Weekly endgame study | January 17, 2009 17:00

Weekly Endgame Study (104)

Weekly Endgame StudyEvery 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, and enjoy solving! (And don't miss the Corus Chess and Studies day on January 31st!)



Y. Afek
2007

White to play and win

Next week the solution.


Solution last week:


Corus Chess and Studies Day on Saturday, January 31st

The Corus Chess and Studies Day will be held on Saturday, January 31st in De Moriaan in Wijk aan Zee (The Netherlands) as part of Corus Chess Tournament and in collaboration with ARVES.

Schedule
11.00-14.00:
Open solving tourney for original studies of various difficulty levels with a prize fund of 750 Euros . Special prizes for newcomers and for youth solvers; courtesy Harold van der Heijden.

Entry fee: 15 Euros; Arves members, and u-20 youth: 10 Euros. Title holders: free

Former world solving champion GM John Nunn, Dutch champion GM Dolf Wissman and Belgian champion IM Eddy van Beers, world expert Harold van der Heijden and chess journalists Lex Jongsma, Hans B??hm and Ren?© Olthof are among the participants.

New solvers are warmly welcome!

14.00-17.00: Watching the penultimate round of the world’s most famous chess tournament live with GM commentary.

17.30: Prize giving and introduction of the solutions. Presentation of the booklet of Corus-70 Composing Tourney which will be given to all participants.

For further details and registration please send an email to the organizer Yochanan Afek to secure your place!

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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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Declan's picture

Trapped king in the last week study... I was thinking about that but never included giving the rook and mating, it all makes sense now heh.

KJ's picture

Why 2... g5 instead of 2... Kc2 attacking the rook?

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