500 Master Games of Chess by Dr. S. Tartakower, J. du Mont

By Dr. S. Tartakower, J. du Mont

Vast selection of nice chess video games from 1798 via 1938, with a lot hard-to-find fabric. totally annotated, prepared through establishing for less complicated learn. one hundred fifty years of grasp play!

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1. Bc1 Ke4 Ke6 other 109. 1. Be2 b3 Kt×e2 Kta2 110. 1. Re2 K×g4 111. 1. Ra7 B×h2 B×a7 112. 1. Rc5 K×c5 d×c5 Ka3 d5 113. 1. Qc8 Ke3 Kd3 114. 1. Rc5 115. 1. Bb7 2. Kt×f5† 2. Rg8† 2. Ktg5† 2. Ktg5† 2. Ktd4† 2. R×c1 2. Ra1 2. B×d3 2. B×g6 2. Bb7 2. Bb8† 2. Ktc6 2. Ktb5 2. Rc2 2. Ktb5 2. Q×c3† 2. Q×c3† 116. 1. Rf8 117. 1. Qg3 118. 1. Bh7 119. 1. Bb3 120. 1. Bd2 121. 1. Bg8 [Cook: 1. Sf6†] 122. 1. Ra6 123. 1. Rc6 b×c6 d5 124. 1. Ktf4 125. 1. Ra8 126. 1. Qe3 127. 1. Ktc6 128. 1. Qe2 129. 1. Bf8 130. 1.

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1. Bf7 R×f7 2. Bg7† R×g7 3. Rh1† 1. — Ktf5 2. B×f8 Ktg3 3. ] 1. Qc5 Kt×c5 2. Ktf8† Kd6 3. Kte8† 1. — Kt×f6† 2. g×f6 Q×e4 3. d×e4 1. — — 2. — Qb7 3. R×b7 1. — Q×e4 2. Q×e7† Kf5 3. Q×d7† 1. Kt×f6 1. Qb3 1. ] 1. Qc4 1. Qg8 1. Rf5 1. Qb8 1. Kte8 any 2. Ra5(†) 1. Rc1 Kc5 2. Rb3 Kd7 2. e6† [Cooks: 1. Rf4†. 1. ] 1. Rd5 Kg8 2. B×f6 1. Rc6 Ke4 2. Qf4† 1. Qh7 c4 2. Q×c7† 1. Re3 Kf5 2. d5 Kd5 2. f5 80. 1. Kh6 Kd4 K~ [Cook: 1. ] 81. 1. Rd5 82. 1. Rh8 83. 1. Be2 84. 1. Bf2 85. 1. Rd4 86. 1. Qb6 87. 1. Ktb5 88.

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