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Player: dsuttles Subject: kalimera: chess20140627 16:25:05  
 
33 dsuttles  20140718 16:37:45  
Indeed.  
34 kalimera  20140720 08:12:58  
Play along with great masters!  our course (1)  Expect our course (1): \'\'Play along with great masters! in Monday ! \'\' I will expect your answers. Good luck!  I will expect your answers and your opinions and for our course (2): \'\'For those with a rating greater than 1900\'\' from Wednesday , and for our course (3): \'\'For those with a rating less than 1900\'\' from Friday. Good luck! Your friend: Georgi.  
35 kalimera  20140721 07:20:49  
Play along with great masters!  our course (1)  The answer:This is the game: Hikaru Nakamura (1:0) Alexander Goloshchapov FIDE World Blitz Championship (2014 After: 31...Qb6? (It is right to play: 31...Bxd4+ 32.Qxd4 Qb3 etc) 32.Rxc5! 2r2r1k/8/bq2p3/p1RpPp1p/3B1P1P/P5P1/3Q4/4RBK1 b
32...Rxc5 33.Bxa6! and the blacks resing. After: 33...Qxa6 34.Bxc5 the whites has more figure and pawn. (1:0) 5r1k/8/Bq2p3/p1rpPp1p/3B1P1P/P5P1/3Q4/4R1K1 b
Hikaru Nakamura (1:0) Alexander Goloshchapov FIDE World Blitz Championship (2014 http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif Tomorrow expect your new task! Good luck!   
36 kalimera  20140721 07:24:04  
Hikaru Nakamura (1:0) Alexander Goloshchapov FIDE World Blitz Championship (2014 http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/bq.gif Tomorrow expect your new task! Good luck!   
37 kalimera  20140722 11:17:34  
Play along with great masters!  our course (1)  The new lesson:  The chess jewelry!  Andersen\'s immortal game:  This is the ideal of our forefathers! After the seventeenth black\'s move, the end of the game is brilliantly performed by whites. Of course, that our debut grieves with you unprofitability, but it is pretty amazing how only three white pieces win all black army! Adolf Anderssen (1:0) Lionel Adalbert Bagration Felix Kieseritsky \"The Immortal Game\" (game of the day Sep0507) London (1851) http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif Note: after 18...Bxg1?! it is from this move that Black\'s defeat stems. Wilhelm Steinitz suggested in 1879 that a better move would be 18... Qxa1+.likely moves to follow are 19. Ke2 Qb2 20. Kd2 Bxg1.  
38 kalimera  20140722 11:25:40  
Play along with great masters!  our course (1)  The new lesson:  The chess jewelry!  To not think any of you that Kieseritsky is a bad player, then here\'s another two games for the record: 1) Adolf Anderssen (1/2 : 1/2) Lionel Adalbert Bagration Felix Kieseritsky London Haringay (1851) http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif And draw with perpetual check!  
39 kalimera  20140722 11:30:35  
Play along with great masters!  our course (1)  The new lesson:  The chess jewelry!  To not think any of you that Kieseritsky is a bad player, then here\\\'s another two games for the record: 2) Adolf Anderssen (0:1) Lionel Adalbert Bagration Felix Kieseritsky ENG (1851) http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif This is a victory in style Filidor!  
40 kalimera  20140722 11:44:45  
Play along with great masters!  our course (1)  Here\'s your new task:  Here (after: 14.Kh1) the blacks on the move. How would you play now with the blacks? r3k2r/2p2pp1/p1np1n2/1pb1p3/4P2p/1BPPBP1q/PP3P1P/R2Q1RKN b
How would you play now? I will expect your answers and your opinions. Good luck!  
