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B~ w can bring about a sharp technical improvement in your play. In conclusion I offer somc exercises which feature a rook against the opponent's pawns. As you solve them you will gain somc experience in the practical application of the theory of this type of endgame . Exercises Now White carries out a curious circular knight manoeuvre reminiscent of the one that Capablanca used against Yates. 45 liJd2! ~d5 46 ~c4 ~f6 The threat was 47 ~e5+. ;e7 48 ~e4 After four consecutive moves the knight has returned to where it started, but Black's defence is now completely disorganized.

38 ••• :ab8 Our starting position has arisen again, but now it is White to move. 39 g3 This move takes away the square f4 from the knight, just in case. Here the principle 'do not rush' can be observed: while your %:ta8 White does not mind repeating his manoeuvre. While such unhurried manoeuvring is going on, your opponent does not know what he should fear most. IGkiani decided to prevent the advance f3-f4, which in fact is hardly a threat because it weakens the e4-pawn. g5? 41 ••• 42 ltJbc5! There win be no more suitable moment for the planned invasion on c5: the black rook is not defending the b7-pawn, and the bishop is stuck on dS.

With the rook on h8 it should be ignored. :Ic7+ Drawn Mark Dvoretsky The ideas we have covered may be elementary, but by no means all chess players are acquainted with them. Even grandmasters sometimes 'drift' in standard theoretical endings. Here is a tragi-comic example: and so on. When you know the plan of defence the moves can be made automaticaBy - there is nothing elaborate about them. However, the very experienced grandmaster Szabo had no idea of how to conduct an endgame of this type, and lost a totally drawn position.

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