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By Dr. S. Tartakower, J. du Mont

Vast number of nice chess video games from 1798 via 1938, with a lot hard-to-find fabric. totally annotated, prepared through beginning for simpler research. a hundred and fifty years of grasp play!

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19. PXP. A better defence is 19 . . QXN! 20 PXN BXP 21 BXB KR-QBI! 20 QXP QXP+. Escaping into an ending, but it is vastly favourable to White since Black's K can find no shelter. 21 KXQ N-N5+ 22 K-N1 NXQ 23 RXN BXB 24 NXBS K-N3 25 N-K6 KR-K126 R-K3 QR-B127 R-B1 B-N4 28 R-N3+ K-R3 29 NXP R-B1 30 R-K1 R-KB3 31 P-R3 R-B7 32 R-K4 R-QB5 33 R-K5 R-QB8+ 34 K-R2 Black Resigned. 12 BXN KXN? 12. . NXB 13 P-QN3 QXR+! - 13 N-N5+ ! 13 B-B3! (k)13. N-B3. If 13 . . K-B2 14 Q-R5+ P-N3 15 Q-B3+ K-NI 16 N-B6+ +-.

BXN 38 Q-B1 N-BS+ 39 K-N3 R-KN1+ 40 K-B2 N-R6+ White Resigns. " . The Franco-Russian Alexander Alekhine (World Champion from 1927 to 1935 and again from 1937 until his death in 1946) was not only a great chess master (possibly the most imaginative in chess annals) but also a firstrate chess writer. The problem in his case is not only that he produced a huge number of brilliant games, but that he also provided no less brilliant notes of his own to these games in his best game anthologies, in his tournament books, or in his accounts of his World Championship matches.

15 Q-B2 N-N1 16 QR-K1 N-B3 17 N-N3 N-QR4 18 P-B3 N-N6 19 P-K4 QXP 20 P-K5 N-Q2 21 Q-B2 P-N3 22 P-B4 68 i%e Chess Combination from Philidor to Karpov From Morphy to Fischer 69 N-R5+! PXN 32 Q-N5+ K-B1 33 QXN+ K-N1 34 P-K7. 34.. Q-B8+ 35 K-B2 Q-B7+ 36 K-N3 Q-Q6+ 37 K-R4 Q-K5+ 38 KXP Q-K7+ 39 K-R4 Q-K5-k 40 P-N4 Q-Kg+ 41 K-R5 Black Resigns. . 2 2 . P-B4. Black is obliged to weaken himself in order to stem the avalanche-Blackburne faced the identical problem. 23 PXPep NXP 24 P-B5! RXR 25 RXR R-K1 26 R-K6!

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