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White to play and win White to play and win White to play and win 2411. F. Prokop 2412. F. Prokop 2413. II. Rinck Tribuna, 1924 Ceskoslvensky Sach, 1927 Tourney in Hungary, No. 2408. 1. Hfl Nl> 3 2. Rbl Rd4+ 3. Ke3 Rb4 4. Rb2 Ka4(a5) 5. Ra8+ Kb5 6. Rb8+ Kc4 7. Rc2+ . Tbe quiet preparatory move 4. Rb2 is interesting. White takes advantage of the paralysis of Bfack's pieces. No. 2409. 1. Rfl + Ke7 2. Re3+Kd7 3. Rf7+Kc6 4. Re6 + Kb5 5. Rb7+ Kao 6. Ra7 3. . . . Kc8 4. Bc3 + Kb8 5. Rc6 . No. 2410....

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Ra7 Qc8+ 6. Kf2 Kg8 7. Rg7+ Kf8 8. Rh7 Kg8 < J. 10. Rh8+ 3. . . . Qg8 4. Kfl Q18+ 5. Rf7 Qe8(d8, c8, b8) 7. Rb7+ Kg8 8. Rag7+ Kf8 9. 1. Kcl Qa8 2. Hb7 Qa2 3. Rf3 c3 4. Rxc3 13 6. Rbl+ Qxbl + 7. Hxbl+ Ka2 8. Kc2 + 3. Rb2+ Kal 4. Rbl+ Ka2 5. Rh2+ Ka3 6. 1. Rg6-f- Kxh5 2. Rxg4 hlQ 3. Rg7 Kh6 4. . Rge2Qfl 6. Rh2+ Kg5 7. Rdg2 fa 8. R12 + + . 1. Rcb6 Qa4 2. Keo Ka2 3. Rb2+ Ka3 4. Rbl Xe6 . 1. Re7+ Kd8 2. Rd7+ Kc8 3. Rc7+ Kb8 4. 5. Ra7+ Kb8 6. Rhb7+ Kc8 7. Ra8+ ....

Index Of Composers

(Numbers refer to end aine studies joint studies in parentheses) 2076, 2483, 2521 Adamson, H., 185 Afanasyev, G., 1672 Agajanyan, A., 1111 Aizenshtat, M., 113, 265, (2(i7), 360, 427, 565, 602, 639, 648, 656, 712, 3185, 1196 kerbloiri, A., 199, 1055, 1704, 1813, 1814, 2487 Aleksandrov, It., 320, 451, 452, 515, 519, 1620, 1754 Altena, G- van, 794 Alyoshin, I., (586), 1116 Amelung, F., (182), 218, 232, 480, 533, 584, 894, 1605, 1606, 1698 Anderson, K., 2266 Andreyev, N., 241, 557, 640 Ashurov,...

Qdp

Kling's endcame study) the initial ones. For example, compare No. 912 by an anonymous composer, in which two Rooks emerge victorious against one, with J. Kling's No. 1446. It is easy to see their outward resemblance in No. 1446 the Queen stands on a8 instead of Black's Rook. As a result of the replacement a sccond variation appeared 1. . . . Qc8. Thus, a new method for domination by two Rooks over the Queen arose and fouud broad application in endgame composition...

Babich Chess 1951

Whito to ploy and win White to play and win White to play and w Whito to ploy and win White to play and win White to play and w No. 1774. 1. BI6+Ko8 2. Rd2 Qgl-h- 3. Rg3 Qb6+ 4. Rd6 Qa5 5. Nc5 Qc7 6. Be6+ Kf8 7. Bl,6-f- with mate 2. . . . Qg4 + 3. Ng5 Qc8 4. Ne6 . No. 1775. 1. Bg3 + Ke4 2. Nd6+ Kf4 3. Bh2 Qb4 4. Rh34- 1. . . . Kc4 2. Nd6 + Kb4 3. Bc5 + Kxc5 4. Nb7+ . No. 1776. 1. Bh2+Ke4 2. Re3+Kd4 3. Bgl Qa5+ 4. Be5+ Kxe5 5. Nc4+ 3. . . . Qb5+ 4.Kxl,6Qxh6+ 5. Be6+ 1. . . . Kf5 2. Bf3+ Ke6 3....

