By Reuben Fine
Basic Chess Endings, written by way of overseas Grandmaster Reuben advantageous, is the main authoritative reference at the endgame. severe scholars of the sport locate the paintings unequalled in its intensity and diversity. Now, Grandmaster buddy Benko has revised this vintage with the newest recommendations within the endgame and tailored the ebook to algebraic notation. the result's what chess aficionados were eagerly ready for--a completely glossy bible on uncomplicated chess endings.
A convenient advisor for the sensible participant, Basic Chess Endings specializes in the features of the finishing that take place most often during play. With transparent language, it reinforces wisdom of the normal place and tried-and-tested principles. countless numbers of diagrams make examples effortless to stick with. An essential reference for each chess participant.
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B's 2nd. movement of the adversary's Q. Kt's P. 25. B. to K's 2nd. 26. R. to Kt's sq. 27. B. to Q's 3rd. 28. P. takes P. 29. P. to K. Kt's 4th. 29. R. to R's sq. Too hazardous to be ventured in a match game 30. P. takes P. 31. R. ) 32. Q. to R's 4th. 33. Q. takes R. ) 34. Q. takes Q. ) 35. P. to B's 5th. 36. B. to B's 4th. Up 30. R. takes P. 31. R. to Kfs sq. 32. R. takes R. 33. Q. to K's sq. 34. Kt. takes Q. 35. B. to B's 2nd. sea to this point ability an opportunity of gaining a speedy victory, as follows : 36.
Q. to K. B's 2nd. White has a difficult game, though he remains with a piece a-head, and extreme accuracy and care were required to avert the threatened dangers. 2S. Kt. to K's 4th. From nature Black's game is lost, but this maintaining the remnant of his attack. its is his best mode of 29. P. takes Kt. lie might also have played B. to K. B's 4th, and in that case the desired end would perhaps have been still more quickly attained, because Black would have been compelled to capture the Bishop with his Rook, to which the answer from White would have been R.
Takes P. 41. K. to Q's 2nd (best) P. to Q. R's 4th. P. takes P. R. ) R. ) &c. ) 40. P. takes P. 41. to Q's 5th, R 39. B. to Q. Kt's 39. B. to K's 4th. 40. P. takes P. winning a P 7th. 40. B. ) 41. R. to Q's sq. 42. K. to B's 3rd. 43. B. to K's 6th; 44. K. to Kt's 3rd. 45. R. ) 46. B. to K. Kt's 4th. 47. K. to R's 4th. 48. B. to B's 3rd. 49. R. takes P. 50. B. to Kt's 4th. 51. P. to Kt's 3rd. And White 39. R. takes P. 40. K. to B's 2nd. 41. R. ) 42. B. to Q. B's 4th. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.