Táctica de finales y un caballo un poco torpe

por Karsten Müller
30/08/2022 – En la posición del diagrama, les toca jugar a las negras. A primera vista, las cosas parecen sombrías para este bando. La torre tiene que luchar contra dos piezas menores y el peón de la casilla "b" de las blancas ha avanzado mucho. Sin embargo, las negras pueden salvarse. ¿Cómo? Problema de finales por GM Karsten Müller.

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ChessBase Magazine 209

2022 Candidates Tournament with videos by Rogozenco and Ris, "Special" on Anna and Mariya Muzychuk, opening videos by King, Marin and Sokolov. 11 opening articles with new ideas for your repertoire and much more.

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ChessBase Magazine 209

Los puntos culminantes

The start page of ChessBase Magazine #209 gives you direct access to the editors' recommendations: the highlights of the issue!

Click and enjoy! 2022 Candidates Tournament: Review with videos by Dorian Rogozenco and Robert Ris - "Special" on the Ukrainian sisters and Olympic champions Anna and Mariya Muzychuk: 21 annotated games + contributions on strategy and endgame - Ragosin à la Keymer: Roven Vogel presents 1. d4 d5 2.c4 e6 2.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 Bb4 5.Qa4+ Nc6 6.e3 - Prague Chess Festival 2022: Annotated games by Harikrishna, Keymer, Navara, Shankland and Vidit - "Practical Tips for the Tournament Player": Let Jan Markos show you how to master must-win situations! - In Fischer's footsteps: Yago Santiago attacks Najdorf with 6.Bc4 - "Shocker" in the Jobava London System: Daniel King shows the new gambit idea 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nc3 d5 3.Bf4 c5 4.e4!? in the video and much more.

ChessBase Magazine 209

2022 Candidates Tournament with videos by Rogozenco and Ris, "Special" on Anna and Mariya Muzychuk, opening videos by King, Marin and Sokolov. 11 opening articles with new ideas for your repertoire and much more.

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Special: Anna and Mariya Muzychuk

CBM authors analyse their favourite games of Anna and Mariya Muzychuk. Look forward to an exclusive collection of 21 annotated games!

Top games and master analyses

FIDE Candidates Tournament 2022: Dorian Rogozenco shows two games of the clear winner, Ian Nepomniachtchi, in the video. Anish Giri analyses two selected games.

Prague Chess Festival 2022: The winners of the Masters, Pentala Harikrishna, and of the Challenger, Vincent Keymer, comment on one of their games. Plus analyses by David Navara, Vidit Gujrathi and Sam Shankland.

More annotated games: Anish Giri analyses two brilliant games from Norway Chess 2022.

Practical tips for the tournament player (II): Must-win-situations

Jan Markos devotes Part II of his video series to the topic of how to play in a "must-win situation" - a task that arises time and again not only in individual tournaments but also in team matches. To complement the video, our new author provides a small collection of five training exercises that you should go through after the video lecture!

All in one

Renato Quintiliano explores a provocative idea for Black in the Queen's Gambit Accepted, while Yuriy Kuzubov presents "a crazy Alekhine" with 5.Ba3!

Opening videos

Daniel King shows "a shocker": the gambit 4.e4 in the Jobava London System, often tested by GM Hans Niemann. Ivan Sokolov in the second part of his video analysis of the Queen's Gambit Ragozin Variation with 8...h5 deals with the main move 9.h4. And Mihail Marin presents new developments in the English Opening based on the game Ding Liren-Nepomniachtchi from the Candidates Tournament.

Daniel King: Jobava London System
1.d4 Nf6 2.Nc3 d5 3.Bf4 c5 4.e4!?
Mihail Marin: English
1.c4 e5 2.g3 c6 3.Nf3 e4 4.Nd4 d5 5. cxd5 Qxd5 6.Nc2 Nf6 7.Nc3 Qe5
Ivan Sokolov: QG Ragozin Variation 8...h5 (II)
1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.cxd5 exd5 5.Bg5 Bb46.e3 h6 7.Bh4 g5 8.Bg3 h5 9.h4

 


El GM hamburgués y doctor Karsten Müller, nacido en 1970, juega desde 1988 en el Hamburger Schachklub en la primera división de la Bundesliga y en 1996 y 1997 fue tercero en el campeonato de Alemania. Es un experto en finales de fama internacional y se encarga regularmente de las columnas de finales de ChessBase Magazine y del "Endgame Corner" de ChessCafe.com.
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