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This e-book fills a huge void in chess literature. There are a numerous variety of gamers who're more than pleased to guard the black aspect of the Queen's Gambit or play the Nimzo-Indian, Queen's Indian, Bogo-Indian or Benoni. besides the fact that, mostly they've been compelled to litter their means via a complete number of stressful sidelines White has at his or her disposal, together with the scary Trompowsky, the difficult Blackmar-Diemer Gambit and the tiresome Colle edition.
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Alekhine probably tempted 37. Ral deliber· ately, by playing 36 ... Κg7 instead of ... Κh8. 37. 38. e:x:d5 N:x:d5 Rxb6 If 38 ... Qxd5, then 39. Rc7t and 40. b7! is (Lδwenfisch), 33. 35. 36. Nd5! 37. Rcl! Black's Knight has now stopped any 19. 30. 31. 32. 33. Κh8 38. : Thσugh 38. Bj3 αppeιm tσ mαke life miserαble fσr Blαck, 38. Qcl seems mσre cer· tain. Then 38... Rdd8, αnd here 39. Rb4!! is α decσying thunderbσlt! 39 ... Qd5, 40. : Purdy's 38... Qe3 lσσks goodfor White's Rook going tσ α2, but 38...
Qcl seems mσre cer· tain. Then 38... Rdd8, αnd here 39. Rb4!! is α decσying thunderbσlt! 39 ... Qd5, 40. : Purdy's 38... Qe3 lσσks goodfor White's Rook going tσ α2, but 38... Qd3 slows thαt down because it immediately αttacks the IVjl αnd "threαtens" check. However, 39. Bc6 threatens 40. Be8 and αt the same time the Q/fl prσtects the IVjl. Νσw Blαck has 39... Qc4! , this time on move40, itwould win. 39... Qc4dσes α lσt ofworkfor Blαck, butin the end, ittσσfails αnd sσ dσes 38... ] 39. Ral with the Rook head· Qb7 the winning line.
Nxe4 Bb7 Nf6 13. Qh5 14. Nf6!! Qe8 0-0 Nxe4 Κh8 Το free his c· Κnight, Black must avoid Nf6t. Euwe-Alekhίne 1935 (apparently a beautiful knock-out), then 25. cxd4 Bxh1 26. Bh6! Rag8 27. Rxc7 Bb7 (only chance) 28. e6! wίns. 11. 23. 24. 15. 26. 17. 14. Bxf6 ••. If 14... gxf6, then 15. gxf6 Na5 (not 15 ... Bxf6H�) 16. Bxb? Nxb7 17. fxe7 Qxe7 J,B. Bh6 wίth advantage to Whίte, owίng to Black's weakened e-pawn. 15. gxf6 gxf6 16. Qh4! Qd8 17. Bf4 e5 Α case where a pawn ίs better than a Bίshop. If 16 ...