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1Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-30 07:33:49
O.K! Thank you very mach my friend dsuttles!
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My friends, from now on only here will be our course: \'\'Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday).
This our course is an extension of our course: \'\'For those with a rated less than 1900\'\' (every Friday) in: \'\'kali-mera: chess\'\' (our Forums -> Chess - here).
Until recently - in next Friday!
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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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2Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-01 14:49:03
Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)
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This is the answer to tasks than last time.
Let\'s remind them!
The task(1):
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Bookmark and learn: here the whites win 100%! (No matter who is on the move!)

1k6/8/P1P5/8/8/6pp/8/6K1 w
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ABCDEFGH


How? - This is your new task (1).
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This is the answer:
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1.Kh1 (or: 1.Kf1)

1k6/8/P1P5/8/8/6pp/8/7K b
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HGFEDCBA


1...g2+ 2.Kg1

1k6/8/P1P5/8/8/7p/6p1/6K1 b
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HGFEDCBA


2...Ka8 3.c7 and 4.c8=Q = 1:0

k7/2P5/P7/8/8/7p/6p1/6K1 b
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HGFEDCBA


Or: 2...Kc8 3.a7 and 4.a8=Q = 1:0

2k5/P7/2P5/8/8/7p/6p1/6K1 b
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HGFEDCBA


And if: 1...h2 2.Kg2

1k6/8/P1P5/8/8/6p1/6Kp/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


2...Ka8 3.c7 and 4.c8=Q = 1:0

k7/2P5/P7/8/8/6p1/6Kp/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


Or: 2...Kc8 3.a7 and 4.a8=Q = 1:0

2k5/P7/2P5/8/8/6p1/6Kp/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


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3Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-01 15:09:34
The task(2):
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Here no matter who is on the move!

4k3/6pp/8/8/8/8/PP6/4K3 w
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ABCDEFGH


Can anyone win? Good luck!
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This is the answer:
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This is 100% a draw!
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As an example:
1.a4 h5 2.a5 Kd8! 3.a6 kc7! 4.b4 kb6 5.b5 h4
6.Kf2 g5 7.kf3 h3 8.Kg3 g4

8/8/Pk6/1P6/6p1/6Kp/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


And: 9.Kh2! Ka7! 10.Kg3! Kb6! 11.Kh2! Ka7!
This is a draw!
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4Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-01 15:19:50
The task(3):
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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
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ABCDEFGH


Can anyone win? Good luck!
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Appendix:
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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!)
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1k6/pp6/8/8/8/8/PP6/1K6 w
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ABCDEFGH


and

1k6/1pp5/8/8/8/8/1PP5/1K6 w
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ABCDEFGH

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5Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-01 16:03:23
This is the answer:
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Logically, our task (3) is to be reduced to two tasks for help.
For this and here is always the result will be 100% a draw.
As an example game:
1.c3 (or: 1.c4 c5 etc) 1...c5 2.Kc2 b5 3.c4 a6
4.cxb5 axb5

1k6/8/8/1pp5/8/8/PPK5/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)
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Note:
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We always talk about a proper game - without blunders!
As an example game forward:
5.Kb3 Kb7 (Note: No: 5...Ka8? = Lose,
or no: 5...b4? = Lose, or no: 5...c4? =
Lose.)
6.Kc3 Kb6 (Here: and 6...b4 , and 6...c4 are draw.)7.b4 cxb4 (Note: Here: and 7...c4 , and 7...Kc6 are draw, but no: 7...Ka6?/7...Ka7?/7...Kb7?/or: 7...Kc7? - after: 8.bxc5 = 1:0)
And now after: 7.Kxb4 - this is 100% a draw,
according to our lesson, where (I remind you): (Bookmark and learn: here all is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!))

4k3/1p6/8/8/8/8/P7/4K3 w
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ABCDEFGH


So after white\'s move: 7.Kxb4 - we know and say tha: This is 100% a draw!

8/8/1k6/1p6/1K6/8/P7/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


Yes! One of the greatest masters of the endgame said:
- I know what you count and calculate! (Jose Raul Capablanca)
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6Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-01 16:10:26
And our task(4):
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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
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ABCDEFGH


Can anyone win? (This task is very difficult!)
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7Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-01 17:05:08
This is the answer for the task (4):
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O.K.,I know that this task is very difficult! Well!
The answer here is that one that has its first move will win!
Just in case I\'ll wait for your answers and opinions until tomorrow. And tomorrow I will give you my detailed answer to this task, your new lesson and your new job! Good luck!
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8Russian  kai20112014-08-01 17:41:25
Georgi! Waiting for the solution of Your task with impatience! In my opinion, there really dead draw!.
Sergey(kai2011)
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9Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-02 16:18:01
OK! However, for easier (on me) - now I will first give a new lesson and a new task for you, then tomorrow I will do my detailed analysis of the task, which was not only difficult but also bulky to describe its analysis.
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The new lesson:
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One of the greatest masters of the endgame said:
- I know what you count and calculate! (Jose Raul Capablanca)

One double pawn!
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Bookmark and learn: here the blacks will win!(No matter who is on the move!)
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1k6/5ppp/8/8/8/1P6/PP6/6K1 w
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ABCDEFGH


For the white is an absolute must first to go the double pawn!
1.b4 Kc7 (or: 1...Kb7, or: 1...Ka7 - the black king hurry to intercept and lock the white army.) 2.b5 Kb6 3.a4 h5 4.Kg2 f5 5.Kg3 g5 6.Kg2 h4 7.Kh3 Kc5

8/8/8/1Pk2pp1/P6p/7K/1P6/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


(or: 7...Ka5)

8/8/8/kP3pp1/P6p/7K/1P6/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


8.b4+

8/8/8/1Pk2pp1/PP5p/7K/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


or (after: 8.b4+):

8/8/8/kP3pp1/PP5p/7K/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


8...Kb6!

