Reports | November 17, 2007 17:00

[lang_nl]Wekelijkse eindspelstudie (45)[/lang_nl][lang_en]Weekly Endgame Study (45)[/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]I. Aliev
1999

Wit aan zet wint

Volgende week de oplossing.

Oplossing vorige week:

[/lang_nl][lang_en] I. Aliev
1999

White to play and win

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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Of course we must prevent black from queening on h1, to avoid mate. But we can not simply exchange queens because after 1. ...h1Q+ 2. Qxh1 Rxh1+ the black rook will simply pick up our pawns and the game is lost.

So i started like this: 1. Qh1 Rxh1 2. a8Q Rg1 3. Qh1 Rxh1

Now 4. a7 Rg1 a8Q+. The black king must move to Kb1/2 which alows us to capture the h2 pawn with a fork on Qb8+ and we have a winning Q vs. R ending.

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