Chess By D.M. LeDain
a Em-bassy CHESS By D. M. LeDAIN Problem by M. Havel J,: rt. a - Black J Placet Whin 4 PWcti Whit mates In two move, (lotulloa Beat Nk) Solution' 10 Ult wrk's problem fCarpenlrr): Knr. 1 -RJ Iwaluoal lai 1...KX.N: 1. Q-U malt, ibi 1...R-Q4. 1 Q-SI mat. rl I . .t-JB: 1 Q-4 maw. A 'Mini- tur. M a- ub-uu aivta to any problem wlta a soul of gcvca or lev men. WARM-UP IN ICELAND Robert Fischer, the 17-yaer- old genius who has dominated American chess for the last four years, stopped off at Reykjavik. Iceland, on his way to head the USA team in the Olympics at Leipzig. A sma tourney was at once arranged with leading Icelandic masters, with Fischer winning. 4. r. GBtffrtL DtriE White Oudmuodsuxm Black Piaebrr USA i Whit 3 N KB i r Xi 4 F-B4 I N-BJ I Q-NJ T BK1 Q Bl HP It PP 11 O-O 13 NlS BlKTfc hit . Black 1 P-KI 17 K-Rl 11 fti 1 PiB Ml PiB 11. B-QJ 12 K HI u. K-Kl Q-Qsrh H-BTch QiR P'W P KS3 B-NJ O-O F-Kl N Bl PP P Kl M KNS QNiP QR.K1 1-H.scn ft-NSth KR-KI 24 R-Nl'b- PP'-i )1 B-Q2T.4J RiR T1 BIU R-K7' U B Bl R Kl 1 P-KRJ -4is. Rattufn tat Bobby ilwajhi like to Ml the pace, if Douibte. rtm at th cort of aom small sacrifice, for if 13 . .N-KB3 1SP-K4 R-K1. 17 B-K3 with a romfortabis gam tor Whit Th text krads to an exchange of two minor piece for a R, not quit an equivalent, but with the important different? that Black haa a strong Initiative, due to control of the K-flle and the Sth rank, ibi White has the problem of freeing hie Q-side piece while retaining his material advantage. ci Opening up a new potability of attack on the KN-nle. after K-Rl idi Still premature. 25. P-QB4 was necessary first. Now Black winds It up.