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Player: dsuttles Subject: kalimera: chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)20140808 12:12:13  
 
9 kalimera  20140808 12:40:29  
Yes! Obviously I\'m wrong thing in our previous original site ... but:  I\'ll repeat all from today (from other our chess site: \'\'kalimera: chess\'\') and there.And there we will move forward with our course! Your friend: Georgi  
10 kalimera  20140808 13:21:02  
\'\'Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)\'\'  the sequel of a new place:  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  
11 kalimera  20140808 13:45:24  
Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)  This is the answer:  Note:  This task was properly decided by our friend: extopian. Congratulations! 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
 
12 kalimera  20140808 14:26:47  
Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)  The new lesson you will have today!  
13 kalimera  20140808 17:15:51  
Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)  The new lesson:  Bookmark and learn: This is 100% adraw! (Here no matter who is on the move!) 4k3/pp5p/8/8/8/8/P5PP/4K3 w
Of course, that\'s with a proper game! With the right game should always be our first move to be to passed pawn forward! Always you must to play only where you have more pawns! This is so even in the presence of other shapes! But after: 1.Ke2 if the blacks err: 1...a5?! (Correctly is: 1...b5! or: 1...Ke7!) 4k3/1p5p/8/p7/8/8/P3K1PP/8 w
2.a4! Now with one white pawn hold two black pawns. And now the white will win! 4k3/1p5p/8/p7/P7/8/4K1PP/8 b
2...Kd7 3.Kd3! (With the aim to avoid: 3...Kc6 and 4...b5) 8/1p1k3p/8/p7/P7/3K4/6PP/8 b
3...Kc6 4.Kc4! (Now no: 4...b5) 8/1p5p/2k5/p7/P1K5/8/6PP/8 b
4...h5 (or: 4...h6 5.g4! etc) 8/1p6/2k5/p6p/P1K5/8/6PP/8 w
5.g3!! (With the right game should always be our first move to be to passed pawn forward!) 8/1p6/2k5/p6p/P1K5/6P1/7P/8 b
 If: 5.h4? b6! = only a draw! 8/8/1pk5/p6p/P1K4P/8/6P1/8 w
6.g3 b5+!! 7.axb5+ Kb6! 8/8/1k6/pP5p/2K4P/6P1/8/8 w
8.Kb3 Kxb5 = Draw in 100%. 8/8/8/pk5p/7P/1K4P1/8/8 w
If: 5.h3?? h4!! 8/1p6/2k5/p7/P1K4p/7P/6P1/8 w
6.Kd4 b5!! 8/8/2k5/pp6/P2K3p/7P/6P1/8 w
7.axb5 Kxb5 = (0:1) in 100%. 8/8/8/pk6/3K3p/7P/6P1/8 w
Let\'s see how these things work and for the great masters! This is the game: Veselin Topalov (1:0) Constantin Lupulescu Chess Olympiad (2014 http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif  
14 kalimera  20140808 17:26:44  
Note the absolutely essential for the blacks moves well before that: After: 64...Rd5 = (0:1) in 100% 8/r5p1/2k1Nn1p/pR1r1R1P/P7/KP6/8/8 w
And now: 65.Rbxd5! 8/r5p1/2k1Nn1p/p2R1R1P/P7/KP6/8/8 b
65...Nxd5 66.Nd4+! 8/r5p1/2k4p/p2n1R1P/P2N4/KP6/8/8 b
66...Kc5 (No: 66...Kd6? 67.Nb5+! and 68.Nxa7 = (1:0)) 67.Nb5! (for: 68.Nc3!) 8/r5p1/7p/pNkn1R1P/P7/KP6/8/8 b
67...Rd7 68.Nc3! 8/3r2p1/7p/p1kn1R1P/P7/KPN5/8/8 b
68...Kd4 69.Rxd5+! 8/3r2p1/7p/p2R3P/P2k4/KPN5/8/8 b
69...Rxd5 70.Nxd5! 8/6p1/7p/p2N3P/P2k4/KP6/8/8 b
70...Kxd5 71.b4! 8/6p1/7p/p2k3P/PP6/K7/8/8 b
71...axb4 72.Kxb4 = (1:0) 8/6p1/7p/3k3P/PK6/8/8/8 b
And the blacks resing!   
