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Aron Nimzowitsch - A Reappraisal by Raymond Keene PDF

By Raymond Keene

ISBN-10: 0713484381

ISBN-13: 9780713484380

Until eventually his demise in 1935, Aron Nimzowitsch used to be one of many world's major chess gamers. The major Grandmaster of the Hypermodern tuition, his video games have been packed with new rules and plans. this article seems to be on the video games and occupation of 1 of the main influential chess gamers.

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29 Promotion by capture: after the move. When a pawn reaches the last rank, we must write down the symbol of the new piece after the usual notation of the move. In Diagrams 26-II and 27-II, we see White advancing his pawn from b7 to b8 and changing it to a Queen. This move is recorded as b7-b8Q. A pawn can also be changed into any piece if it reaches a square on the last rank by capturing an enemy piece on that square. The captured enemy piece is of course removed from the board. In Diagrams 28-II and 29-II you can see a White pawn on b7 capturing a Black Queen on a8 and becoming a Knight.

If Black takes the Knight with his Rook, the White Rook can capture the Black Rook. Black would thus lose a Rook, and White would lose a Knight. Diagram 40 shows some mini-positions that will help you to better understand the Rook, and also how chessmen move, attack, and defend each other in general. 49 40 Rooks move, attack, and defend each other. In 40-I, each Rook defends his partner and attacks an enemy Rook. In this situation, neither side can win a piece for nothing. In 40-II, each side has a choice of three captures, and the side which moves first can win a Rook by any of those captures.

A pawn can also be changed into any piece if it reaches a square on the last rank by capturing an enemy piece on that square. The captured enemy piece is of course removed from the board. In Diagrams 28-II and 29-II you can see a White pawn on b7 capturing a Black Queen on a8 and becoming a Knight. This move is recorded as follows: b7xa8N. 39 It is clear that the possibility of promotion greatly increases the value of a pawn. Now look at Diagram 28 and figure out how many different moves the pawn in each of the quarter diagrams can make.

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