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The Inner Game of Chess: How to Calculate and Win

Each participant has heard the announcing, "Chess is ninety nine percentage strategies. " it is not. it is ninety nine percentage calculation. yet previously there hasn't ever been a publication committed totally to this such a lot mysterious and crucial chess process. This e-book examines either the technical and functional features of ways to imagine forward -- the choice of candidate strikes, the assessment of finish positions, discovering the correct movement order, etc.

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1. b5 91. 1. Rc8 92. 1. Re3 93. 1. Rb6 94. 1. Be4 95. 1. Qg5 96. 1. Ba4 97. 1. Qg5 98. 1. Qb7 99. 1. Ktg6 100. 1. g5 101. 1. Ktf4 102. 1. Rb2 103. 1. Qa8 104. 1. Qa7 105. 1. Kte6 106. 1. Qa4 107. 1. Re2 108. 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.

8. 9. 10. 1. Be5 1. Bd6 1. Bf6 1. Qc4 1. Qe4 1. Qd4 1. Kte3 1. Qe2 1. R5c4 1. Bf5 11. 1. Qe7 12. 1. Re7 13. 1. Kte4 14. 1. Kta3 15. 1. Kd7 16. 1. Qd4 17. 1. Kf5 18. 1. Qb4 19. 1. Qe2 20. 1. Kd7 21. 1. R×e7 22. 1. Qa3 23. 1. Kte6 24. 1. Kth4 Ktb1 Kt×e4 K×e4 K×c3 f×g5 f×e5 Kh3 Kh5 Kf5 d×e4 K×e4 Ke5 Ba6 Kg7 e×d4 f4 B×h4 Bg5 B×e7 Bd3† d6 h4 K×e5 Ke6 Ktd2 Kg6 K×e6 d×e6 e3 Rc5† Kc5 2. Kt×e5 2. B×e4 2. Ktf3† 2. Qc5 2. Kt×c4 2. Qe7† 2. Kte5 2. Ktf6† 2. Kt×f2 2. B×d4 2. Qd2 2. Qd2 2. Pb7 2. Ktd6 2. R×f5† 2.

Kt×b3† 2. Kt×e6† 2. Q×g7† 39. 1. Kt×d5 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. Kf5 2. Ktf4 Ke5 2. Kte3 Kd4 2. Qh4† Kd3 2. Kt×e3† Bd4 2. Ktb4† e×d5 2. Q×d5† 1. R×h7 Kd5 2. R×b7 Kf3 2. Qg4† 1. Qe7 K×g4 2. f4 K×e4 2. Qd6 Ke5 2. Bf3 Kt~ 2. Bd2† 1. Rh5 K×h5 2. Rg1 Kf4 2. Rd4† f×e5 2. Rdh1 1. Ktd6 Ke5 2. Qc3† Kc5 2. Qc4† 1. Ktf3 g×f3 2. Kt×e4 e×f3 2. Ktd3 1. Kta4 K×a4 2. b4 ~ 3. Bc4 any 4. Ra1‡ 1. — Kt~ 2. b4† K~ 3. Bc4 etc. 1. Rb6 1. Re7 1. e4 1. Qa7 [Qe1†, Qg1, Rf5†, and Ktg6† also solves problem.

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