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By Bruce Albertson, Fred Wilson

Either a desirable problem and an exceptional education device, those difficult tactical difficulties are usually not simply enjoyable to unravel, yet nice for complex novices, intermediate, and specialist gamers to exploit as instruments to enhance their game.  strategies are awarded so as of trouble, in order that avid gamers can strengthen from basic to advanced positions.  Examples from genuine video games illustrate a variety of strategies from the classics correct as much as the present games.  you are going to learn how to use pins, unmarried and double forks, double assaults, skewers, chanced on and double tests, a number of probability tactics-and different crushing strategies as a part of their problem-solving challenges.  nice stuff and enjoyable too!  Illustrations.  192 pages

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B-K4, K-B1; 13. B-R7, K-K1; 14. Kt-K5, K-Q1; 15. Kt-B4, K-B2; 16. B-K4, K-Q2; 17. K-B7, K-B2; 18. K-K7, K-B1; 19. K-Q6, K-Q1; 20. B-Kt6, K-B1; 21. Kt-R5, K-Q1; 22. Kt-Kt7ch, K-B1; 23. K-B6, K-Kt1; 24. K-Kt6, K-B1; 25. B-B5ch, K-Kt1; 26. Kt-B5, K-R1; 27. B-K6, K-Kt1; 28. Kt-R6ch, K-R1; 29. B-Q5 mate. --------------------------------------8 | ^B | | | | | | | #K | |---------------------------------------| 7 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 6 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 5 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 4 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 3 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 2 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 1 | #K | | | | | | | ^Kt| --------------------------------------A B C D E F G H Diag.

Kt-K5, K-Q1; 15. Kt-B4, K-B2; 16. B-K4, K-Q2; 17. K-B7, K-B2; 18. K-K7, K-B1; 19. K-Q6, K-Q1; 20. B-Kt6, K-B1; 21. Kt-R5, K-Q1; 22. Kt-Kt7ch, K-B1; 23. K-B6, K-Kt1; 24. K-Kt6, K-B1; 25. B-B5ch, K-Kt1; 26. Kt-B5, K-R1; 27. B-K6, K-Kt1; 28. Kt-R6ch, K-R1; 29. B-Q5 mate. --------------------------------------8 | ^B | | | | | | | #K | |---------------------------------------| 7 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 6 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 5 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 4 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 3 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 2 | | | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 1 | #K | | | | | | | ^Kt| --------------------------------------A B C D E F G H Diag.

3. Kt-QB3, Kt-KB3. If White plays P-K5 now he gains time for his advance of P-KB4, as Black's Knight must retreat. On the other hand he cannot now maintain his pawn at Q4, as he has blocked his QBP. We arrive at the following plan of development: 3. 4. 5. 6. Kt-QB3 P-K5 P-B4 PxP Kt-KB3 KKt-Q2 P-QB4 Kt-QB3 If Black were to play BxP at once, White could play Q-Kt4 with an attack on the Knight's Pawn. That is the object of Black's waiting move. White must either play 7. Kt-B3, which prevents his Q-Kt4, or 7.

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