Download e-book for kindle: Analyse To Win: Visualising Victory by Byron Jacobs

By Byron Jacobs

ISBN-10: 0713478047

ISBN-13: 9780713478044

Inspired through Alexander Kotov's Think Like a Grandmaster, chess columnist and foreign grasp Byron Jacobs has created a method that trains avid gamers to imagine methodically in regular over-the-board occasions. He focuses in particular on supporting them to research safely and make feel of complicated positions--precisely these facets of chess the place video games are gained or lost.

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A4 34 '§'xf5 a3 (for 34 . . ,§,a8 - see the game) 35 '§'f7+ � g6 is also insufficient : A) 36 ,§,a7 � f5 37 � f3 ,§,c8 38 Ad2 (38 ,§,a6 Ae7) 38 . . ,§,b8 ! (38 . . Ac5 ? 39 ,§,a6 Ae7 40 A b4 +-) ; B) 36 e6 ! a2 37 f5+ � h5 38 Ad4 and Wh ite is winning, for example 38 . . � g4 39 � d3 � f4 40 '§'xf8 ! '§'xf8 41 e7 '§'b8 42 f6. However, Kamsky missed an excel lent op­ portunity to beg i n pursuing the opponen­ t's rook: 33 . . � g7 ! 34 '§'xf5 (as indicated by Viorel Bologan , after 34 ,§,a6 A b4 35 A b6 ,§,c8 36 A x a5 ,§,c2+ 37 � d3 ,§,a2 38 ,§,a7+ � g8 39 A b6 ,§,xa7 40 A x a7 � f7 41 Ae3 i> e6 White has hardly any winning chances) 34 .

F¥xd4 - cf. 2 1 . . 'f¥xd4) 24 Ae6 ! fxf2 26 'f¥g6+) 2 1 . . xa2 25 � e6 � c6 26 ttJ xfB � xfB � . a4 (23 . . a1 Axd4 (24 . . axa2) 24 ttlf3 ttl b6 with fu l l compensa­ tion ; A41 ) 20 . . fc8 2 1 Ac4 'f¥xc4 (2 1 . . aa4 24 ttl xg5 ± ; 1 998 >l'���_. . �h8 N ot 22 . . xf7 A xd4 24 Ae5 A x e5 25 'f¥d5 +- . Now it looks as though White's 43 My Favourite Variation rook is trapped and that his attack was in­ correct, but I had prepared a surprise for my opponent. ix e5+ 32 d x e5 �xe5+) 30 .

A xd1 21 � d8+ ge6 22 gxe6 � h8 23 ge8+ Af8 24 �f7+ � g7 25 A xf8+ � f6 26 ge6+ � f5 27 A h6 tWxd4 28 �d6+ � g4 29 ge4+ +-) 21 tWxe1 A xd4 22 Ac1 ! tWf6 (22 . . A xf2+ 23 tWxf2 tWx c4 24 � h6+ �g7 25 A b2+ �xh6 26 � h4+ A h5 27 tWxc4 +-) 23 � h6+ � h8 24 � xg4 Axf2+ 25 �xf2 �xa1 26 � b2+ 1-0 (Shulman -Oral , Ostrava Cup 1 998). a 6 5 4 3 2 For the two sacrificed pawns White has the two bishops (whereas Black lacks his im­ portant dark-sq uare one) and a big lead i n development. Also, the e7 pawn i s weak and it is difficult to protect it.

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