41 kalimera  20140722 11:53:42  
Play along with great masters!  our course (1)  Note (repair): The last white\'s move (in your task) is (you must read): 14.Nh1 Good luck! Georgi  
42 kalimera  20140723 10:22:53  
For those with a rating greater than 1900  (Every Wednesday !) The answer(After: 9...Qe7):  Here White can win a pawn more, and thus win in this game: 10.Bxf7+!! rn2kb1r/ppp1qBpp/8/5b2/4nP2/5N2/PPPNQ1PP/R1B1K2R b
And after: 10...Kxf7 11.Ne5+! ... and: 12.Nxe4 Bxe4 13.Qxe4 etc. I think that instead the move: 7...Qxd5? (Mine is the question mark!) is right to play: 7...Be7! and if: 8.Bd3 now: 8...Qxd5, and if: 8.Bb5+ (or: 8.Bc4) 8...c6 etc. However, if the blacks play 10...Qxf7!  I will admit that although a pawn in the less they (the blacks) can be prepared a good game in the middlegame and so the whites must play very accurately and multi strongly so:: 11.Nxe4 Qe7! 12.Qb5+! Qd7 (or: 12...Bd7 13.Qxb7 Bc6 14.Qc8+ Kf7 15.Qf5+ Kg8 16.Ne5 etc.) 13.Qe5+! (No: 13.Qxd7+? Nxd7! 14.Nd2 (or: 14.OO Bxe4 15.Re1 Nf6 16.Ng5 OOO! 17.Nf7 (No: 17.Nxe4? Re8! etc.) 17...Bxc2 18.Nxh8 Bb4! etc.) 14...Nc5! etc.) 13...Qe6! (or: 13...Be7 14.Nc5! etc) 14.Qxe6 Bxe6 15.Be3 Bf5 16.Ng3! Bxc2 17.Rc1 Ba4 18.Rxc7 Bc6 19.Nf5! Kd8 20.Rf7 Bd5 (or: 20...Ke8 21.Ne5! Be4 22.Rc7!) 21.Ne5! Ke8 (or: 21...Bxf7 22.Nxf7+ Ke8 23.Nxh8 etc.) 22.Rc7! etc. (Now no: 22...Bxg2? 23.Rc8x = 1:0) And the whites will win! http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif Good luck! Tomorrow expect your new task!   
43 kalimera  20140723 10:42:31  
For those with a rating greater than 1900  (Every Wednesday !) NotŠµ (for information only): After: 1.e4 e5 2.f4 d5 3.exd5 e4 4.d3 Nf6 5.Nd2 Bf5 6.dxe4 Nxe4 7.Ngf3 Qxd5 8.Bc4 Qc5 9.Qe2 Qe7 10.Bxf7+ Kxf7 Now, does not change anything and: 11.Nxe4 (instead: 11.Ne5+!) 11...Bxe4 (No: 11...Qxe4? 12.Ng5+! and 13.Nxe4 = 1:0) 12.Ne5+! Ke8 (example) 13.Qxe4 etc. And the whites will win! http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif Good luck! Tomorrow expect your new task!   
44 kai2011  20140723 16:52:48  
*39 Hi Georgi! There many ways... Beautiful  14. ... Rh6, pragmatic 14. ...Nh5, my choice  14. ...g5. So black wins anyway!  