15 kalimera  20140808 17:38:24  
Let\'s go back after: 5.g3!!  8/1p6/2k5/p6p/P1K5/6P1/7P/8 b
If: 5...b6 6.h3! 8/8/1pk5/p6p/P1K5/6PP/8/8 b
6...Kd6 7.Kb5! 8/8/1p1k4/pK5p/P7/6PP/8/8 b
7...Kc7 8.g4! 8/2k5/1p6/pK5p/P5P1/7P/8/8 b
8...hxg4 9.hxg4 = (1:0)in 100%. 8/2k5/1p6/pK6/P5P1/8/8/8 b
If: 5...b5+ 6.axb5+ 8/8/2k5/pP5p/2K5/6P1/7P/8 b
6...Kb6! 7.h3! 8/8/1k6/pP5p/2K5/6PP/8/8 b
7...a4 8.g4! 8/8/1k6/1P5p/p1K3P1/7P/8/8 b
8...hxg4 9.hxg4 8/8/1k6/1P6/p1K3P1/8/8/8 b
9...a3 10.Kb3! 8/8/1k6/1P6/6P1/pK6/8/8 b
10...Kxb5 11.g5! = (1:0)in 100%. 8/8/8/1k4P1/8/pK6/8/8 b
(The whites pawn \'\' g \'\' placed the ball going in a lady!)   
16 kalimera  20140808 17:46:06  
This is your new task:  You already know that this is 100% a draw: (Here no matter who is on the move!) 1k6/ppp5/8/8/8/8/PPP5/1K6 w
But here the whites to move and win in 100%! 8/ppp5/8/PPP5/4k3/8/4K3/8 w
How? This is ypur new task! Good luck! I will expect your answers and your opinions in \'\'Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)\'\'  our course(3). Georgi  
17 kai2011  20140808 17:50:35  
Well, well, well... 1.Nxg7 and black are to resign!  
18 kai2011  20140809 05:54:07  
*6 Well, well, well... 1.Nxg7 and black are to resign!  
19 kalimera  20140809 08:25:06  
Yes! I will hold as true this by our friend windmill.Congratulations! kai2011 have writed for the game: Veselin Topalov (1:0) Constantin Lupulescu Chess Olympiad (2014.(After: 64...Rd5 65.Nxg7 (instead: 65.Rbxd5)) I guess this is true (and there is no way to Topalov did not see that), but then it is about a game with a lot of thinking! But he has seen and done rather forced endgame where white will win 100% of the many, many(unnecessary) thinking! On it he has had enough to calculate only six moves ahead and knew that this endgame he will win in 100%. And by good, better not practical to seek and losing precious time! Now , you can still look and how the whites will win in our task and then: 1.b6 !! axb6 (instead: 1...cxb6). Good luck! I will expect your answers and your opinions in \'\'Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)\'\'  our course(3). Georgi  
20 kalimera  20140814 17:20:16  
Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)  This is the answer:  Note:  This task was properly decided by our friend: windmill. Congratulations! If now the blacks were to move, then after: 1...b6  this is only a draw. 8/p1p5/1p6/PPP5/4k3/8/4K3/8 w
But the whites to move and win after: 1.b6! 8/ppp5/1P6/P1P5/4k3/8/4K3/8 b
if: 1...cxb6 8/pp6/1p6/P1P5/4k3/8/4K3/8 w
2.a6!! 8/pp6/Pp6/2P5/4k3/8/4K3/8 b
2...bxa6 8/p7/pp6/2P5/4k3/8/4K3/8 w
