By David Bronstein, Tom Furstenberg
En este instructivo y entretenido libro para jugadores de todas las edades, el legendario David Bronstein, artista y mago del tablero, invita al lector a convertirse en su aprendiz. Bronstein comienza con cuarenta recomendaciones para el principiante
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All these aspects strongly suggest that a plan of regrouping initiated by 23 . lLldfl (White needs to increase his pressure against the f5-square. �c6 Black would get strong counterplay with 25 ... ) 24 . . �a4 �h6. White has problems keeping the kingside under control. The immediate threat is . �e3 followed by . . f5 . 'lWd3 to prevent this, when a race between the plans on opposite wings could 39 start. if4 2S. exf5 gxf5 would only open the g-file for Black's attack) 32 ... l"laa7 (We can see that the description of 23 .
Cj;le2 Black can push His Majesty back with 40 ... iWd4. hc4 ttlxe4 Black's superior strategy has been crowned by a minimal material gain. ) more moves, but this is beyond our scope. ••• 1/Z-1f2 Theoretical discussions at the highest level Sixteen years later, Smyslov had the opportunity to test the variation at the highest possible level, namely in his second match against Botvinnik. The psychological situation was quite interesting, because in his notes to the previous game the Patriarch had called White's set-up "inoffensive".
FB leaves the b5-pawn defenceless after �c6. Also, the queen is not easy to drive away from f5 with . . g6 because the f6-knight would be undefended. b3?! • 24Jledl Smyslov probably hoped that his control of both open lines combined with the pressure against the e5-pawn would offer him active play. However, with his next series ofmoves Lilienthal will manage to remove most of the dynamic e lements remaining in the position, although t his will involve a temporary worsening of his p ieee placement.