45 kalimera  20140724 06:51:55  
Play along with great masters!  our course (1)  O.K. kai2011 ! Thank you my friend ! I accept your answer for the correct! Congratulations! Expect our \'\'Play along with great masters!  our course (1)\'\' in Monday ! Good luck! Georgi  
46 kalimera  20140724 10:17:38  
For those with a rating greater than 1900  The new lesson:  Debut problems!  In the CaroKann, Classical, after: 1 e4 c6 2 d4 d5 3 Nc3 dxe4 4 Nxe4 Bf5 5 Ng3 Bg6 6 h4 h6 7 Nf3 Nd7 8.h5 Bh7 9.bd3 Bxd3 10.Qxd3 Qc7 11.Bd2 e6 12.OOO Ngf6 13.Ne4 OOO 14.g3 Nxe4 15.qxe4 Nf6 16.Qe2 c5 17.dxc5 Bxc5 18.Rh4! 2kr3r/ppq2pp1/4pn1p/2b4P/7R/5NP1/PPPBQP2/2KR4 b
How to play black now? I have one of my debut direction in which my recommended the move: 18...Nd5? (Mine is the question mark!)  and that for the best move!? 2kr3r/ppq2pp1/4p2p/2bn3P/7R/5NP1/PPPBQP2/2KR4 w
However, since: 19.b4!! and the blacks will lose this game , because scare: 20.Rc4! 2kr3r/ppq2pp1/4p2p/2bn3P/1P5R/5NP1/P1PBQP2/2KR4 b
And after: 18...Kb8?! the blacks will lose the game (probably) after: 19.Bf4! 1k1r3r/ppq2pp1/4pn1p/2b4P/5B1R/5NP1/PPP1QP2/2KR4 b
In the game: Mikhail Tal (1:0) Robert Huebner Montreal (1979) after: 19...Bd6 20.Rxd6!! Rxd6 21.Ne5! and the whites won easily: http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif I will offer you: 18...Qe7! (in our the game will be: 19...Qe7! instead of: 19...Kb8?!) 2kr3r/pp2qpp1/4pn1p/2b4P/7R/5NP1/PPPBQP2/2KR4 w
and if: 19.Bf4 Rxd1+! 20.Qxd1 (or: 20.Kxd1 Rd8+! 21.Kc1 (and now:) Nd5!) 20...Rd8! 21.Qe2 (and now:) Nd5!  with an equal game. 2kr4/pp2qpp1/4p2p/2bn3P/5B1R/5NP1/PPP1QP2/2K5 w
Or: 19.Kb1 Kb8! 20.Bf4+ Ka8 etc k2r3r/pp2qpp1/4pn1p/2b4P/5B1R/5NP1/PPP1QP2/1K1R4 w
(or: 20.Ne5 Rhe8 (example) etc). 1k1rr3/pp2qpp1/4pn1p/2b1N2P/7R/6P1/PPPBQP2/1K1R4 w
Good luck!  
47 kalimera  20140724 10:35:50  
For those with a rating greater than 1900  Here\'s your new task:  Here the whites on the move. How do you assess the position in this debut? How you will play with the whites now? r1b2rk1/pp5p/3b1qpn/3pnp2/8/1P1BPN1P/PBQN1PP1/2KR3R w
How would you play now? http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/wp.gif I will expect your answers and your opinions. Good luck! Georgi  
48 kalimera  20140725 08:35:24  
For those with a rating less than 1900  (Every Friday !) This is the answer from your task:  Alone a horse mate does not!  Here the whites to move and they do a draw. 8/8/8/3n4/8/8/p2K4/k7 w
How will you play now: 1.Kc2 or 1.Kc1  that is the question.  The answer: Of course, that: 1.Kc2! = Draw! 8/8/8/3n4/8/8/p1K5/k7 b
If: 1.Kc1? = the blacks will win! 8/8/8/3n4/8/8/p7/k1K5 b
After: 1.Kc1? Nb4! = (0:1) 8/8/8/8/1n6/8/p7/k1K5 w
or: 1.Kc1? Ne3! = (0:1) But after: 1.Kc2!  the blacks can give only some harmless chess and this is 100% a draw! For example: 1...Nb4+ (or: 1...Ne3+) 2.Kc1 / 3.Kc2 / 4.Kc1 / 5.Kc2 etc = draw. 8/8/8/8/1n6/8/p7/k1K5 b
8/8/8/8/8/4n3/p7/k1K5 b
Remember:  Important rule:  Always play your king in the color of the field which is the black horse! If the task is: 8/8/3n4/8/8/8/p2K4/k7 w
or: 1n6/8/8/8/8/8/p2K4/k7 w
Of course, that only: 1.Kc1! = Draw! 8/8/3n4/8/8/8/p7/k1K5 b
or: 1n6/8/8/8/8/8/p7/k1K5 b
Good luck! Tomorrow expect your new task!  
