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Games to Replay in these Grey Fall Days

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In the next posts I am going to include some studies for you to solve. I have chosen those with very short solutions (4-5 moves). Have a try at all of them to sharpen your tactical skills. I will give the solution. You will have to check the possible variations, etc.

(Now it would be interesting to know whether you prefer these studies or those “mate in three moves” problems… So drop a line if you feel like!)

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On the other hand, I have prepared new interesting posts for the next weeks. I hope you enjoy them.

 

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W.:  M. Rohde  (1)

B: J. Whitehead (0)

Estes Park (USA), 1987

1. e4 , c5  2. Nf3, Nc6  3. d4, cd4  4. Nd4: , Nf6  5. Nc3, d6  6. Be3, Ng4  7. Bg5 , Qb6  8. Bb5, e5  9. Nd5,  Qd4:  10. Qd4: , ed4  11. Nc7, Kd7  12. Na8: ,h6  13. Bd2 , Kd8  14. a4, Bd7  15. a5 , Kc8  16. 0-0, Kb8  17. Nb6! ,ab6  18. ab6 , Nce5  19. Be2, g5  20. Ra5 , Nc6  21. Ra4, Be7  22. Rfa1, Kc8  23. Rd4:!, Nge5  24. Ra8, Nb8  25. Bb4, Bc6  26. Bd6:, Bd6:  27. Rd6: , Be4:  28. c4 , g4  29. b4 ,h5  30. Ra5 , Nec6  31. Rh5:, Rh5: 32. Bg4: Rf5  33. f3, Bc2  34. Rf6 , Nd4  35. Rf7: , Nd7  36. Bf5: ,Bf5: 37. c5, Kd8  38.h4, Ke8  39. Rg7 ,Kf8  40. Rg5, Ne5 41.Rh5, Ke7  42. Kf2, Kf6  43. Rh6, Ke7  44. Rd6, Nd3  45. Kf1, Nb5  46. Rd5, Ke6 47. c6! ,Nb4:  48. cb7, Nc6  49. Rd8! , Nd6  50. Rc8! , Bd3  51. Kf2, Ba6   52. Rc6: Bb7:  53. Rc7 Black resigned.

W.: Winsnes (1)

B.: Krasenkov (0)

Rilton Cup , Stockholm ,1989

1. e4 , e5  2. Nf3, Nf6  3. Bb5, a6  4. Ba4,  Nf6 5. 0-0, Nxe4 6. d4, b5  7. Bb3 , d5  8.de5 , Be6  9. Be3 (an old move deviating from the normal paths), Nc5  10. Nc3, Nxb3  11. cb3!, Be7  12. Rc1, Qd7  13. Qd2, 0-0  14. Rfd1, Rad8  15. Bg5, d4  16. Ne4, Bd5  17. Qf4 , Bxg5  18. Nfxg5, Qe7  19. Rxc6!, Bxc6  20. Nf6!, gf6  21. Nxh7!, Kxh7  22. Qh4, Kg7  23. Qg4, Kh8  24. Rd3, Be4  25. Rh3 ,Bh7  26. Qf5 and Krasenkov resigned.

W.: R. Tishbierek (1)

B.: R. Knaak (0)

Ellenburg, 1984

1. e4, e6 2. d4, d5  3. Nd2, c5  4. ed5, ed5  5. N1f3, Nf6  6. Be2, Nbd7  7. 0-0, Be7  8. b3, 0-0  9. Bb2, Bd6?!  10. c4, cd4  11. cd5, Nxd5  12. Ne4!, Bc7  13. Qxd4, N7f6  14. Nxf6, Qxf6  15. Qd2 , Qf5  16. g3, Rd8  17. Nh4, Qh3  18.  Qg5, f6  19. Qh5, Be6  20. Bd3, h6  21. Qg6, Nf4  22. Qh7, Kf8  23. Bxf6 gf6  24. Qxh6, Kg8  25.Bh7, Kf7  26. Bg6, Nxg6  27. Qxg6, Kf8  28. Qxf6,  Kg8  29. Rfe1, Re8  30. Qg6, Kh8  31.Re4, Bd7  32. Qf7!  and Knaak resigned. 

W.: M. Tal (1)

B.: Shavalov (0)

Jurmala, 1985

1.d4, d5  2. Nf3, Nf6  3. c4, c6  4. Qb3, dc4  5. Qxc4, Bf5  6. g3, e6  7. Bg2, Nbd7  8. Nc3, Be7  9. 0-0, 0-0  10. e3, Rc8  11. Qe2, c5  12. e4, Bg4  13. dc5, Nxc5   14. Rd1, Qb6  15. h3, Bh4  16. g4, Bg6  17. Ne5 ,Rfd8  18. Be3, Qb4  19. Nxg6 , hg6  20. e5, Ne8  21. Nb5, a6  22. Nd4, Na4  23. Rd2, Rc7  24. a3, Qa5  25. Qd1!, Nb6  26. Nxe6!, fe6  27. Rxd8, Bxd8  28. Qxd8, Kf8  29. Rd1, Nc4 30. b4, Qa4  31.Bc5, Kg8  32. f4, b6  33. Bf2 ,Rf7  34. Rd4,Nxa3  35. Rd6!, Rxf4  36. Rxe6, Rf8  37. Bxb6, Nc4  38. Rxe8! , Rxe8  39. Bd5 and Shavalov resigned.

(Note: I publish a lot of games played in the 80’s,the 70’s, etc.of the 20th century. This is because I learnt Chess with those games, they were played before the computer era, and they are nearly forgotten. Today you can follow tournamentslive thanks to the Internet. In those years, you have to wait till chess magazines published them… We annot compare players from different times, but to me, the Chess played from the 60’s throughout the 90’s is of superb quality, even more than today’s games…)

 

 

QuestChess.

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Written by QChess

September 27, 2012 at 6:20 am

Posted in Chess games, Studies

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