quarta-feira, 16 de junho de 2010

Elevando corações

Caros colegas,
 
Na posição mostrada pelo diagrama abaixo, são as brancas que jogam:
 
 
 
FEN : 2nq1rk1/3r1p1p/1p1p1bp1/3Pp3/4N3/PQ2P3/2RN1PPP/1R4K1 w
Temas táticos: Peça sobrecarregada, Desvio de atenção e Garfo de Cavalo
Nível de dificuldade: Médio
 
Um exercício mais tranquilo, para elevar nossos corações e nos acalmar a alma!
Além disso, bastante didático também!
Enfim, puro mamão papaia com mel de jataí.
O primeiro tema tático indicado pelo enunciado está bem visível logo de início, não é verdade?
Olhem o duplo trabalho da Dama preta: protegendo, ao mesmo tempo, tanto o Cavalo de c8 quanto o Bispo de f6.
Quando encontramos uma peça sobrecarregada, como neste caso, logo pensamos em um modo de tirar vantagem da situação.
Se você fosse o jogador de brancas, como faria isso?
 
 
Solução:
 
[ 1.Rxc8,Qxc8 ; 2.Nxf6+,Kg7 ; 3.Nxd7 ]
 
The TDs for the tournaments I play in are top notch and very professional. I tend to presume they have ultimate authority and abide by whatever decisions they make. When I was 14, my Dad and I played in a tournament (some small club) and my Dad won Top Unrated and a trophy. Only the TD decided to give his friend the trophy, and fed my Dad a bunch of double talk. My Dad threatened to report him to the USCF. He gave my Dad the trophy.

As far as my own personal most annoying TD experience? It was mild. My opponent was 20 minutes late to the game, and when he arrived his father was with him and told me to add the 20 minutes back to his son's clock. I refused. We started playing. A little while later the TD shows up with Dad and tells me to add the 20 minutes. Apparently the father and son had prearranged something with the TD. That's fine -- nothing wrong with that. But the TD should have told me before or at the start of the game what was going on.
http://chriskilgore.blogspot.com
 

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