By Valeri Beim

An skilled coach and grandmaster explains key rules of chess method and pondering tools in chess. His 'recipes' contain: tactical rules within the middlegame; liquidation to the endgame; the means of analysing adaptations; inverted pondering in chess. Readers are awarded with new methods of chessboard concerns that might support them increase a deeper knowing of the sport. each bankruptcy comprises gorgeous examples of the topics, including difficult workouts the place you could positioned your new insights to the test.

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P. B. 9. K. R. P. two squares. Q. P. two squares. JV. B. 10. and checks with the Rook and with the Pawn, (a) P. takes K. JV. K. B. K. to his Kt. second square. It. Kt. , II. IV. Q. checks on the adversary's K. fourth B. K. Kt. interposes. square. 12. IV. K. R. P. takes K. Kt. B. Q. takes K. R. P. 13. JV. B. Q. takes Q. K. takes Q. 14. JV. K. B. takes Q. , and White remains with seven Pawns against four. If, iustead of this move, you were to play your Q. to K. B. second square, he could uot avoid being checkmated three moves.

11. W. Q. (c) It versary's takes Q. , &c. would be much better to move the K. Kt. to adK. Kt. fourth square, and then third square. to adversary's K. 8 DAMIANO. THIRD GAME, i. IV. K. P. two squares. B. The same. 2. JV. K. Kt. to B. K. B. P. one square. its B. third square. 3. IV. K. Kt. takes K. P. B. K. B. P. takes K. Kt. 4. /F. Q. cheeks on B. K. Kt. P. one square. the adversary's K. R. fourth square. 5. JV. B. Q. takes K. , and checks. Q. to K. second square. 6. JV. Q. takes K. R. B. Q. takes K.

Checks on her R. fourth square. its 13. W. Q. B B. Q. interposes, (a) to her B. fourth square. (a) It would save time if the K. Kt. P. were moved two squares, imtcad of interposing the Q. B. DAMIANO. 14. IV. B. Q. Kt. P. two squares. Q. to her B. third square. 15. K. B. to adversary's Q. Kt. fourth square. B. Q. to her K. Kt. third square. IV. 16. W. B. Q. takes Q. K. R. P. takes Q. 17. /r. B. Q. Kt. takes Q. B. , and checks. Loses Q. R. and the game. DAMIANO. SECOND GAME. JV. K. P. B. two squares.

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