49 kalimera  20140726 13:03:12  
For those with a rating less than 1900  The new lesson:  One of the greatest masters of the endgame said:  I know what you count and calculate! (Jose Raul Capablanca) Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)  4k3/p7/8/8/8/8/P7/4K3 w
4k3/1p6/8/8/8/8/P7/4K3 w
4k3/2p5/8/8/8/8/P7/4K3 w
4k3/3p4/8/8/8/8/P7/4K3 w
4k3/4p3/8/8/8/8/P7/4K3 w
4k3/5p2/8/8/8/8/P7/4K3 w
4k3/6p1/8/8/8/8/P7/4K3 w
4k3/7p/8/8/8/8/P7/4K3 w
 Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)  4k3/1p6/8/8/8/8/1P6/4K3 w
4k3/2p5/8/8/8/8/1P6/4K3 w
4k3/3p4/8/8/8/8/1P6/4K3 w
4k3/4p3/8/8/8/8/1P6/4K3 w
4k3/5p2/8/8/8/8/1P6/4K3 w
4k3/6p1/8/8/8/8/1P6/4K3 w
4k3/7p/8/8/8/8/1P6/4K3 w
etc , without repetition of the above !  Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)  4k3/2p5/8/8/8/8/2P5/4K3 w
4k3/3p4/8/8/8/8/2P5/4K3 w
4k3/4p3/8/8/8/8/2P5/4K3 w
4k3/5p2/8/8/8/8/2P5/4K3 w
4k3/6p1/8/8/8/8/2P5/4K3 w
4k3/7p/8/8/8/8/2P5/4K3 w
etc , without repetition of the above !  Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)  4k3/3p4/8/8/8/8/3P4/4K3 w
4k3/4p3/8/8/8/8/3P4/4K3 w
4k3/5p2/8/8/8/8/3P4/4K3 w
4k3/6p1/8/8/8/8/3P4/4K3 w
4k3/7p/8/8/8/8/3P4/4K3 w
etc , without repetition of the above !   Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)  4k3/4p3/8/8/8/8/4P3/4K3 w
4k3/5p2/8/8/8/8/4P3/4K3 w
4k3/6p1/8/8/8/8/4P3/4K3 w
4k3/7p/8/8/8/8/4P3/4K3 w
etc , without repetition of the above !  Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)  4k3/5p2/8/8/8/8/5P2/4K3 w
4k3/6p1/8/8/8/8/5P2/4K3 w
4k3/7p/8/8/8/8/5P2/4K3 w
etc , without repetition of the above !  Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)  4k3/6p1/8/8/8/8/6P1/4K3 w
4k3/7p/8/8/8/8/6P1/4K3 w
etc , without repetition of the above !  Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)  4k3/7p/8/8/8/8/7P/4K3 w
etc , without repetition of the above !  Your new task:  The task(1):  Bookmark and learn: here the whites win 100%! (No matter who is on the move!) 1k6/8/P1P5/8/8/6pp/8/6K1 w
How?  This is your new task (1). Good luck!  The task(2):  Here no matter who is on the move! 4k3/6pp/8/8/8/8/PP6/4K3 w
Can anyone win? Good luck!  I will expect your answers and your opinions. Good luck! Georgi  
50 kalimera  20140726 13:18:56  
For those with a rating less than 1900  Appendix:  The task(3):  For those who are stronger (rated almost 1900)  a more difficult task (3): Here no matter who is on the move! 1k6/ppp5/8/8/8/8/PPP5/1K6 w
Can anyone win? Good luck!  The task(4):  For those who are stronger (rated almost 1900)  a more difficult task (4): Here no matter who is on the move! 1k6/5ppp/8/8/8/8/PPP5/6K1 w
Can anyone win? Good luck!  I will expect and your answers from you. Good luck! Georgi  
51 kalimera  20140726 13:39:15  
For those with a rating less than 1900  Appendix:  Well come on, for more difficult tasks  a little help from me: Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)  1k6/pp6/8/8/8/8/PP6/1K6 w
and: 1k6/1pp5/8/8/8/8/1PP5/1K6 w
Good luck! Georgi  
52 kai2011  20140726 15:27:45  
*46 It seems that black was playing the suicide! Why not 11. ...Qe7 or 11. ...Qg7? And now white must win after 14.Nc4! Georgi! I want You divide Your courses! It\'s too hard to find last interested issues!  
