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By Martin Greif

Checkmate! those fun-filled mind teasers increases your ability. each one chessboard puzzle has its items in a in particular conceived tough association. you want to entire a given job in a selected variety of strikes: "White to play and mate in 5 strikes, " for instance. a few puzzles sharpen either your protective and offensive acumen, and plenty of specialize in your endgame-the most vital section of chess. strategies are within the again. a hundred and forty four pages, two hundred colour illus., five 3/8 x eight 1/4.

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D) Es extremadamente sensible a la fuerza de una amenaza: siempre que sea posible realiza una jugada vinculada a una amenaza, de forma que obligue al contrario a seguir su ritmo en lugar de dejarle realizar nada por sí mismo. (e) Conoce bien la importancia de mantener la iniciativa y de sacar las máximas ventajas de cualquier posibilidad de ataque. (f) Tiene una visión rápida para las combinaciones que puedan suponer un sacrificio provechoso. APERTURA ESCOCESA Amateur Maestro 1 P4R En un momento de la historia del ajedrez, los buenos jugadores empezaron a darse cuenta de que para un juego eficaz: (a) las piezas deben desarrollarse lo más rápidamente posible; (b) deben abrirse líneas para facilitar ese desarrollo; (c) el jugador que domina los cuatro cuadros centrales tiene la mayor posibilidad de éxito.

En primer lugar, la continuación deberá ser 6 D x D + R x D perdiendo las negras su facultad de enrocar, y en segundo lugar la formación de peones resultante es desfavorable para las negras, ya que las blancas gozarían de una mayoría de peones flexibles en el flanco de rey que podría resultar en un peón pasado después de los cambios, mientras que las 52 AJEDREZ negras tendrían una mayoría de peones flexibles en el flanco de dama, que en general no es aprovechable ni desemboca en un peón pasado.

En primer lugar, la continuación deberá ser 6 D x D + R x D perdiendo las negras su facultad de enrocar, y en segundo lugar la formación de peones resultante es desfavorable para las negras, ya que las blancas gozarían de una mayoría de peones flexibles en el flanco de rey que podría resultar en un peón pasado después de los cambios, mientras que las 52 AJEDREZ negras tendrían una mayoría de peones flexibles en el flanco de dama, que en general no es aprovechable ni desemboca en un peón pasado.

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