Two Rooks And Minor Piece Trap Two Rooks And Minor Piece

This line-up without PawDs is considered a draw, but tbe outcome frequently depends on whose move it is and the activity of the pieces. Nos. 2477-81 illustrate this. No. 2477. 1. Rf7 Kc8 2. Be6 Kb8 3. Rh7 Ka8 4. Rh7 Rhg8 5. Rxd8 Rxd8 6. Bd5 Kh8 7. Rb7 Kc8 8. Be6 4. . . . Rde8 5. Bd5 Kb8 6. Rb3 Kc8 7. Bb7 1. . . . Kc6 2. Bb5 Kc5 3. Rc7 Kb4 4. Rc4X. Neue Leipziger Zeitung, 1933 2nd Prize Neue Leipziger Zeitung, 1933 2nd Prize

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Rwp

White to play and win White to play and win White to play and win 9. Qg54- KI2 10. Qc5-j- Kg3 11. Ne2-j- Kg2 12. Qd5-j- Kh2 13. Qe5 Kg2 14. Qe4 Kh2 15. Qh4 Kg2 16. NI4 Kgl 17. Qel 2. . . . Ke7 3. Qc7-t- Kffl 4. Ne4- Ke6 5. Qd6 Ki7 6. Qd7 Kg8 7. Qd8 Kh7 8. Ng5 Klt6 9. S17 see No. 2116 . This is an endgame with rich content arid a difficult solution. After the subtle 4. Qe6 White grips Black's King in pincers, which leads in the end to the capture of the Queen or mate. The same pincers method is...

Rook And Minor Piece Trap Queen

A Rook with a minor piece can put up a successful battle against the Queen in positions where they can cooperate closely. In such endgame studies there arise various Queen-trapping motifs that are well known from the two preceding chapters. Endgames for trapping the Queen by Rook and Knight are classified in Table 30. The division into two main groups, A with sacrifices and B without sacrifices , is to a certain extent arbitrary to simplify the classification. Some endgame studies that have no...

Lgl

Bohemia, 1906 4-Man Tie for 2nd Prize Bohemia, 1906 4-Man Tie for 2nd Prize 4. Bf3 Kh4 5. Qhl Kg3 6. Qg2 Kf4 7. Qd2 1. . . . Qh4 2. Qc5 Kf4 3. Qc3 Kg4 4. Bf3 Kh3 5. Qel . No. 2280. 1. B Xe5 K xeo 2. Qb2 Qd4 3. Qb8 Qd6 4. Qh8 Q16 5. Qh2 Kd4 6. Qb2 . No. 2281. 1. d6 Kxd6 2. Be8 b2 3. f7 hlQ 4. 18Q Kd5 5. Bc6 KXc6 6. Qa8 1. cd 2. Bd5 Kxd5 3. 17 h2 4. f8Q hlQ 5. Qa8- . No. 2282. 1. Qf5Qb7 2. Qc5 Ka8 3. Qxa5 Qa7 4. Qd5 Qb7 5. Qc4 Ka7 6. Qd4 Ka8 7. Qa4 Qa7 8. Qc8 Kb7 9. Qc6- Kc8 10. Bb6 . No. 2283....

Dxj

White to play and win White to play and win White to play and win 6. Rd6 Be6 7. Rc6 . The main variation leads to the trapping of the Knight in a position of mutual zugzwang, and this lends the endgame its interest. No. 575. 1. Rf3 Ke4 2. Rxf2 Kxe3 3. Re2 Kd3 4. Re8 Bfl 5. Rf8 Be2 6. Rd8 . No. 576. 1. Bd7 Ng7 2. gh Bxh7 3. Rh8 Kh6 4. Bg4 a4 5. Kd2 a3 0. Kc3 Kgfi 7. Kb3 Kh6 8. Kxa3, and White wins by transferring the King to e7- No. 577. 1. Rg8 Be5 2. Bf7 Kh6 3. Rg6 Kh7 4. Rg5 Nd6 5. Bg6 Kh6 6....

Tt

White lo play and win White to play- No. 1593. 1. Rd7 KaG 2. Nxc5 Kxa5 3. Rd8 Qb2 4. Ra8-t- Kb6 5. Nxa4 ba 6. Rb8 3. . . . Qal 4. Nb3 ab 5. Ra8 3. . . . Qe5 4. Ra8 Kcc 5. Nd7 d3 . The unquestionable value of this endgame consists in the combination of two analogous variations in which the Queen is trapped by opening up the b and a files. No. 1594. 1. Rd7 Ka6 2. Nc5 - Kxa5 3. Rd8 Qb2 4. Ra8 Kb6 5. Na4-H ba 6. Rb8 3. . . .Qe5 4. Ra8 Kb6 b4 5. Nd7 d3 4- . In its structure it resembles the...