53 kalimera  20140727 09:40:37  
For those with a rating greater than 1900  (Every Wednesday !) Thank you kai2011! I accept your answer for the correct! Congratulations! My friends, I would also like to separate courses of 3 places (here in in our Forums>Chess) and I would be glad if anyone of you who has a PREMIUM MEMBER help me on this  2 (or 3) more New Topic in our Forums>Chess here. Unfortunately I have not a PREMIUM MEMBER alone and that I can not do it. Expect our \'\'For those with a rating greater than 1900(2)\'\' in Wednesday ! Good luck! Georgi  
54 kai2011  20140727 10:52:59  
My good friend, Georgi! I\'m premium member so I can help You What should i do?  
55 kai2011  20140727 10:53:01  
My good friend, Georgi! I\'m premium member so I can help You What should i do?  
56 kalimera  20140728 07:29:49  
Thank you very much and to kai2011 for \'\'kalimera...chess 2\'\'! (Of course, just what I wanted!) Thank you very much and to dsuttles for \'\'kalimera:chess\'\'!My friends, I will ask you to do me one more (last): \"kalimera...chess 3\". I think in the \'\'kalimera:chess\'\' to be: \'\'Play along with great masters!\'\'(every Monday), in the \'\'kalimera...chess 2\'\' to be: \'\'For those with a rating greater than 1900\'\'(every Wednesday) and in the \'\'kalimera...chess 3\'\' to be: \'\'For those with a rated less than 1900\'\'(every Friday), so here we will have only: \'\'Play along with great masters!\'\'(every Monday). Thank you once again! Georgi  
57 kalimera  20140728 09:11:28  
Thank you very much and to extopian for \'\'kalimera...chess 2\'\'! Here we will have only: \'\'Play along with great masters!\'\'(every Monday).Thank you once again, my friend! Georgi  
58 kalimera  20140728 19:27:02  
Note (final point):  My friends, from here on, here will be only our course: \'\'For those with a rated less than 1900\'\'(every Friday). So the three our courses will continue  each in its own right! I\'m sure that would be much easier and convenient for all of us. Good luck! And expected continuation of our course: \'\'For those with a rated less than 1900\'\'(every Friday) on Friday! Georgi  
59 kalimera  20140801 07:05:54  
For those with a rating less than 1900 (Every Friday !)  our course (3)  For all those who expect here: \'\'For those with a rating less than 1900\'\'(Every Friday !) our course (3), then I please you from now on: you must look it up and read now in our new (separate)and it has made āājust for this purpose: \'\'Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)\'\'. Good luck! Georgi  
60 kalimera  20140808 11:44:56  
