Reports | April 19, 2008 17:00

[lang_nl]Wekelijkse eindspelstudie[/lang_nl][lang_en]Weekly Endgame Study[/lang_en] (67)

[lang_nl]Elke zaterdag publiceren we op ChessVibes een eindspelstudie, geselecteerd door IM Yochanan Afek: speler, trainer, eindspelcomponist en schrijver. Een week later wordt de oplossing gepubliceerd. Veel succes met de leerzame bezigheid van het oplossen![/lang_nl][lang_en]Every Saturday an endgame study is published at ChessVibes, selected by IM Yochanan Afek: player, trainer, endgame study composer and writer. A week later the solution is published. Good luck with the instructional occupation of solving a study![/lang_en]

I. Bilek
1971

[lang_nl]Wit aan zet wint

Volgende week de oplossing.


Oplossing vorige week:[/lang_nl][lang_en]White to play and win

Next week the solution.


Solution last week:[/lang_en]

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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

Moshe's picture

it is 2:30 am over here and this is just my first glance at this position, so i may be wrong...

Moshe's picture

why not 1.Rc7? if 1...Rd8 (rxc7 h8=Q and white can escape checks by marching towards the rook) 2.Kg7 seems to win

Piet's picture

Black can work with Rh8 and Rxh7

Piet's picture

Something like this ?!

1. Rg8 Rc3 2. Rg4+ Ka3 3.Kh5 Rc8 4. Rg8 Rc2 5. Rc3+ Ka2 6. Kh4 Rc8 7. Rg8 Rc1 8. Ra2+ Ka1 9. Kh3 Rc8 10. Rg8 Rc1 11. Kh2 Rc2+ 12 Kh1 Rc1+ 13 Rg1

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