By David Bronstein, Tom Furstenberg
En este instructivo y entretenido libro para jugadores de todas las edades, el legendario David Bronstein, artista y mago del tablero, invita al lector a convertirse en su aprendiz. Bronstein comienza con cuarenta recomendaciones para el principiante
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Xf3 1 7 e6! Strauss) 1 7 ... CLlf6 1 8 e7+ �c8 19 �e6+ �c7 ( 1 9 . . CLld7 20 e8� 20 �f4 + wins, while instead 1 6 . . �g6 17 �xg7 Me8 1 8 dS ! Strauss) , opening more central lines, is crushing as 1 8 . . cxdS 19 �g5 + �c8 20 Mfc 1 + is appalling for Black. d5 1S e6! txe6 19 "lig5+! Now the point of 1 2 as is revealed: this check picks up the loose bishop on as ! 1 9 .. tg4 22 Mg 5 ! txh5 23 MXgS+ tiJfS 24 MxfS+ '>t>d7 25 tiJe5+ '>t>c7 26 MxaS Diverting the bishop to an inferior square. te2 2S MeS c5 29 �e7+ '>t>cS 30 tiJc6 1 -0 37 Th e S l a v S u m mary After 8 .
16 dxcS MCS (of course not 16 . . ltxcs 17 ltxh7+ �xh7 1 S iVc2+ �gS 19 tbgS ltg6 20 iVxcs, winning a pawn) , followed by . . ltxcs or . . MxcS, promise White anything. Th e O ld M a in L in e : B l a c k a //o ws e 3 - e 4 14 . JLg 6 . 1 5 JLxg6 hxg6 15 ... fxg6 used to be played almost automatically, primarily for defensive reasons: black players were worried that if they recaptured with the h pawn, White would play his knight on g3 to gS via e4 and his queen to h4, when Black would have no defence to 'Ih7 mate.
E7 13 . . cS is unpleasantly met by 14 ltgS! 'i'aS 15 ltbS! Once Black moves the knight on d7, he will lose the cs pawn, and he cannot protect it with a rook due to the bishop on gS. If he protects the knight with l S . . 'i'c7, then 16 Mac1 is unpleasant. The text prevents ltgS and prepares . . c6-cS . 1 4 CLlg3 The direct approach. 14 as has also been tried. dxc4 5 a4 �f5 6 e 3 e 6 7 �xc4 � b4 8 0-0 CLlbd7 9 �e2 �g6 1 0 e4 0-0 1 1 � d 3 �h5 1 2 e 5 CLld 5 1 3 CLle4 ! Question 4: Why does White play 14 as?
Aprendiz de Brujo (Monografias De Jugadores) by David Bronstein, Tom Furstenberg