\'\'Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)\'\'  Because I get stuck in our main website for this course and I can not write there (Below the first row of the number 15 I can not go down.). For this we will continue (perhaps temporarily) our course: \'\'Chess for those with a rating below 1900(every Friday)\'\' here. For starters, I will repeat the answer to our oldest task, because I see that it is impossible to read in our main site for this course. This is the answer to the previous task!  1k6/5ppp/8/8/8/8/PPP5/6K1 w
Yes! I am mistaken! Congratulations kai2011! You are right and now! After a complete analysis absolutely totally convinced that this is only one draw and it is right only if we have a absolutely right game for white. Otherwise it is not white (which have the first move in this case), and black will always win! The white may lose even this game so:  1.a4 h5 2.b4 g5 3.c4 f5 4.a5 h4 5.b5 g4 6.c5 f4! = (0:1). I will specifically analyze for you this position: I this Item: White is on the move  black win!  W: Kg1/a5/b5/c5/ B: Kb8/f4/g4/h4/ 1k6/8/8/PPP5/5ppp/8/8/6K1 w
Solution:  1.b6 Kb7! 2.Kg2 g3! = (0:1) 2.Kf2 f3! and 3...g3! = (0:1) 2.Kh2 h3! and 3...g3! = (0:1) 2.Kf1 h3! 3.Kf2 (or: 3.Kg1 f3! = (0:1)) 3...h2! 4.Kg2 g3 5.Kh1 f3 6.a6+ Kxa6 7.b7 Kxb7 8.c6+ Kc8! 9.c7 f2 10.Kg2 h1=Q+! 11.Kxh1 f1=Qx = (0:1) 2.Kh1 f3! 3.Kh2 (or: 3.Kg1 h3! = (0:1)) 3...f2! 4.Kg2 g3 5.Kf1 h3 6.a6+ Kxa6 7.b7 Kxb7 8.c6+ Kxc6 9.Ke2 h2 = (0:1) 1.a6 Ka7! 2.c6 Kb6 3.Kg2 g3! = (0:1) 3.Kf2 f3! and 4...g3! = (0:1) 3.Kh2 h3! and 4...g3! = (0:1) 3.Kf1 h3! 4.Kf2 (or: 4.Kg1 f3! = (0:1)) 4...h2! 5.Kg2 g3 6.Kh1 f3 7.a6+ Kxa6 8.b7 Kxb7 9.c6+ Kc8! 10.c7 f2 11.Kg2 h1=Q+! 12.Kxh1 f1=Qx = (0:1) 3.Kh1 f3! 4.Kh2 (or: 4.Kg1 h3! = (0:1)) 4...f2! 5.Kg2 g3 6.Kf1 h3 7.a6+ Kxa6 8.b7 Kxb7 9.c6+ Kxc6 10.Ke2 h2 = (0:1) 1.c6 Kc7! 2.a6 Kb6 3.Kg2 g3! = (0:1) 3.Kf2 f3! and 4...g3! = (0:1) 3.Kh2 h3! and 4...g3! = (0:1) 3.Kf1 h3! 4.Kf2 (or: 4.Kg1 f3! = (0:1)) 4...h2! 5.Kg2 g3 6.Kh1 f3 7.a6+ Kxa6 8.b7 Kxb7 9.c6+ Kc8! 10.c7 f2 11.Kg2 h1=Q+! 12.Kxh1 f1=Qx = (0:1) 3.Kh1 f3! 4.Kh2 (or: 4.Kg1 h3! = (0:1)) 4...f2! 5.Kg2 g3 6.Kf1 h3 7.a6+ Kxa6 8.b7 Kxb7 9.c6+ Kxc6 10.Ke2 h2 = (0:1)  We can make this conclusion:  For this conclusion is that we (with whites) need to move forward only 2th pawns first (not 3th pawns)! The best is if our third white pawn standing long 2nd row to be able to move 2 or 1 move according to our need! And the most important thing is to play with the white king: (Kg2) later than 4th a move! For example (a proper game):  1k6/5ppp/8/8/8/8/PPP5/6K1 w
