who jump two squares diagonally, and generals, who move one square diagonally. ["The array is similar to that of Orthodox Chess [or modern chess], with Elephants replacing Bishops and Generals replacing Queens. html)]. Now, in the present position, the nobleman, who played the white pieces, was to move, expecting to be mated on his opponents return move.

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