By Alex Raetsky, Maxim Chetverik
During this basic booklet, establishing theoreticians Alexander Raetsky and Maxim Chetverik return to fundamentals, learning the elemental ideas of the Benoni structures and its many adaptations. in the course of the ebook there are an abundance of notes, tips, and warnings to assist enhancing gamers, whereas key thoughts, rules, and strategies for each side are basically illustrated.
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How would you go about this? Chapter 4: Exercise 16 D Flear • Andruet Athens 1989 White to Play Any suggestions for White? 57 Test Your Endgame Thinking Chapter 4: Exercise 17 D Azmaiparashvili • Flear Belgrade 1988 Black to Play What result and why? Chapter 4: Exercise 18 D Boleslavsky • Ragozin Moscow 1947 White to Play Can you find a way to reach zugzwang? 58 Intermediate Level Chapter 4: Exercise 19 D Capablanca • Janowsky New York 1916 Black to Play A famous case of Black resigning in a drawn position.
1. ) 2 h711e1+ 3 ~d711d1+ 4 ~e811el+ 5 ~f811hl 6 ~g7 Now it is White's king that is rather well placed! Are you ready to get down to some serious solving? Read on! Hints can be found in Chapter Six. Solutions and detailed endgames are to be found in Chapter Ten. 49 Test Your Endgame Thinking Chapter 4: Exercise 1 o Short • Nunn Brussels 1986 White to Play White has a material advantage but Black has active play around the white king. Should White still be looking to win or is it time to bailout with a draw?
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Benoni Starting Out by Alex Raetsky, Maxim Chetverik