By Steve Giddins
The one other thing humiliating than wasting a online game quick is to lose a video game fast to a recognized starting capture. however, the simple aspect scored through the trapper is a brilliant self assurance booster, and permits the winner an outstanding relaxation prior to the subsequent video game in a contest. This booklet indicates that nobody may still think secure from an opponent armed to tooth with crafty traps. Steve Giddins (who lived in Russia for a time) has gathered his fabric from a wide selection of assets, a few now not ordinarily to be had within the West.
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Wc2 �, Jonkman - Dittmar, Saint Vincent 2002) 1 3 . . exfS 1 4 . tbb3 Ae6 1 S . c7 16. fc8 1 7. hS h6 1 8 . tbcS � , Najer Socko, I nternet (Bl itz) 2004 . Furthermore, after 1 0 . . ttlg4 Black can prepare f7-f6 with out having to exchange on e3 first. A1 ) 1 3 . . tbb8 1 4 . 'We2 Aa4 1 S . e4 tbc6 1 6 . 'We3 0-0 1 7. ab1 as 1 8 . bxaS 'Wa7 1 9 . exdS exdS 20. b6 tbxaS 2 1 . h6 (this interesting manoeuvre shows the imagina tion and potential of the young player; but his equally young opponent succeeds in defending h imself) 2 1 .
D5, and Black will still have to work hard 35. . xb2 36. cB! xb3 3B. xf7 39. d3. to draw. After 34. c 1 ? h 5! 35. bB! (but not 35. . � e2+ 36. ;hB 3B. � xc 1 , and White is better) 36. h 4 After 28 . . f3 29. Axf3 §xf3 30. Vxe7 YII x e7 31 . §xe7 §x b3 32. ;>f7 33. §b8 §xb2 33. f4 ! White would have found it hard to win the endgame. 34. fxg3 only Black can play for a win. 34 . . fxg3 35. Ilxg3 Ilf1 + 36. mh2 Ve1 37. Ilxg7+ 29. lxh5 30. Vxe6+ mh7 The other king move was clearly weaker: 30. .
Dd3 as 2S. &DcS 'We8 � . 29 . ex16 �d8 (2 9 . . ) 30. 'Wh6 24. h6 !? a b c d • e 8 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 3O 24 • • • 25. �h5! 31 . Eixc4 dxc4 32. d5! a5 32 . . exdS 33. �e1 &Dc6 34. �e7 +- ; 32 . . eS 33. �e1 +-. 33. Eie1 Eia7 34. 17+ ! Black resigned in view of 34 . . &Dxf7 (34 . 'Wxf7 3S. Axd8) 3S. d xe6 &Dxh6 36. exd7 �xd7 37. Ax h6. Attack on the king, play on the dark squares Possibly Black reckoned only on 2S. &Dxg6 fxg6 26. Axh6 fi)e7 00 when the knight would take up a fine post at fS.