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By Bobby Fischer

This e-book is basically a chess instructing laptop. the way in which a instructing desktop works is: It asks you a question. when you supply the proper resolution, it is going directly to the subsequent query. if you happen to supply the incorrect solution, it tells you why the answer's fallacious and tells you to return and check out back. this is often referred to as "programmed learning". the true authors have been specialists and professionals within the box of programmed studying. Bobby Fischer lent his identify to the venture. Stuart Margulies is a chess grasp and likewise a famous authority on programmed studying. he's a extensively released writer of greater than forty books, all within the box of programmed studying, in particular in studying find out how to learn. for instance, one among his books is "Critical analyzing for skillability 1 : introductory level". Donn Mosenfelder isn't a recognized or well-known chess participant, yet he used to be the landlord of the corporate that constructed and designed this booklet. He has written greater than 25 books, just about all on simple interpreting, writing and math. The definitive strategy to find out how to play chess, or to grasp extra complicated chess concepts.

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Dxe5 �a5. bl (in case of 16 . b2 there is 16 . . xb2 20. xa2 2 1 . xa2 �xa2 the position is almost equal) 16 . . ttJxe5 17. �e2gg White has certain com­ pensation for the sacrificed mate­ rial, J. Polgar- Karpov, Tilburg 1996. 1 2 . h4. Black should not be afraid of this diversionary activ­ ity. Mter 12 . . tDf5 1 3 . �d3 Black b e gins exchange s : 1 3 . . h5 tDd6. It's helpful to prepare further exchanges while White attempts to create threats on the kingside. tDe5 tDe4 17. dxe5 (if 18. �xe5, then 18 .

In this complex position Black has a sufficient compensation for the sacrificed piece, Ivanchuk Karpov, Moscow 1993 . • • . e3 A more adaptable continua­ tion. White still keeps two basic ways of development. Black does not need to change his response: S dS The plan stays the same too: �bd7, then a play on the c-file with an underminin g advance c7-c5 , and then lIc8 with a trou­ blesome for White opposition of the rook and the queen. �f3 . This variation does not introduce anything particulary new in comparison with the line which develops after 9 .

Xc4 i.. d5 and agreed to a draw a ft e r 1 9 . i.. x d5 . lZJxd5 Black had some nice chances connected with the threat of 20 . 16. g3 42 The double fianchetto does not change Black's plans very much, moreover, in this case he gains additional interests : B ... i.. g2 lZJbd7 E verything d e v e l o p s in a standard manner for the present. 0-0 a5!? Also a "banal" 10 . . c5 is good here with the position, described above. Now Black threatens to play 1 1 . a4 to secure the square b3 and then begin an attack of the c4-pawn.

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