1.a4 h5 (If the blacks king do not want to move!) 2.b4 g5 3.a5!(and if the blacks king do not want to move:) 3...h4 4.Kg2!! 1k6/5p2/8/P5p1/1P5p/8/2P3K1/8 b
(No: 4.b5? g4! =(0:1)) 4...g4! 1k6/5p2/8/P7/1P4pp/8/2P3K1/8 w
 No: 4...f5? 5.Kh3!! =(1:0)) 1k6/8/8/P4pp1/1P5p/7K/2P5/8 b
My analys:  5...f4 6.Kg4! 6...Kb7 7.b5! Ka7 8.a6! Kb6! 9.c4! Ka7 10.c5! and 11.b6! = (1:0) 6...Ka7 7.b5! Kb7 9.a6+! 9...Ka7 10.c3!! Kb61 11.c4 Ka7 12.c5 and 13.b6! = (1:0) 9...Kb6 10.c4!! Ka7 11.c5 and 12.b6! = (1:0) 5...Kb7 6.b5 Ka7 7.a6! Kb6! 8.c4!! Ka7 9.c5! f4 10.Kg4! and 11.b6! = (1:0) 5...Ka7 6.b5! Kb7 7.a6+! 7...Kb6 8.c4!! Ka7 9.c5! f4 10.Kg4! and 11.b6! = (1:0) 7...Ka7 8.c3!! Kb6! 9.c4! Ka7 9.c5! f4 10.Kg4! and 11.b6! = (1:0)  5.b5! 1k6/5p2/8/PP6/6pp/8/2P3K1/8 b
5...Kb7 6.b6!! (No: 6.a6+? = (0:1) 6...g3!! 7.Kf3!! 7...Ka6!! (or: 7...Kc6!!) 8.Kg2!! (No: 8.c3? f6! 9.c4 f5 10.c5 Kb7 11.Kg2 f4 = (0:1)) 8...Kb7!! 9.Kf3!! Ka6!! (or: 9...Kc6!!) 10.Kg2!! Kb7!! 11.Kf3!! Ka6!! (or: 7...Kc6!!) = (1/2 : 1/2) 8/5p2/kP6/P7/7p/5Kp1/2P5/8 w
or: 8/5p2/1Pk5/P7/7p/5Kp1/2P5/8 w
 Good luck! And I will expect your answers and your opinions in \'\'Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)\'\'  our course(3). Let\'s remind this new task:  One double pawn and for the whites and for the blacks!  1k6/6pp/6p1/8/8/1P6/PP6/6K1 w
(Here no matter who is on the move! ) Can anyone win or this is only a draw? (This task is not very difficult!) Good luck! Georgi  
61 kalimera  20140808 12:17:49  
Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)  This is the answer:  This is only a draw!  1k6/6pp/6p1/8/8/1P6/PP6/6K1 w
After: 1.b4! (The most properly is to go ahead the double pawn!) 1...g5! 2.a4 h5 3.b5 g4 4.a5 h4 5.b6 g3 6.a6 h3 7.b7 g2 8.b3 g6 9.b4 g5 10.b5 g4 11.b6 g3 1k6/1P6/PP6/8/8/6pp/6p1/6K1 w
Nothing changes and after one game with Kings ! 1.b4! g5! 2.Kg2 h5 3.Kg3 g4 4.Kh4 g5+! 5.Kg3 Kb7 6.a4 Kb6 7.b5 Ka5 8.b4+! Kb6 9.Kg2 h4 10.Kh2 g3+ 11.Kh3 g4+! 12.Kg2 Kb7 13.a5 Ka7 14.b6+ Ka6 15.b5+! Kb7 16.Kg1 h3 17.Kh1 g2+ 18.Kh2 g3+! 19.Kg1 Kb8 20.a6 Ka8 21.b7+ Ka7 22.b6+! Kb8 1k6/1P6/PP6/8/8/6pp/6p1/6K1 w
23.a7+ Kxb7 24.a8=Q+! Q7/1k6/1P6/8/8/6pp/6p1/6K1 b
24...Kxa8 25.b7+ k7/1P6/8/8/8/6pp/6p1/6K1 b
if: 25...Kxb7 = Draw (Stalemate !) = (1/2 : 1/2) 8/1k6/8/8/8/6pp/6p1/6K1 w
if: 25...Kb8 = Draw (Stalemate !) = (1/2 : 1/2) 1k6/1P6/8/8/8/6pp/6p1/6K1 w
if:25...Ka7 26.b8=Q+ Kxb8=Draw(Stalemate!) = (1/2 : 1/2) 1k6/8/8/8/8/6pp/6p1/6K1 w
 
62 kalimera  20140808 12:36:03  
Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)  Yes! Obviously I\'m wrong thing in our previous original site ... but:  I\'ll repeat all from today and there.And there we will move forward with our course! Your friend: Georgi  
