Weekly chess study #21 – Siegbert Tarrasch study solution

Weekly chess studies #21:

Siegbert Tarrasch

White to play and win

Solution:

This is a study from the masterful Dvoretsky’s book: Studies for practical players

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Weekly chess study #21 – Siegbert Tarrasch study

Weekly chess studies #21:

Siegbert Tarrasch

White to play and win

Weekly chess study #20 – Leonard Katsnelson study solution

Weekly chess studies #20:

Leonard Katsnelson, 1968

White to play and win

Solution:

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Weekly chess study # 20 – L. Katsnelson study

Weekly chess studies #20:

Leonard Katsnelson, 1968

White to play and win

Weekly chess study #19 – Oleg Pervakov study solution

Weekly chess studies #19:

This week’s problem is another beautiful study taken from Dvoretsky’s book, Studies for Practical Players

As Dvoretsky himself wrote: “I begin with some studies in which a violent combinative struggle flares up, leading to a rapid and spectacular finish.” 

O Pervakov study, 1994

 

White to play and win

Solution:

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