Chess Evolution 1: The Fundamentals by Artur Yusupov PDF

By Artur Yusupov

Artur Yusupov keeps his award-winning educational sequence. Chess Evolution 1 is on the basics point, which indicates chess avid gamers the fundamental principles they need to be aware of as they trigger at the street to mastery. Yusupov courses the reader in the direction of a better point of chess realizing utilizing conscientiously chosen positions and suggestion. This new realizing is then demonstrated by way of a chain of puzzles.

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Be3t! 8 Winning a decisive tempo. g6+- 7 •.. 1he white pawns are unstoppable. • 5 Such endgames are difficult only when the defence can construct a fortress, which is not the case here. VNe7t White wins another pawn. a b c d e f g h Wherever his king goes, Black loses further material, for example: 24 ... 'it>e3! '1Wd7t+- 1-0 50 Exercises )> Ex. 5-l -( 6. * )>Ex. 5-4 < 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 6. *** 1 a b c d e f g h a b c d e f g h a b c d e f g h a b c d e f g h a b c d e f g h 51 Exercises )- Ex.

3-7 ' A. Ele1 is followed by: 4 ... Wi'xfl �xfl-+ Effectively Black has an extra pawn in this ending. Wfxf6!! E:fl ( 1 point) 2 ... ttlxf6, not only threatening mate on g8, but also attacking the queen on d7. �fl Elh1 t-+ 1-0 Ex. 5... c6! Pod orn ' Ex. Wfa5t!! b5! Ex. Wi'b5± is less clear. Wi'c6 Elc8 leads to a repetition of moves. Wfxg7t!! d8t! dxc6! ( 1 point) 2 ... �h5# or 2 ... :ll:h3#. �f6t?? Elg8t Elxg8-+. hg7t (another 1 point) 2... ttlxe5 2 ... cxd7t lLlxd7 (3 ... E:g8t! xd4t+- Vo el - B�lov West Germany 1 9 8 1 (1 point) z ...

Black has a very dangerous initiative, and will have at least a perpetual check with ... Eihl -h2t in reserve. tt'lxf5!? gxh5 gxh5 Black's threats to the white king (such as ... h4t followed by ... :1:\fS) are overwhelming. tLlb2 gxf5! Black is better (see Boost Your Chess 2, Ex. 1 7-5). 30 Exercises )- Ex. 3-1 -( )- Ex. �-�-�. t� ��- - -%��� 8 �� ,. ltle5 Ex. Elxf8 is just as good: 4 ... Wxf7t! he6# 4 '1Wb5 ••. 4 . lZlc6t c:JJa8 8 . lZlxd8+- (1 point) Ex. ltlb6# Ex. 'IWgSt!! fxg5 Germany 1 922 I ...

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