Chess kaleidoscope by Anatolii Karpov, Y. Gik

By Anatolii Karpov, Y. Gik

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D3 ± . b5 +­ White first won the a3-pawn and then later the game. Jlxf61 ± This weakens B lack's kingside pawn struc­ ture and purifies the favorable imbal­ ance, which is often good. This is also a good example for rule # I : what re­ mains on the board is more important than what is exchanged. White's dark­ squared bishop might look strong, but B l ack's f6-knight is also useful. So White correctly decided to exchange on f6. 1 This plays into White's hands, as his knight wants to go to c4 anyway.

30 ... �f3 f5 B lack's pawn majority is mobile, while White's is b lockaded. �f3 4)e4 B lack appl ies the wel l-known endgame strategy: do not rush. Jld7 �e7 4 1 . �e3 4)c31? Provoking a weakness. -'tb5 �f6 45 . c6 g5 B lack finally plays his trump. Ac8? • This allows the undermining of White's queenside. Ae8 was more tenacious. 50 ... £. a4 c3 58. �e3 4)e4 0-1 Exercises (E23) Macieja,Bart/omiej (2618) ­ Dominguez,Lenier (2661) Bermuda (7), 06. 2005 B B lack to move. (One point) Solutions begin on page 1 58.

L"k3 2 7 . E! a l E! a8 2 8 . b 5 4Jbd7 a n d B l a c k h a s good draw i ng c h ances because of h i s s t r o n g k n i g h t s . 2 6 ... § a S 2 8 . § c 7 � f 8 29 . §b7?! 2 9 . �g2 4Jed7 3 0 . f4 was more prec i se as the rook is we l l placed o n c 7 . �g2 �e8 3 l . £ld7 32 . §c7 �d8 33 . §c2 a51 B l ack wants to e l i m i ­ n ate h i s weakness, b u t h e w i l l a l ­ w a y s h a v e to guard t h e b - p a w n . �f3 • • . • • 41 4 1 . . h 5 ! 4 2 . g x h 5 ( 4 2 . g 5 �e7) 42 . 4Jc4 tzlxc4 4 5 .

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