By Genrikh Kasparian
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Qd5-h1 + Kh8-g8 4. Qh1-d5 + Perpetual check. 43 Lipnizky (Master)–Boleslavsky (Grandmaster) Moscow 1950 White to play and draw 1. Re6-d6 Kf7-e7 2. Rd6-e6 + Ke7-f7 3. Re6-d6 Kf7-e7 4. Rd6-e6 + Ke7-f7 5. Re6-d6 Drawn by three-time repetition of position. 44 D. Ulyanov White to play and mate in 3 moves 1. Bb1-a2 d6-d5 2. d2-d4! c4xd3 (en passant) 3. Ba2xd5#. Checkmate. Lesson Two A. Check Lesson 1 homework (if necessary). B. Review Questions: 1. What is the most powerful move in a chess game? 2. Can a player pass his turn?
H2-h3? White is playing hastily, without thinking out his moves carefully. He wants to chase back the advanced enemy Knight right away even though it is not threatening anything dangerous. A possible alternative is: 4. Ngf3 Bc5 5. e3 Nc6 6. Nc4 b5 7. Ncd2 a6 8. a4, with a slightly better position for White. 4. (see Diagram 48) Ng4-e3! 48 White resigns. He must lose his Queen, since if 5. fxe3, then 5. Qh4 + 6. g3 Qxg3 #. Here is how this game would be recorded in abbreviated notation: Gibeau–Lazard (Paris, 1924) 1.
3. a4-a5 + Stalemate Kb6xa5 35 E. Cook White to play and draw 1. Ra7-b7 + Kb8-c8 2. Rb7-b5 c2-c1Q 3. Rb5-c5 + ! Qc1xc5 Stalemate 36 Marshall–McClure, New York 1923 White to play and draw. 1. Rf6-h6! Rh5xh6 2. h7-h8Q + Rh6xh8 3. b4-b5 and all moves by Black produce a stalemate! 37 White to play and draw. 1. Qg1-c5 + ! b6xc5 If Black moves his King, he loses his Queen on f8. 2. Kb4-a3! and all moves by Black produce a stalemate. 38 H. Rinck, 1912 White to play and draw 1. Kf2-g3 h7-h5 2. e2-e4 Kh1-g1 3.
888 Miniature Studies by Genrikh Kasparian