In the 13th game of the 1985 kasparov – Karpov World Match, the opposite-colour bishops suggest that a draw is likely. But nevertheless the pawn at b6 seems doomed, and the white bishop is stronger than Black’s … Dos this mean that all is not clear? Black to play.

PROBLEMA DE AJEDREZ #4 JUEGAN NEGRAS 1

Este problema de ajedrez está extraído del el libro el arte de la defensa de Polugayevsky. Una pieza imprescindible para cualquier jugador de ajedrez que desea entrenar y progresar. This puzzle has been extracted from the excellent book The art of defence written by Lyev Polugayevsky and Iakov Damsky

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  1. This is my first stop through. I like you chess blog.

    For the puzzle, Qd8 saves the queen and pawn. I don’t see any tactics that would win the day or even force the draw for Black. I’m sure you’ll reveal those soon!

    «Las mujeres tienen un 11% más de neuronas» es interesante. La teoría debe explicar mucho. El artículo dijo que la cientifica es lista y ha estudiado en Harvard.

  2. I shouldn’t try to solve chess puzzles right after waking up! The b6-pawn is double-attacked, so it will fall either way. Instead of vainly trying to defend it, Black should counter-attack against White’s e2-pawn. 1…Qh6 2.Qxh6 gxh6 3.Bxb6 Bxe2.

  3. hey guillembaches – erik with chess.com here. i’m looking to work with some top chess bloggers on http://www.chess.com. send me an email if you would like to talk. i am in the san francisco area as well…

    erik
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