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2014-07-28 05:51:35
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1Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-28 08:55:47
Thank you very much my friends! I sincerely hope that all of what we do here together will be interesting, useful and good for all of our team! Your friend: Georgi (Cyprus)
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From now on only here will be our course:
\'\'For those with a rating greater than 1900\'\' (every Wednesday). Until recently - in next Wednesday! Good luck!
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2Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-30 05:57:25
Let us remember our last task in our course:
For those with a rating greater than 1900 - our course (2):
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Here the whites on the move. How do you assess the position in this debut? How you will play with the whites now?


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How would you play now?
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This is the answer from this task:
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Note:
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This task was correctly decided by kai2011.
This is the answer from this task:
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- Yes: That blacks was playing the suicide (11...e5?). The good moves here are: 11...Nf7/ 11...a5/ 11...Rb8/ etc.
- Yes: After: 11...e5? - now: 14.Nc4! - this is the strongest move and the white will win!


r1b2rk1/pp5p/3b1qpn/3pnp2/2N5/1P1BPN1P/PBQ2PP1/2KR3R b
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HGFEDCBA



This is the game:
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Jose Raul Capablanca (1:0) Jaime Baca Arus
game of the day Jan-30-05) Havana Blindfold Exhibition (1912)

http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif

Wonderful Capablanca\'s game , which needs no comment!
Good luck!
Tomorrow expect your new task!

3Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-31 03:46:50
For those with a rating greater than 1900
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The new lesson:
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A queen against a knight, a bishop and three pawns!
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A mathematical equality! (A queen against a knight, a bishop and three pawns.) However, a chess players with have a rating greater than 1900 \'\'immediately will smell\'\' that the black king is in danger. However, the open position of the white king assumes the draw the most likely outcome of this game. Excellent moves for white look: 1.Bf1 , 1.Ne4 , 1.Ne2 and especially: 1.Bxa6 and the draw seems that is not far!Just as an example: 1.Bf1 Qf6 (or: 1...Kf5 2.Nd5!) 2.Bh3+ Kf3 3.Bg2+ Kg4 4.Bh3+ = Draw!
But white to move and will win, as if by magic:
1.Be2 +! Kf5 2.Nd5!! (Oooo! What a scary number!)


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2...Qxe6 (or: 2...Qe8 3.Bd3+! and the whites will take the blacks queen , or: 3.e7! - for other setbacks of the black queen and the whites will win easily) 3.Bd3+ Kg4 4.Be4!!


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(This is the second surprise! No: 4...Qxe4 5.Nf6+ = 1:0 , now the whites threatens with: 5.Ne3x) 4...Qh6 5.Nf4!


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(Now the whites threatens with: 6.Kg2/ 7.Nd3/ and 8.Nf2x)
5...Qf6 6.Nd3!!


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(Splendid! The horse not only scared of mate (from e5, or from f2), but also protects the white officer and prevent the black queen to give a chess (from f2)!)
6...Qxd4 7.c6!!!


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(\"Thunderbolt!\'\'Now the black queen and black king can not move!)
7...a5 (if: 7...Qxe4 8.Nf2+ = 1:0)
8.b5!


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(The latest wrinkle! No: 8.bxa5? Qb2+!


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and draw with perpetual check or stalemate: (after: 9.Nxb2)!)
and stay a little longer:
8...a4 9.b6 a3 10.bxc7


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10...Qxe4 (or: 10...a2 11.c8=Q+ with a mate.) 11.Nf2+ Kf3! 12.Nxe4 a2!


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13.Nd2+!


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and 14.Nb3 = 1:0. (Victory!)
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4Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-31 04:00:50
Read more for:
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\'\'For those with a rating greater than 1900\'\'(every Wednesday) - our course(2)
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Here\'s your new task:
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Here the whites on the move. How you will play with the whites now and to win?


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White to move and win! How would you play now? I will expect your answers and your opinions in \'\'For those with a rating greater than 1900\'\' (every Wednesday) - our course(2).
Good luck! Georgi
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5Russian  kai20112014-07-31 04:02:47
It looks like magic and I need some time to realize this position!-

6Russian  kai20112014-07-31 10:10:27
Georgi! These amazing positions are from actually played games or these are chess problems? In the first case, hats off to the players, in the second - to the author!
My move 1. Ra5+
If 1. ...b5 2. Rb5+ 3.c4+ and so on...
But after 1. ...Ke4
I say... The Magic begins!
Very useful lesson, my friend!
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