1933 PA State Championship; Gordon-Weiner; Weiner-Sharp, S. T.
. I JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP . TOURNAMENT The Y. Junior Chess club, sponsored sponsored by the boys' division of the Y. M. C. A. under the boys' work secretary. secretary. Miller J. Bricker, will hold a Junior championship of the city tournament. tournament. Details of arrangements are in charge of Malcolm Reider, a member member of the Albright college chess team. The tournament is scheduled to begin Friday evening. March 24. and any boy in this locality under 17 years of age Is eligible to enter, also it does not require membership in the Y. M. C. A. to enter the tournament. tournament. . ' Anyone desiring to enter the tournament tournament should visit the club meetings meetings at 7:30 p. m. Friday evening, at the Y. , The major tournament conducted at the Tyson - Schoener Recreation Center has been completed. The prize winners are as follows: 1 A. Blngaman. 2 1. Thoma. 3 C. Wheeler. 4 R. Ankle. 5 J. Shancr. The second round of the Reading Chess association league Li scheduled for Thursday evening at the Tyson - Schoener Recreation Center. 'he Sterlin A. C' 801 Locust St., have organized a chess team and desire matches with other teams in the city. Team matches with l':.e East Ends, Green Jackets and Convict club are being arranged. . The following two games were played in the Pennsylvania Championship Championship tournament. In the fifth and sixth round respectlvsly. .. . SICILIAN DEFENCE Werner , Gordaa Garden Whit 1 P - K4 3 Kt - QBJ 1 P - KK13 4 B - KU 5 KKt - KJ P - QJ 7 O - O P - KRJf) t B - KJ 1 P - KSib) 11 BxR 11 Kt - B4let II K - KtJ Kt - Q7ehid 14 P - Bl K - .XR IS QxKt P - Kt4ei IS KKt - KI P - KKtS 17 PxP KtxP Nate By D. ft) B - R Welner White Black US B - Q2 P - KR4 IS Kt - K4 Kt - K4 30 Q - B2 B - WB1 21 R - R P - Bf 22 O - KJ(f) PxP'tt 23 PxP BxKt 24 BPxB Kt - KtS M Q - Bl BxP 2 KI - B4 Q - B 27 KtxP R - Kt 21 R - R4 Kt - K4 29 Q - K2 Q - B7 SO Kt - B4 Kt - Kl3 31 KtxKt RxKt 32 R - R2h) B - K4 33 .R - RJ B - Bt 34 RetUgna G. WelMr To obviate Black p'.avinf B - B.q and iraawg on wnite m oiinop. inui Black P - QB4 Kt - QBJ P - KK.13 B - Ktl P - 43 Kt - B3 B - Q2 P - QR3 P - 9KI4 KtxP QxB Kt - Bch eliminating an Important defensive piece. (bi Appear a alrong. but la weak becaus of Black's reply, temporarily sacrificing the exchange and subsequently get - tlnc control of White squares, with direct stuck on the wnit king. ci Beat, u II r - B. BXRp threatens mate, etc. id i b - bj is stronger, aa it keens wnitt tied up. iei Blsek makes a premature attack. which lew White nut of most of his difficulties. difficulties. Better was Castles and develop ment with a pawn plus. ifi If PxP or P - Q4. K'.xBd wins tor Black. "ii If B - RJ. not or later. Whit replies RxP. ih White has a bad posit on. but this ' move hastens defeat. meantime Whit makes many meaningless moves In order to gsin time and examine the position which will arise. iei White would have a much harder task ware Black to play K - Kti restricting the White king. if I This move Is not good ta It may lead to a variation which aetuaUy occurs better was K - KtJ. , igl 44 B - R2 was better. If B - K then 45. R - Kt4ch, K moves K - B3 followed by R - K12 and White will have untangled himself. - , ihl Jot 4 B - R2 In an effort to prevent P - KtS aa White then plays 47 B - Ktl lol - lowed by R - B7 ch and RxB. HI preventing u - ne. The following game was played In the Reading and Shillington High schools chess match. Steadt Shillington White 1 P - K4 2 B - QBt . 