By Karsten Müller
Shield to the tip! essentially the most vital abilities a chessplayer wishes is the facility to safeguard a place that's below siege. during this 3rd quantity within the hugely acclaimed, best-selling ChessCafe Puzzle e-book sequence, overseas Grandmaster Karsten M??ller besides foreign grasp Merij van Delft research and expound upon the important protective suggestions and strategies used to repulse enemy assaults. significant issues contain (1) rules and techniques of shielding; (2) protecting opposed to an instantaneous assault at the king; (3) Countering the initiative; (4) Saving the draw; (5) Passive as opposed to lively security; and (6) Use and improvement of counterplay. a number of the global s maximum gamers Steinitz, Lasker, Petrosian have been well-known for his or her mythical protecting abilities. Now overseas Grandmaster Karsten M??ller besides overseas grasp Merijn van Delft will exhibit you ways you could attempt and enhance Your protective ability.
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This move is too neutral. Black should strive for the exchange of queens with 31. ~b6! g7 his defense is coordinated. §g3? 4Je5!? 13 ... Axe5 4Jxe5!? (Gallagher analyzes 14 ... g6 and 14 ... ~e8) thereby radically reducing White's attacking potential. Ae44Jg6. xh7+! h4 ~c610. e5! g4 and Black keeps defending stubbornly. 14. ~e2 d515. §xh7+! §hl would have mated a lot quicker. 20 ... f7+ 1-0 Ever since this stem game, White has won a lot of fine attacking games with this strong thrust. A few pages of analysis by Gallagher can be found in his Beating the Sicilian 3.
Here it seems to be the latter: 16 ... ~xg2 axb5=) 17 ... fS exfS 2UhfS ~c6=. 16 ... ~c4! In the game Black played 16 ... 'it'h8 which is also interesting. EIfel ~h8 and Black is fine as Comas Fabrego relates in his book True Lies in Chess. BoRsch (2523) Gennan Bundesliga Mtilheim 2007 [B) White is exerting tremendous pressure along the d-file. What can Black do? (B) White has a nagging initiative in the ending. Is there an escape exit? 56 Chapter 4 Perpetual Check If you have studied the first three chapters, you are already familiar with the majority of defensive themes.
EIae8!? In some lines the rook is better positioned here than after the normal 14 ...