By John M. Rice
This ebook is a set of chess difficulties by means of an eminent composer who has an outstanding event on chess problems
Full suggestions and comentary is integrated after the set of 2 movement problems
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TLlxb 5 +- . d3 In reply to 1 1 . M g 1 Black can simply continue developing, leaving the g7 -pawn under attack: 1 1 . . e 7 ! 1 2 . ::!. x g7 ! tLlh5 1 3 . ll g 4 f5 +. �d6 Also not bad is 1 1 . . e7 , intending . . ttJh5 and . . f5 . 1 2 �xd6 . B. �f1 -e2 9. xf3 tLla5) , Black maintains equality with 1 0 . . Sa7 . 9. �fB-e7 9 . . tLle l �xe2 1 2 . �xe 2 = Miles-Smyslov, Amsterdam 1981. 1 0. ::!. �xe2 tLlxe5=. 1 0. 11. a3 gfc8 and . . b5 . 11. 1 2. ll a B-cB If 1 2 . b4 tLle8 followed by .
Tbh5 ! tLlbd2 CLJh5 1 6 . iLg5 f6 1 7 . tL:d3 tLJa5) 1 6 . iLg3 �xg 3 , and Black's chances are no worse, Magerra mov-Garcia Callejo , Andorra 1 9 9 1 . �c1 and now: D2 1 ) In the game Magerramov-Titov, Uzhgorod 1 9 8 8 , Black fell into a standard trap: 8 . . iLe7 ? 9 . tLlxb5+-, and the knight cannot be taken because of 9 . . axb 5 1 O . ic7 ; �c1 -g5 We have reached a posItion from the pop ular Moscow Variation, but with the in clusion of the moves �b3 and a6. In whose favour are these two extra moves?
Axb5 cxb5 V Kiselev-Vysochin , Lugansk 2 0 0 7 ; 1 3 . tLld2±. e l � . lll. cH. ttJe4 'i"e5 (Bareev-Kir. Georgiev, Halkidiki 2002) 1S . ttJd4oo. e2 . 7 e6 The move 7 . . �g4 has almost never been met in practice. axb3 as +) 1 1 ... tLle5 Piket-Hodgson, ... Netherlands tt 1 9 9 6 / 9 7 ; 14 .. 1Wc7 00) 8 . . tLlbd7 (also deserving of attention is 8 . . �f4 t , Ehlvest-Dreev, Lvov 1 9 8 5 . O-O Neither 8 . �b l cxb 3+ Utnasunov Volkov, Elista 2 0 0 0 , work out very well for White. S ... b3 cxb3 (9 .
Chess Problems for Solving by John M. Rice