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Analyse To Win: Visualising Victory by Byron Jacobs

By Byron Jacobs

Inspired by way of Alexander Kotov's Think Like a Grandmaster, chess columnist and overseas grasp Byron Jacobs has created a process that trains gamers to imagine methodically in usual over-the-board events. He focuses particularly on assisting them to investigate safely and make experience of advanced positions--precisely these elements of chess the place video games are received or lost.

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Vious example: 40 .... 4r Kd2 42 Ke3 Ke6 Bc4 Bfl! ",s out of the Queensid-e. 43h4 u Kd2 45 b3 46 a4 Black'sposition seemsrock sorid,but white finds a . nrcemaneuverto untanglehis pieces. 47 Bbz! 48 Kc3! Bd3 Bezl 85 There is no time for 53 Ka5 becauseBlack'sBishop capturesboth QueensidePawns. 57lkb4 Ba6. The 47'Bkind of position that can be won is shownin_Diag^ram Larsen-^R. Hubner, LeningradInterzonal 1973,after Black's are: 43rdmove. The characteristics King h5! Kd5 Bd3 Bfl Kcf Be2+! Bdl! 50 Be3 51 Kc4 52 Kb4 53 Ka3 Diagram47 '% %a%@'% % ' %" % % tt w %'ry %tt%, "/& % % %ft% ft% % % t B.

WA '% , % /M % %%'% % Diagram 42 White on movewins Black on movedraws 1 .... 2 Kcs Or 2 Ka5 Bd3 3 b6 Be4 4 Ka6 Kc8 5 Kb5 Kd7 5 Kc5Ke6,etc. t Be4 Bb7 Ke6 Kd7 Ke6 3b6 4 Bel 5 Bf2 6 Kd4 Draw White's King cannotget into the Kingsideand the bblockaded. pawnremainssecurelY Now let us take a quick look at some examplesfrom tournamentplay which fuither prove the correctnessof the oiinciote staied'attne Ueeinningof this section. Diagram43 ft. DonnEr,San"taMonica 1966,after-White's I- i{. ii*friilj. 3fth move(30 Bc4-d3).

The play fr om D i agr am 44 ( on the nex t page) ,A. Matanovic- M. Udovic, Zagreb 1965,after Black's34th move, showsthat the extra pawn in the form of a far advanced pr otectedpassedpawn al s o m ay be i ns uffi c i entto w i n. Therefore,Whitetries: 35 c5! Black Thus White hasreasonable _tl-pawn. lltereforebaseshis defenseon the principleof blockade. 82 8t_ R. FischerH. J. & '4. % "% % '/z //t '% ""& & Diagram44 2t'2 2 t% % 7t %A%frt2, '%ft%e%, % '/Z ''&. %"'ry, N 7t'',2 %'%I h. 7t 35 .... Ke7!

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