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Saturday, September 3, 2011

middle game strategy part 15.

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Black to Play
Silman --- Van Buskirk / Santa Barbara 1989


 1. White has good space on the Queenside, and the King is well
placed. 2. White Rook on is not active presently. 3. d6 us a weak square
where White find excellent place to occupy.} 1... Rfc8 2. Nb5 {( to guard d6
square Black has only one move Ne8 or Rook c6)} Ne8 3. Bd3 Kf8 {(King is
advancing to defend the d6 square, If Black moves a6 it will weaken the b6
pawn and attacking b6 pawn strategy will adopted)} 4. Rhc1 Ke7 5. c5 d6 6. cxb6
axb6 7. Rxc8 Bxc8 8. a4 d5 9. a5 {( So the passed pawn is created.)} 1-0

White to play
J. Frankcle --- Sim 

1... Nc5 2. Be3 a5 3. Bxc5 (3. a3 Nxb3 4. cxb3 Be6 5. Rc1 Rd8 6. Rxc6 Bxb3)
3... Bxc5 {( Here the Black Bishop will be trouble  creating piece for the
rest of the game. It will not allow the White to Short castle still the
diagonal is open. To avoid this trouble White will have to deflect thes Bishop
away the diagonal a7-g1)} 4. a4 Ke7 5. Nec3 (5. Nf2 Bd7 (5... Rd8 6. Nd3 Nd7 7.
O-O-O Be3+ 8. Kb1 bxa4 9. Bxa4) 6. O-O Rhd8 7. axb5 cxb5 8. Rfd1 Kf8 9. Bd5 Ra6
) 5... b4 6. Nb1 Nd7 7. Nd2 Bd4 {( The troublesome Black bishop is now posted
at the centre which dangerous. If Black plays c3 it will open more space for
Black.)} 8. Rc1 (8. c3 bxc3 9. Nxc3 Nc5 10. Bc2 Rd8 11. Rd1) 8... Nc5 9. Ra1
Nxb3 10. cxb3 Be6 11. Rc1 Rad8 12. Nc4 (12. Rxc6 Rc8 13. Ra6 Ra8 14. Rxa8 Rxa8
15. Nc4 h5 16. Ke2 Ra6) 12... Bxc4 13. Rxc4 Rd6 14. Ke2 Rdd8 15. Re1 *

White to play
Capablanca -- Milner 
Margate 1936


Black's h6 pawn is weak pawn Which is guarded by Knight on f5,
if White plays Bxf5  gxf5 then White can easily capture h6 pawn.  White can
exploit the weak f4-square by posting its queen on f4.  White's Bishop pair is
centrally placed where as Black's knights are well advanced.  But these
knights are actually quite insecure.} 1. Ba1 {( One of the best things about a
Bishop is its ability to sit at a safe distance from the battle and still
exert strong pressure on the position)} (1. Bxe5 dxe5 2. Bxf5 gxf5 3. Qxh6 a5
4. Qh5+ Kg8 5. Qxf5 axb4 6. Rc2) 1... Rg8 (1... h5 2. Bxe5 dxe5 3. Bxf5 gxf5 4.
Qg5) 2. h5 Raf8 3. c5 d5 4. Bxd5+ cxd5 5. Qxd5+ Kf6 6. f4 Qc6 7. Bxe5+ Ke7 8.
Bd6+ 1-0

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