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Here is your homework that you should do after reading the chapter!

M aster' s Game: Position 4

Instructions:

Go through this master game, read all the comments and try to understand the basic ideas behind the moves. To fully understand the game you might want to study it multiple times. For your convenience the PGN of this game is attached below the diagram.

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Let's look at the following

position that occurred in the game Spassky ­ Petrosian. Blacktomove.Analyzeitusing

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position analysis outline.

Focus only on the most

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positionisbetterorisitequal?

If you think that the position is aboutequalyou'recorrect.You shouldnoticethatblackhasan

e5pawnwhichcanbepushed

at the right time, leading to some dynamic possibilities.

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T actics Lab: Homework 4

Instructions:

Here is your practical (tactical) exercises. Solving these problems is a very important part of the program on your way to improve your game. Try solving them by looking on the diagram. If that is hard you can setup pieces on the board and attempt again. Solutions are given at the end. Check them only after your complete/attempt all problems.

#19. Black to move and win

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#20. White to move and win

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#21. White to move and win

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#22. White to move and win

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#23. Black to move and win

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#24. White to move and win

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#19. 1Rxc2 2. Kxc2 (2. Qxc2 Qe1+ 3. Qc1 Qxc1#) 2Nf2+ 0-1

#20. 1. Bg5 d5 (1Qxg5 2. Qg8#) (1hxg5 2. Qh5#) 2. Bxd8 bxc4 3. Rxa1 1-0

#21. 1. Rh6+ Kxh6 (1gxh6 2. Qg8#) 2. Qh8+ Kg6 3. Qh5# 1-0

#22. 1. Qh6+ Kg8 (1Kxh6 2. Rh1#) 2. Rc8+ Rf8 3. Rxf8# 1-0

#23. 1Qg2+ 2. Rxg2 Nf3+ 3. Kh1 Rd1+ 4. Rg1 Rxg1# 0-1

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#24. 1. Ne5 Qd6 (1Bxa4 2. Bxf7#) 2. Nxc6 Nxc6 3. d5 1-0

Endgame Lab: Position 4

Instructions:

Here is your practical (tactical) exercises. Solving these problems is a very important part of the program on your way to improve your game. Try solving them by looking on the diagram. If that is hard you can setup pieces on the board and attempt again. Solutions are given at the end. Check them only after your complete/attempt all problems.

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#4. White to move and draw

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 1.Kg3Thekeyforwhitehereisto obtain the opposition. 1 Kc2 2. Kf2 Kd3 3. Ke1 Kc4 4. Kd2 Kb5 5. Kc3 Kb6 6. Kb4= White have the opposition on 4th rank. Therefore its a draw, since it is identicaltotheoppositionon2nd rank.Forexample:6 Kc67.Kc4 b68.Kb4b59.Kb3Kc510.Kc3 b4 11. Kb3 Kb5 12. Kb2 Kc4 13.Kc2b314.Kb2Kb415.Kb1 Kc3 16. Kc1 b2 17. Kb1 And black cannot convert its pawn. Draw.

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Great Job! That's it for today. You can move to the next lesson!