THE GAME OF CHESS TARRASCH PDF

He was a strong endgame player and displayed superior tactical abilities in many games as well. In this game from , Tarrasch conducts a brilliant kingside attack from his own line of the French Defense. He closes the center and then quickly brings his minor pieces to the kingside before a simple piece sacrifice ends the game—Tarrasch makes attacking look easy! World-Class Player Tarrasch stepped onto the tournament scene in the late s and quickly made a name for himself. By the late s he was considered a world-class player. Tarrasch had a score of three wins, no loss and one draw against the first official world champion, Wilhelm Steinitz.

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Position after Rook behind its own passed pawn. The winning technique is straightforward: Move the king towards the passed pawn. The defending king must also move that way, otherwise he will be forced to give up his rook for the pawn. If the attacking king can penetrate no further because the defending king is in opposition, use tempo moves by the rook up and down the file.

Once pawn moves are exhausted, then the defender runs out of options. If the defending rook retreats, then advance the pawn. The defender cannot keep up this strategy. If the defending king sidesteps away from the pawn, the attacking king moves towards the pawn, and forces its advance. The defender will have to give up his rook. So the only option is for the defending king to move towards the pawn.

The attacking king penetrates the kingside pawn structure as far as possible. If the defender wins the passed pawn, an exchange of rooks ensues and the resulting pawn ending is an easy win for the attacker. At the right moment, the attacking rook abandons the pawn and joins in the attack on the kingside pawns. The 34th game of the World Championship match between Alekhine and Capablanca is a classic example of the technique [3] or see annotated text.

White won on move 82 Korchnoi Rook behind enemy passed pawn: usually a draw[ edit ] Mecking vs. Korchnoi,

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Position after Rook behind its own passed pawn. The winning technique is straightforward: Move the king towards the passed pawn. The defending king must also move that way, otherwise he will be forced to give up his rook for the pawn. If the attacking king can penetrate no further because the defending king is in opposition, use tempo moves by the rook up and down the file.

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