SPRAGGETT ON CHESS
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POSITION AFTER WHITE’S 8th MOVE (8.Nf5)
Here Black should just castle and if 9.Bg5 (threatening Nd5) 9…Be6! with a defensible game. INSTEAD, Black lost patience and decided to force the Knight on f5 to move:
HOW CAN WHITE IMMEDIATELY GET A DECISIVE ADVANTAGE?SOLUTION:
White can win decisive amounts of material with 9. Bg5! The threat is Nd5. The game continued: 9… gxf5[ no better is 9… Bxf5 10. Nd5!; nor 9… h6 10. Nxh6 and Black can not deal with the pin adequately] 10. Nd5 Nxd5 11. Bxd8 Ne3 12. fxe3 Bxe3 13. Kh1 Kxd8 14. exf5 Ne5 15. Bxd7 Kxd7 16. Re1 [1:0]
POSITION AFTER 32 MOVES:
Wang, Hao B
A sharp position! Black is trying to shoot his a-pawn down the board while White is trying to drum up play on the Kingside. Black’s last move had just weakened his Kingside (g6).
WHITE TO PLAY AND WIN!SOLUTION:
33. Rb2! Qd3[33… Qxb2?? 34. Qxg6#] 34. Rd2! Qb1 35. Rd1! Qc2 36. Rc1! Qd3 and now instead of 37. Rh6 –which wins easily enough–the quickest mate is 37. Rc7!