Chess Explained: The Queen's Indian by Peter Wells

By Peter Wells

Chess defined is a brand new sequence of books approximately chess openings. they aren't theoretical works within the conventional feel, yet extra a sequence of classes from a chess specialist with large over-the-board event with a gap. you are going to achieve an figuring out of the hole and the middlegames to which it leads, permitting you in finding the best strikes and plans on your personal video games. it really is as though you have been sitting on the board with a chess trainer answering your questions about the plans for each side, the information in the back of specific strikes, and what particular wisdom you must have.

The Queen's Indian is a crucial and well known commencing in any respect degrees of play. Black's versatile stance permits him to select from various good and dynamic constructions. In flip, White can play flexibly, opposing Black's fianchetto, or can try and strength the velocity within the centre and begin a hand-to-hand struggle. it really is a gap wealthy in nuances, and plenty of of the fashionable major strains contain strikes that glance extravagant, yet are subsidized up by way of a deep underlying logic.

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R3A 37. R4C 03A+ P4TR+! Las Blancas abandonaron . ¡Una brillante celada! En la partida Bagirov-Zborovski, Saratov 1962, que veremos seguidamente, al Blanco se le pasó por alto una combinación de celada a base de sacrificar la Dama , con la que su adversario le infligió pérdidas materiales decisivas : 1. P4R, P4R 2. C3AR, C3AO 3. A5C, A4A 4. O-O, C50 5. C X C, A XC 6. P3AO, A3C 7. P40, P3AO 8. A4AO, P30 9. A3R. C3A 10. P3A, O-O 11 . 01 R, C4T 12. C20, 03A 13. A3C, A3R 14. P X P (no convenía apresurarse a efectuar este cambio) 14 ..

Su Torre se halla amenazada. Para salvarla ha de entregar un Caballo, precio sin 39 duda demasiado alto por conservar un Peón. En la variante principal del Gambito de Dama Aceptado existe una celada basada, como tantas otras, en la respuesta «natural» del adversario. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. P4D P4AD C3AR P3R AXP 6. O-O 7. D2R P4D PXP C3AR P3R P4A P3TD P4CD 8. A3D Esta jugada ha de poner en guardia a todo ajedrecista . La retirada usual es 8. A3C . Al salirse del camino ordinario, las Blancas tienden a su contrincante una celada .

T X T 30. A X T +, C3A 31 . A X C+ , R1C 32. C X A las Blancas quedan con dos piezas menores por la Torre y una posición ganada. La dama en el cepo Muchas celadas se basan en atraer la Dama enemiga al propio campo, para después cortarle la retirada y capturarla. Es típica , por ejemplo, la siguiente : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. P40 C3AR A5C P4R C020 C3AR P3R P4A 03C Tentando al Negro a que acepte el «regalo» de un Peón. 5. OXP? Existen muchas posiciones parecidas a ésta , en las que la captura del PCD blanco es posible .

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