3.c6 = (1:0) 8/p7/ppP5/8/4k3/8/4K3/8 b
if: 1...axb6 8/1pp5/1p6/P1P5/4k3/8/4K3/8 w
2.c6!! 8/1pp5/1pP5/P7/4k3/8/4K3/8 b
2...bxc6 8/2p5/1pp5/P7/4k3/8/4K3/8 w
3.a6 = (1:0) 8/2p5/Ppp5/8/4k3/8/4K3/8 b
 
21 kalimera  20140815 11:39:31  
Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)  The new lesson (1):  I myself have a game  similar to this task:  8/pppp4/8/P1PP2k1/1P4n1/3R4/6K1/8 w
Here (I am with the whites.) the whites to move and win: 1.Rg3! (The easiest way!The pawn endgame!) 8/pppp4/8/P1PP2k1/1P4n1/6R1/6K1/8 b
1...Kf5 (or: 1...Kh5) / (If otherwise: 2.Kf3! = (1:0)) 8/pppp4/8/P1PP1k2/1P4n1/6R1/6K1/8 w
2.Rxg4! 8/pppp4/8/P1PP1k2/1P4R1/8/6K1/8 b
2...Kxg4 8/pppp4/8/P1PP4/1P4k1/8/6K1/8 w
3.b5! 8/pppp4/8/PPPP4/6k1/8/6K1/8 b
Now the black to move but the white will win! 3...Kf5 (This is the best! I am sure that for you will not be difficult to find how the whites will win in another move of the blacks!If you want to progress you have to do this(The like it is in our lesson (2)). These are typical endgames and similar other endgames there are many  so you have to comprehend this lesson by a yourself analysis.) 8/pppp4/8/PPPP1k2/8/8/6K1/8 w
Now no: 4.b6? cxb6! = (0:1) And now no: 4.c6? dxc6! = (0:1) But now after: 4.d6!!(or:4.a6!!=(1:0))=(1:0) 8/pppp4/3P4/PPP2k2/8/8/6K1/8 b
if: 4...Ke6 8/pppp4/3Pk3/PPP5/8/8/6K1/8 w
5.dxc7 = (1:0) 8/ppPp4/4k3/PPP5/8/8/6K1/8 b
if: 4...c6 8/pp1p4/2pP4/PPP2k2/8/8/6K1/8 w
5.a6! (Only!) 8/pp1p4/P1pP4/1PP2k2/8/8/6K1/8 b
if: 5...b6 8/p2p4/PppP4/1PP2k2/8/8/6K1/8 w
6.cxb6! = (1:0) 8/p2p4/PPpP4/1P3k2/8/8/6K1/8 b
(if: 6...axb6 7.a7 etc = (1:0)) if: 5...bxa6 8/p2p4/p1pP4/1PP2k2/8/8/6K1/8 w
6.b6! = (1:0) 8/p2p4/pPpP4/2P2k2/8/8/6K1/8 b
(if: 6...axb6 7.cxb6 etc = (1:0)) if: 4...cxd6 8/pp1p4/3p4/PPP2k2/8/8/6K1/8 w
5.a6!! (Only!) 8/pp1p4/P2p4/1PP2k2/8/8/6K1/8 b
if: 5...bxa6 8/p2p4/p2p4/1PP2k2/8/8/6K1/8 w
6.b6! (Only!) = (1:0) 8/p2p4/pP1p4/2P2k2/8/8/6K1/8 b
(if: 6...axb6 7.cxb6 etc = (1:0)) if: 5...b6 8/p2p4/Pp1p4/1PP2k2/8/8/6K1/8 w
6.cxb6! (Only!) = (1:0) 8/p2p4/PP1p4/1P3k2/8/8/6K1/8 b
(if: 6...axb6 7.a7 etc = (1:0)) So after I knew the decision of the similar task to this my game and it was easy for me to find such a solution in the (new task) that my game. I hope that you yourself will easily cope and with the mirror solution with: 4.a6!! = (1:0), instead of: 4.d6!! = (1:0). 8/pppp4/P7/1PPP1k2/8/8/6K1/8 b
If you want to progress you have to do this(The like it is in our lesson (2)). These are typical endgames and similar other endgames there are many  so you have to comprehend this lesson by a yourself analysis. Good luck!   
