By David Bronstein
I purchased this publication for 2 purposes: Brontein's identify and sections 2 and three. Bronstein is legendary for plenty of designated features: enable the Champion, Botvinnik, break out with a draw; misplaced to Spassky through King Gambit in a Soviet Championship; a number of 12 months later beat Tal(!) in a KG (again) in a USSR group championship; meditating the 1st circulation as white for greater than 30 min ahead of making it! he's the 1st is to exploit the child, QID, and Gruenfeld broadly in his video games. Like Nimzowitsch, he by no means is afraid to check his innovation on the chessboard. He performs the child both brilliantly in either colour. something that took a celebrity from the publication ranking is he isn't the writer; the writer makes use of him as a specialist and makes use of so much video games from Bronstein within the booklet. Now the second one cause. this can be the 1st time, I observed a e-book, that explains using every bit at each situation in the course of the beginning, part 2. in truth, this can be applicabale to so much all openings. simply the order is necessary in every one, and timing is the main the most important one. In part three, the writer 36 commonplace strikes for black items, then 24 std strikes for black pawns. After that, white's flip with 36 std strikes for items, and 24 strikes for black. How basic! now not realy. the proper series, and process needs to be skilled with; like enjoying for K-side, Q-side, or middle thrust through scan and private variety. strong ebook! want Bronstein wrote a few preface or advent and a few of his "best saved secrets and techniques within the KID." extra issues for experimenting with the child. Fischer and Kasparov use them too!
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We3 h3 White cannot fight against two passed pawns on the b- and h-files. 0-1 45 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 a b c d e f g h Exercises 4 a 46 b c d e Exercises a b c d e f g h a b c d e f g h a 47 b c d e f g h Solutions Ex. 4-1 Ex. '®'b3 a6!? dxc5?! lt:Jc3 14 �xflt! Diagram Ex. 4-1 Diagram Ex. 4-3 •.. (1 point) 1 4 ... b4? e3±. (1 point) It is right to hang on to the strong bishop. tl:lxb5 Wfa4= Another possibiliry is 20 ... �b8 with compensation for the pawn. �b 1 ? �xb2? '®'d1 t-+ . bxc3?? •. Ex. 4-2 . Lautier 1J2-1J2 Malmo 1 999 Ex.
1 point) 58 Solutions After the exchange of pawns there is nothing Black can undertake, since his king must take care of the white pawns on the kingside. (42 ... 2:l:b2+- (Mihoci). 'tt>xh5 is now possible, because 42 ... b8�+-. f4 fails to 34 ... axb3 a3-+. This means that White is left without any counterplay and Black can safely continue to strengthen his position. 42 J�b8 43. 'it>g7 1-0 •. 'it>d3 Ex. h5 'tt> e 6!? 'it>c4?? 41. �c2?? bl�! �xb l stalemate. �c2! 'tt>xa3+-) 2 ... �c3! 'tt> b3+-) 3 ...
C5 breakthrough. To emphasize the importance of being able to prepare ... ih7 Diagram 4-2 • A similar position has been reached. Black may have saved on the move ... c6, but he has invested his tempo in the moves ... e7 and ... 0-0. These moves are useful, but the advance ... c5 is often more important. c4 White can try to make ... id2, intending 10 .. ia5. g3 in similar fashion: 2 ... ig2 'Llf6 (Black can also take on c4 straight away: 3 ... ixc6t? ig2 ib7. I have altered the sequence so that we can discuss various options over the next few moves.