Reports | September 01, 2007 17:00

[lang_nl]Wekelijkse eindspelstudie (35)[/lang_nl][lang_en]Weekly Endgame Study (35)[/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]Gurvitch, A.
1e prijs, 1952

Wit aan zet houdt remise

Volgende week de oplossing.

Oplossing vorige week:

[/lang_nl][lang_en] Gurvitch, A.
1st Prize, 1952

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.


Jasper van Nispen's picture

1.Tg5 Kxg8 2.Txg6+ Kf7 3.Txf1 Lxf1 ?Ǭ?-?Ǭ?

Felix's picture

And if 1... Bxg5? I don't think that's a draw then :)

Jasper van Nispen's picture

oooh shit... Sorry i didn't saw that!:P

Yet Another Chess Blogger's picture

Such a tricky study!

1.Rh8 Kg7 2.Bh7 g5 3.Bf5 Kh8 4.Bg4 =

Reaching a fortress since White can control each of c7, d6, and e5 from two squares - no zugzwangs.

JMR's picture

Beutiful study
White has to give a piece and the only way to draw is to give the strongest (the Rook)

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