Reports | February 24, 2007 17:00

[lang_nl]Wekelijkse eindspelstudie (8)[/lang_nl][lang_en]Weekly Endgame Study (8)[/lang_en]

Yochanan Afek[lang_nl]Elke zaterdag publiceren we op Chessvibes een eindspelstudie, geselecteerd door Yochanan Afek: speler, trainer, eindspelcomponist en schrijver. Een week later wordt de oplossing gepubliceerd.[/lang_nl][lang_en]Every Saturday an endgame study is published at Chessvibes, selected by Yochanan Afek: player, trainer, endgame study composer and writer. A week later the solution is published.[/lang_en]

[lang_nl]A. Herbstmann
3e-4e prijs, 1935

Wit speelt en houdt remise

Volgende week de oplossing.

Oplossing vorige week:

[/lang_nl][lang_en] A. Herbstmann
3rd-4th Prize, 1935

White to play and draw

Next week the solution.

Solution last week:

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Author: Yochanan Afek

IM Yochanan Afek is a chess player, trainer, endgame study composer and writer. His complete selection of studies can be found here.

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Comments

Tom Chivers's picture

Hurrah! I solved one!!

Ronald's picture

After ...Rc8, the black king is in a prison cell.

george's picture

1.c8=N+ maybe? (no queen because of R1c2+ and there is no perpetual)

if 1...RxN then 2.Ra3-b3 perpetual check

the knight cannot be captured and so the endgame is drawn (I think!)

forest's picture

@george it's no perpetual if i walk with my king to c4?

Ronald's picture

if the king walks to c4, Rd3 is the move.

Tom Chivers's picture

I hope George will try to re-solve the puzzle reading comment 4, but without reading comment 5. Otherwise the best part just got spoilt for him.

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