Reports | April 26, 2008 17:00

[lang_nl]Wekelijkse eindspelstudie[/lang_nl][lang_en]Weekly Endgame Study[/lang_en] (68)

[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]

V. Korolkov
1954

[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

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I am considering
1. d7, Nf7
2. e6, g1Q
3. exf7+, Kh7!
4. f8N+!
(4.d8Q?, Qg7+ 5. f6, Qxf6+! 6. Qxf6 =)
4. ..., Kg8!
5. Ne6!
(5. d8Q?, Qg7+ 6. f6, Qxf6+! 7. Qxf6 =)
5. ..., Kf7!
6. d8R! (6. d8Q?, Qxb1+! 7. Kxb1 =)
Now White has a winning material advantage that he should be able to consolidate, for example 6. ..., Qh2 7. Rd2 etc. The a-pawn will ultimately bring victory.

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