22 kalimera  20140815 12:02:25  
Chess for those with a rating below 1900 (every Friday)  The new lesson (2):  4k3/ppp2ppp/8/8/8/8/PP2PPPP/4K3 w
This is 100% a draw with a proper game on both sides (Here no matter who is on the move!).  But here white to move and will win: 8/7p/1p1k2p1/p1p2p2/8/1P2P2P/P3KPP1/8 w
If the blacks to move this is a draw after: 1...b5! 8/7p/3k2p1/ppp2p2/8/1P2P2P/P3KPP1/8 w
But if the whites to move, after: 1.a4!! and the whites will win as one white pawn holds 2 black pawns and thus balance the game now is strongly violated. 8/7p/1p1k2p1/p1p2p2/P7/1P2P2P/4KPP1/8 b
if (The number of Chinese woman!): 1...c4 8/7p/1p1k2p1/p4p2/P1p5/1P2P2P/4KPP1/8 w
2.bxc4 8/7p/1p1k2p1/p4p2/P1P5/4P2P/4KPP1/8 b
2...Kc5 3.Kd3 8/7p/1p4p1/p1k2p2/P1P5/3KP2P/5PP1/8 b
3...Kb4 4.f3! (The proper game is that you must to play with your passed pawn!) 8/7p/1p4p1/p4p2/PkP5/3KPP1P/6P1/8 b
4...Kxa4 5.Kc3! (This move prevents the black king to release the road of the black pawn (a).) 8/7p/1p4p1/p4p2/k1P5/2K1PP1P/6P1/8 b
5...b5 6.e4! (The proper game is that you must to play with your passed pawn!) 8/7p/6p1/pp3p2/k1P1P3/2K2P1P/6P1/8 b
6...b4+ 7.Kb2 8/7p/6p1/p4p2/kpP1P3/5P1P/1K4P1/8 b
7...b3 8.e5! = (1:0) (Black can not prevent the white pawn \'\'e\'\' to be queen!) 8/7p/6p1/p3Pp2/k1P5/1p3P1P/1K4P1/8 b
And (1:0).   
23 kalimera  20140815 12:12:39  
If (The logical move!): 1...Kc6 8/7p/1pk3p1/p1p2p2/P7/1P2P2P/4KPP1/8 w
2.Kd3 (And it scare: 3.Kc4!) 8/7p/1pk3p1/p1p2p2/P7/1P1KP2P/5PP1/8 b
2...b5 3.axb5+ 8/7p/2k3p1/pPp2p2/8/1P1KP2P/5PP1/8 b
 (Note: And after: 3.Kc3 = (1:0).) 8/7p/2k3p1/ppp2p2/P7/1PK1P2P/5PP1/8 b
 3...Kxb5 4.Kc3! etc (1:0) 8/7p/6p1/pkp2p2/8/1PK1P2P/5PP1/8 b
Here I will leave you alone to analyze how the white will win with a proper game. If you want to progress you have to do this(The like it is in our lesson (1)). These are typical endgames and similar other endgames there are many  so you have to comprehend this lesson by a yourself analysis. However, if you do not understand something then you must to ask it boldly! However I will help you a bit: easiest is if you play with the whites (f2f3) and then (e3e4). The proper game is that you must to play with your passed pawn! The black king will have to chase that passed the whites pawn \'\'e\'\' and then the white king will destroy and both black pawns on the flanks of the queen. Remember that if the blacks (sooner or later) play : (g6g5), the whites (you) must respond with: (g2g4). Good luck!   
24 kalimera  20140815 12:21:40  
This is your new task:  Does it matter who is on the move?  The task (1):  8/7p/3kp3/PP4p1/3PK3/8/8/8 w
Here the white to move. Who will win or this is only a draw (with a proper game)? Good luck! The task (2):  8/7p/3kp3/PP4p1/3PK3/8/8/8 b
Here the black to move. Who will win or this is only a draw (with a proper game)? Good luck! I will expect your answers , your opinions and your questions to next Friday. Good luck! Georgi  
25 Pinku_raj  20140820 16:19:45  
how did i play  
26 kalimera  20140820 16:56:50  
My friend Pinku_raj , here for you it will be easier if you to answer (to play here) only by notation (written moves) as these you can to analyzes and can to decision the tasks in our courses. When you participate, he not only read but and analyze  only is the way to progress! Good luck! If you аre not understanding something, write me please! Georgi  
