Ajedrez El Camino Hacia La Maestria / the Road to Chess by Max Euwe, Walter Meiden

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T6A Las negras nunca progresarán sin cambiar por lo menos una o dos de sus piezas fuertes, en primer lugar porque las torres blancas dominan demasiados cuadros y luego porque las mismas blancas pueden jugar T8C y cambiar torres en cualquier momento. 27 T x T Con la clara intención de adelantar el PD en el momento oportuno. TxT 30 R2C Las negras recapturan con su torre en lugar de hacerlo con la dama porque ésta es más activa que la blanca y desea retenerla. 28 D1A R2C \ A veces se hacen movimientos del rey para resguardarlo de asaltos súbitos.

3b) 27 ... T3D 28 TD-1R (amenazando 29 T7R+), T3C 29 D4T (29 T7R+ no decide en esta posición por 29 ... ) (3b1) 29 ... T3T 30 T8R D3D (30 ... D2A 31 TR-7R) 31 T8D D3C 32 T7R+ etc. (3b2) 29 ... D3T 30 T x C PxT 31 T7R+ R1C 32 T8R+ R2T 33 D7R+ T2C 34 C x T DxC 35 D4T+ R3C 36 T7R y ganan Seguimos en la jugada que se realizó en el movimiento: 24 ... R1T 25 D4T+ R2C Si 25 ... C2T 26 T7R. 26 C5T+ R3C Si 26 ... C x C 27D5C+! R2T28 DxC + R2C 29 D5C+ seguido de 30 T7R. 27 C4A+ 28 D 5 C + 39 R2C (forzada) R2T Forzada ya que si 28 ...

TxC. 39 Abandonan En cierto modo al amateur pierde k partida porque no se da cuenta de que el peón avanzado en el lado de dama seria débil en este caso muy especial. La cuestión es muy sutil e incluso un maestro podría equivocarse en tal situación. De hecho hay partidas incluso de grandes maestros que discurren por esta línea, y es basándose precisamente en ellas que el jugador activo sabe que debe ser cauteloso con P3TD P4CD en una fase temprana de la partida. Nuestro amateur no sabía esto. ° movimiento P5A.

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