8/8/1k6/1P3pp1/PP5p/7K/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


Now the white king must step back!
9.Kh2 (or: 9.Kg2 g4 10.Kh2 h3 11.Kg3 f4+! 12.Kh2 f3 13.Kg3 It is еqually!)
9...g4 10.Kg2 h3+ 11.Kg3 f4+! 12.Kh2 f3 13.Kg3

8/8/1k6/1P6/PP4p1/5pKp/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


Now the black king must step back !
13...Kb7 14.a5 Ka7 15.b6+ (No: 15.a6? Kb6! (0:1))
15...Ka6 16.b5+!
One double pawn is like a wounded soldier in the white infantry, but and he can shoot!

8/8/kP6/PP6/6p1/5pKp/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


16...Kb7
Now the white king again must step back !

8/1k6/1P6/PP6/6p1/5pKp/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


17.Kh2 and the blacks will win, just like you learned in our last lesson: 17...f2 = (0:1).
If: 19.Kf2 - of course: 19...h2 = (0:1)
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10Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-02 16:29:56
Enhanced! If whites play a little tricky:
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After; 1.b4 Kc7 2.b5 Kb6 3.a4 h5 4.Kg2 f5 5.Kg3 g5 6.Kg2 h4 7.Kh3 Kc5 (or: 7...Ka5 It is еqually!)) and now: 8.b3! (instead of: 8.b4)

8/8/8/1Pk2pp1/P6p/1P5K/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


or:

8/8/8/kP3pp1/P6p/1P5K/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


And now: 8...Kb6 9.b4!
Now the black king must step back!

8/8/1k6/1P3pp1/PP5p/7K/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


9...Kb7 10.a5 Ka7 11.b6+ (No: 11.a6? Kb6! (0:1))
11...Ka6 12.b5+! Kb7
Now the white king must step back!

8/1k6/1P6/PP3pp1/7p/7K/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


13.Kg2 g4 14.Kh2 f4 15.Kg2 h3+ 16.Kh2 f3 17.Kg3
Now the black king again must step back!

8/1k6/1P6/PP6/6p1/5pKp/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


17...Kb8 18.a6 Ka8 19.b7+ (No: 19.a7? Kb7 (0:1))

k7/1P6/P7/1P6/6p1/5pKp/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


19...Ka7!! (Only for: (0:1))

8/kP6/P7/1P6/6p1/5pKp/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


20.b6+! Kb8
Now the white king again must step back !

1k6/1P6/PP6/8/6p1/5pKp/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


21.Kh2 f2 (0:1) (or: 21.Kf2 h2 - of course (o:1))
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11Russian  kai20112014-08-02 16:39:40
But there still drawTill tomorrow!-

12Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-02 16:40:46
And for the finish, no of course: 19...Kb8?

1k6/1P6/P7/1P6/6p1/5pKp/8/8 w
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20.b6! and now the whites will win!

1k6/1P6/PP6/8/6p1/5pKp/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


20...f2 21.Kxf2 g3+ 22.Kxg3 h2

1k6/1P6/PP6/8/8/6K1/7p/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


24.a7+! (No stalemate!)

1k6/PP6/1P6/8/8/6K1/7p/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


24...Kxb7 25.Kxh2 Ka8

k7/P7/1P6/8/8/8/7K/8 w
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13Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-02 16:47:57
The blacks do not wont to lose and you will learn more subtleties in the endgame!
26.Kg3 Kb7 27.Kf4 Ka8 28.Ke5 Kb7 29.Kd6 Ka8

k7/P7/1P1K4/8/8/8/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


30.Kd7! (No stalemate!) 30...Kb7

8/Pk1K4/1P6/8/8/8/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


31.a8=Q+!! Kxa8

k7/3K4/1P6/8/8/8/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


32.Kc6! (No stalemate!)

k7/8/1PK5/8/8/8/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


32...Kb8 33.b7 Ka7 34.Kc7!

8/kPK5/8/8/8/8/8/8 b
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HGFEDCBA


and now (1:0) ! Instructive endgame!
Remember it!
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14Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-02 17:00:35
Here\'s your newest task:
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One double pawn and for the whites and for the blacks!
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1k6/6pp/6p1/8/8/1P6/PP6/6K1 w
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ABCDEFGH



(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! Tomorrow - the answer to the previous task!
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15Cyprus  kali-mera2014-08-04 15:19:12