By Aron Nimzowitsch
Chess Praxis is a wonderful number of Aron Nimzowitsch’s most sensible video games annotated through the nice guy himself, however it is much more than that. Nimzowitsch and his hypermodern principles had an incredible impression on glossy chess considering. Nimzowitsch first expounded his perspectives in My System. In his follow-up Chess Praxis he proven and defined how his strategies labored in his personal games.This is a totally new translation of Nimzowitsch’s vintage paintings, with a purpose to enable the reader to understand influential principles defined in glossy language
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24 25 26 34 "'t3 Here both players were already in time trouble. If 34 l:tde 1 Black was intending 34 . . xe l 3S %lxe l l:txe l + 36 �f2 li)d3+ 3 7 "'xd3 l:txd3 3 8 'iitxe l :d4 with a won ending. 34 35 li)e4 :de1 The decisive mistake. White should first have exchanged on b6. tc6. 27 c4 f5 Black does not fall into the trap 27 . . tc6 "'xc6? 29 dxc6 l:txd2 30 c7 and the pawn cannot be stopped. 28 "'c3 :18 The rook returns, in order to reach e7 via fl . 29 a4 :t7 30 31 as l:tfe7 :0 3 1 axb6 loses to 3 1 .
The pawn, which for many moves has been en prise, is also immune now. 31 32 JlxfS "b3 lDxfS lDe3 Here 8 lDc3 would have lost a pawn. 8 9 c6 a4 Yevgeny Zagoryansky, an expert on this opening, recommended 9 :d 1 here, followed by 1 0 Jle 1 and 1 1 lDbd2. 9 10 11 33 34 35 lDd l ! l::td :al "xe3 h3 Black resigns lDc3 cxd5 a5 b6 lDxd5 Not fearing 1 2 e4 because of 1 2 . . lDb4 and 1 3 . . Jla6. 12 lDal White defends against the threat of the knight move to b4 and prepares e2-e4, but 55 Averbakh 's Selected Games now Black succeeds i n playing .
If 24 . 1i'h4 White can reply 25 h3 . 24 �h4 Black had prepared a devilish trap - on the natural 25 :xh6 there would have followed 25 . . h3 ! c5+ :e7, and there is no defence against the mate at 81 . However, a chain is no stronger than its weakest link! White finds a simple reply that refutes the opponent' s clever idea. 25 f4! f5 :c3 :c2 36 . . �e6 could have been met by 3 7 �c6+ �d7 3 8 h6! : a3 39 �e5+ �e7 40 h7. :xc6 After 25 . •h5, which is comparatively best, I was intending to play 26 h3 .
Chess Praxis by Aron Nimzowitsch