3 P - Q3 4 Kt - KB3 5 B - Ktt PxP 7 BxKt I Q - Q3 I O - O 10 Kt - QBS 11 KtxKt 13 B - KKtS 13 B - KR4 . 14 R - Kl 15 Q - QB4ch 16 R - CJ1 ' 17 Kt - Q3 Faller Resdlng Black P - K4 Kt - KB3 Kt - QB3 P - Q4' PxP KtxP PkB B - KB4 B - Q3 B - KKt3 O - O P - KB3 Q - Kl R - Ql K - R Q - K3 P - QB4 Steadt Shillington White IS P - QB3 12 P - KB3 20 P - KKt4 ' Paller Reading Black B - KR4 R - QKtl B - KKtJ 21 P - KKt6 RxPlKt7 32 PxP 23 R - QKtl 24 BxPch 23 BxQ i 20 RxR 27 K - B3 21 KtxB 20 R - KtSch 30 R - Kt7 31 Kt - KtS 32 RxP'B7) 33 R - K7 34 R - R7 mate PxP R - KKtl 1 Q - K13 RxB B - KB2ch BxQ B - K2 R - Ktl B - R5ch B - KS PxP B - KKt3 END GAME NO. 29 SOLUTION 1 Kt - Q6. K - Ktl: 3 Kt - K8. K - Rl: 3 Kt - BS. PxKt; 4 K - B with an early mate. I END GAME NO. 3t w& o WM S.J it fstr - i rm fzn t& a rm i. m m . m m m 'm m m - i rJH F3& Si p3w.: m m m ssi. I. m m m m hM mJjt m Ml. fv tm r? tm White: KKt5. Black: White to Play? K at K5, Pawns at KB6, K at KB2, Pat K,Kt3. Welner White 1 Kt - KBS 2 P - Q4 3 P - QB4 4 P - KKtS I B - KtJ ( Kt - Bl 7 O - O I PxP Q - B2 10 P - QKtS 11 B - Kt3 13 QR - Q 13 Kt - K4 14 P - KRJ IS KtxP II 1 BxKt 17 KtxKteh IS RxB It QxQ 20 RxKtP 21 BxP 22 R - Q 23 RiQi - QT 34 B - QS 25 RxP it RxR 37 R - B4 2S P - R4id) 29 K - B) Qt CEN'S PAW Share, Welner k Blc Kt - KB3 P - Q3 QKt - Q2 P - K4 B - K3 O - O P - QB3 PxP Q - B2 R - Kiai Kl - B B - KKUS Kt - Kt3ibl B - QJ'c K:xKt QxB BxKt QxP RxQ RxRP P - QR4 R - KB P - KR4 K - R2 RxR B - Q5 B - K13 R - K17 K - R3 White 30 K - Ktl 31 B - KS 32 B - Q7 33 B - R4 34 B - Kt S3 B - Q7 3 B - KI 37 B - R3 31 P - KKtt 39 BxP 40 P - R5I 41 BxP 43 B - KS 43 B - R4 44.R - B4 43 P - K14 4t P - BS 47 R - Kt4ch 41 P - KtS 41 B - Q 30 P - K tl K - B30 S3 R - QR4 &3 R - QB4 4 P - Bt bS P - B7 M RxB 17 K - Ktl Shara Black B - Q.i P - KI3 K - Ktl B - B4 1 R - K7 R - Kt7 R - K7 R - Kt 7 PxP K - R1 PxP B - Qi K - KtJei R - B7if) B - Kt3gt R - R7 8 - BKhi . K - B3 K - B4 R - Kt7 B - BS BK4 B - Bt B - K4 RxP BxP R - Kt4 Rulgna Nets Be D. 41. Wtlner (a) It R - Q ooooslnc Whit on the Q 111 would be stronger. ibt Black miaaea his oooortun tr. IS KtxKt glve him the advsniage In the com - nca ten vsriationa vnicn ari - e. 13 kixki. QxKt. P - B4. IS QxKP. 0x42. It BxQ. B - B4 with the beMer game. Again, It KtxKt. 14 BxP. B - Q3. IS QxKt. BxKt. It BxB. BxQ. 17 BxQ, BxB. II KxB, RxP. ci is B - B la the only move ir Biark does not wuh to play BxKt and dive Whit the advantage of two blahom. Blark Dilate the long combination which (ollows. (d Although Whit la two Dawn olna h has a difficult gam due to th oppoe - Ing blahop being of opposite color and the position ot tn Whit king. Th ni .can break free through KKtl after P - KKlt. It - P - R4 restricted only way th Whit kin is is plsyed ao that when Whit oiars P - KKt4 Black cannot answer with P - RS. In th IPUM mi iu. m - WVVWf HAVK you hail llie founilalion gnrmrnt only than after washing? 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