By John Thursby
From the PREFACE:
it sort of feels to be the customized to assert a number of phrases to the general public, while delivering a set of Chess difficulties, and this tradition I shall almost immediately avail myself of. The stratagems contained during this booklet are a variety from the numerous difficulties composed by way of me, and released over the past six years in the entire top journals and magazines at domestic and in a foreign country.
i don't declare for my difficulties any especial or striking profundity, nor do I intend to set myself up as a rival to different Chess authors; yet i think that any Chess-player who takes the difficulty to appear via my e-book, will ﬁnd in it enjoyment and enjoyment.
i don't fake that allows you to supply tricks on building, or to put down dogmatic principles in challenge paintings.
In end, I should kingdom that i've got regularly been taken care of with the best courtesy by way of each Chess Editor with whom i've got corresponded, with, I remorse to claim, one impressive exception.
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Nb3?? Leaving Black with a pawn up and a technically winning endgame. Ne6! Rd7 and White has an advantage. Israel finally won a match today. The three top boards saw uneventful draws and it was Avrukh who scored the goal. NewsId=50 (7 of 11)11/11/05 19:58:49 WCC Israel 2005 News White has the advantage in a typical Catalan position, but Black's next move worsens the matters. 18…Nb6? Bg2! Nxg2 White has a significant advantage thanks to Black's compromised pawn structure. Virtually a pawn up, Avrukh exploited his majority advantage in the center and on the queenside, and a dozen moves later the following position has been reached.
Nxg7? Qh5 Qe8! A strong defensive resource that White has missed. Bxh6 with f5! therefore White's attack comes to a dead end. g5! now. Be3 Nxe5! And Black won easily. Looking after the dark squares: Levan Pantsulaia It should be noted that the Georgians' win is fully justified, because they also had an advantage on two of the other games. Armenia defeated China's women to qualify to third place. Curiously, the Chinese had no problems with the black pieces and drew comfortably on boards two and four.
Rxe1 Qb4+) Qe4! Nd3 Rxd3+! cxd3 Qb2+ with a mate next move. Kc1 Qa3+, Draw. The match has been decided on the third board. NewsId=51 (3 of 11)11/11/05 20:04:01 WCC Israel 2005 News The struggle takes place on the g file. Black, with the move, exploits it with surprising ease. 29…Rg5! Qe2? Qd1! Qg7! 32. Qf1, which is also quite bad for White. 30…Qg6! Kg1 Rh1+ and White resigned. 5 against Armenia. On the top board of this match two elite players discussed the pin motif. Nb6! b3, but… 26…Nc6! b3 And what now, isn't the pinned bishop doomed?
75 Chess problems by John Thursby