By Genrikh Kasparian
The ebook provided the following by means of G. Kasparian is likely one of the books that need to be drastically preferred. Its technical worth might be valuable for all experiences fans and particularly for useful chess gamers, in instruction. now not as soon as it used to be proved that reports should be tremendous beneficial for chess gamers, simply because they not just develop their mind's eye and creativity, yet face them with strange occasions that could look at the chess board, occasionally likely very unlikely to be solved. in comparison to the 1st model of this excellent paintings, this version brings additions that develop, not just numerically, yet particularly its caliber. As a trainer, who common the 1st version of this paintings, ``555 miniature studies``, i will be able to have fun with, with no the phobia to be fallacious, that we're facing a fancy material, very worthy for coaches who are looking to placed ``to work`` their scholars, in preparing them for top functionality. For those purposes I reflect on that one of these booklet should have its position in each coach`s library and, most likely, in any chess lover`s library. particularly i need to take this chance to thank to the son of the good Genrich Kasparian, Mr. Sergei Kasparian who, by way of his kindness, supplied us his father`s manuscript and with no whose goodwill isn't really identified whilst this publication may see the sunlight. Sergei Kasparian can also be a chess composition lover, that is why, on the finish of this publication, I brought a few of his best reports.
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All possible developments of the bishops at b2, d2, b3 and d3 have occurred in practice, and it is no wonder that I thought for a good half hour. lUbd7 White has 1 4 c4 : fe8 1 5 �b2 with an attacking position, but Euwe's recommendation of 13 ... lUd5 came into consideration, when 1 4 'We4 lUf6 can lead to a repetition of position, while if 1 4 c4 Black plays 1 4 . . �xh7 16 'Wd3+ lUe4 1 7 lUg5+ �g8 1 8 lUxe4, winning a pawn) 1 6 'Wd3 lUxd l 1 7 lUes, when if 17 ... lUxf2 18 �xf2 f6 White has 1 9 lUg6+ �xh7 20 lUe7+, forc ing mate.
22 l:tg4+ (after 22 l:th4 tDf5 23 llg4+ �h8 24 'i'd3 l:i}e7 the attack is parried) 22 ... l:tg8 24 tDg5 ! ltJg6 24 :h4! lOxh4 2 5 lOgS fxg5 26 'i'xd6 White wins material) 24 'i'h5, when 24 ... lOg7 2 5 'i'h6 leads to a draw, while after 24 . . 'i'e6 White retains some compensation for his material deficit. xd5 tD e5 All these events took place in serious time trouble, and therefore it is not surpris ing that Kasparov plays solidly. The alter native was to interpose 23 ... 'i'b I + 24 lOe I , when after 24 .
A mistake, which again leaves Black on the verge of defeat. Correct was 2 1 . tDe7! 22 l:tg4+ (after 22 l:th4 tDf5 23 llg4+ �h8 24 'i'd3 l:i}e7 the attack is parried) 22 ... l:tg8 24 tDg5 ! ltJg6 24 :h4! lOxh4 2 5 lOgS fxg5 26 'i'xd6 White wins material) 24 'i'h5, when 24 ... lOg7 2 5 'i'h6 leads to a draw, while after 24 . . 'i'e6 White retains some compensation for his material deficit. xd5 tD e5 All these events took place in serious time trouble, and therefore it is not surpris ing that Kasparov plays solidly.