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2014-07-28 05:53:41
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1Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-28 08:58:58
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:
\'\'Play along with great masters!\'\'(every Monday).Good luck!
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2Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-28 12:59:24
Let us remember our last task in our course:
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Play along with great masters! - our course (1)
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Here (after: 14.Kh1) the blacks on the move.
How would you play now with the blacks?


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HGFEDCBA



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.
14...Rh6! - this is the strongest move!

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15.Bxh6

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15...gxh6

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16.Qd2

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16...Ke7!

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And as many threats, especially: Nf6-h5-f4 - the blacks will win easily.
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3Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-28 14:01:29
Read more:
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This is the game:
Philipp Meitner (0:1) Carl Schlechter
in Vienna (1895)

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

A magnificent victory for Schlechter!

My several comments:
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More good is: 6.d3 , or 6.Nxe5.

After: 7...d6 the black frighten with 8 ... Bg4 and Kc6-d4., and if: h2-h3 follows g7-g5! and the blacks have a strong attack!

9.Ne2? is a mistake.More good is:9.h3 Bxf3 (or: 9...Bh5 10.Bg5 and g2-g4)10.Qxf3 Nd4 11.Qd1

9...Qd7! - a strong move, no: 9...Bxf3?! 10.gxf3 Qd7 11.Kg2! and the whites prevent insertion of the black queen in the white camp.

10.c3? - is a mistake.More good is: 10.Kh1 Bxf3 11.gxf3 Qh3 12.Ng1, but the blacks are still better.

12...h5! - a very strong move.If: 13.Bxc5 Ng4! 14.fxg4 hxg4 15.Re1 Qxh2+ 16.Kf1 Qh3+ 17.Kg1 Qh1x

4Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-28 14:58:54
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As rightly said our friend kai2011 in this task there are and other good moves and decisions, but the strongest is: 14 ... Rh6! - Schlechter\'s move. Seventeen years later, the same item is received and in the game:
Richard Teichmann (0:1) Siegbert Tarrasch
San Sebastian (1912)
Here Tarrasch (who do not know the Schlechter\'s game)first he played:14...Bxe3 and after: 15.fxe3 he played: 15...Rh6 etc and Tarrasch won until the 37th move.

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

Good luck! Your new task - tomorrow.

5Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-29 02:18:38
Play along with great masters!-our course(1)
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The new lesson:
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The chess jewelry
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\"The Evergreen Partie\" to Andersen
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Adolf Anderssen (1:0) Jean Dufresne
(game of the day May-18-07) Berlin GER (1852)

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

A magnificent victory for Andersen!

6Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-29 04:19:14
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My several comments only for debute:
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6...exd4 and 6...d6 - are a good moves.

After: 7.O-O , instead: 7...d3 the strongest is: 7...Nge7 (or: 7...Nf6 etc.)8.cxd4 d5 9.exd5 Nxd5 10.Ba3 (or: 10.Qb3 Nce7 etc.) 10...Be6 etc with equal chances.
If: 7...d6 after:
8.cxd4 Bb6 is the Normal Evans Gambit,
but after: 8.Qb3! Qf6 9.e5 dxe5 10.Re1! the whites received a dangerous attack.
But of course no: 7...dxc3? 8.Qb3 Qf6 9.e5 Qg6 10.Nxc3 Nge7 11.Ba3 O-O 12.Rad1 and the whites received a dangerous attack.(12.Nd5? is a error - 12...Nxd5 13.Bxf8 Nf4!)

10.Re1 is a strong move,


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but 10.Rd1 is the strongest move.


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To not think any of you that Dufresne is a bad player, then here\'s another one game for the record:
Adolf Anderssen (0:1) Jean Dufresne
Berlin (1851)

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

After: 32...f4! no mate and (0:1).

7Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-29 04:32:55
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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?


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ABCDEFGH



How would you play now?
I will expect your answers and your opinions in \'\'Play along with great masters!\'\' (every Monday) - our course(1). Good luck! Georgi
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