Aprendiz de Brujo (Monografias De Jugadores) by David Bronstein, Tom Furstenberg PDF

By David Bronstein, Tom Furstenberg

ISBN-10: 8480193034

ISBN-13: 9788480193030

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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White does not want to exchange pieces on the c-file since this would help Black to free his cramped position, so he has two plans. First (my own favourite) , he can concen­ trate on the kingside where White holds most of the trumps: a space ad­ vantage and a large concentration of minor pieces. fc8 16 g4 ltg6 17 h4, intending h4-hs. This plan demonstrates the drawback to ltf4, however: White would like to throw the f-pawn forward as well, but the bishop gets in the way. The chances after 15 h3 are, I believe, about equal.

H 7 1 4 J::i: d 1 ! I think that Short may have missed White's next, but this is actually a good move! iLxh6 gxh6 22 �g4+ �g 5 23 59 Th e Sla v �xc4 �ac8 24 � b 5 l::t x c3 1 2 �xf2 ik'xd4+ and . . ik'xeS. Black has good counterplay in this murky position. 9 . . a 5 1 0 e4 31 ttJf4 1Le4 32 �5d2 �c5 3 3 �xc 5 10 g4 ttJfdS! 1 1 h4 (1 1 gxfS ik'h4+ 12 �d2 ik'f4+ wins back the piece) l 1 . f6 1 2 gxfS fxeS (Ruzele) is extremely un­ clear. xe4 3 5 ttJ d 5

Question 4: Why does White play 14 as? Many white players d o not enjoy the positions that we have seen in the first two games of this chapter. With the centre closed, and the prospect of exchanges on the c-file, they feel un­ easy about their winning prospects; so recently the plan with 13 tbe4 has come to prominence. Of course, Black keeps his knight outpost on ds and his pawn-break against the centre with . . c6-cS. However, White's space advantage remains and he retains e4 to transfer first his knight, then his 32 Answer: a4-aS gains queenside space, preventing Black from using the as or b6 squares for his pieces.

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