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rrr! pH 4) bJD a I/I LU z a a. X o ·I c re m CK CO cs a) c D X ra TJ C D t/l 777; TM ;;,, «· * - , ! Championship Chess By BLAKE STEVENS United States Expert The mate and material fork is the most interesting of the many available to the queen A few weeks ago we showed a few sam pies that were easier than the ones which follow. 1 ... R-Kl is not an adequate defense defense due to 2 Q R5, P R3, 3 winch leads to mate. *M'' ±± , White to Play and Win a Piece White has a won game here m any event as he is a pawn to the good with strong King side pressure. pressure. With one rmno, White creates'a mating threat, Black Defends, which sets the sreuo 1 R-R3, P-R3 (White was threatening threatening 2 RxPcJi and 3 Q-R5 male): 2 Q Q 2 Heie White to play, wins at least a Pawn 1 NxP' (the Knight does not have to retreat to NJ'), NxN. Black does not have to force While to prove his point, but if he does not, White is "on top" in the game 2 Q R5ch, N N3, 3 QQ5 i tt Now White threatens 3 RxPch, PxR; * QxP mate. Lois of a piece is unavoidable. Note that Now White threatens 4 Q-B7 mate as well as 4 QxR. Bobby Fischer lied for third place at the International Tournament Tournament at Zurich, with Paul Ke'rcs of Russia, behind Tal of Russia (1st) and Gligoric from Hungary (2nd). Another fine feat for the IG-year-old Brooklyn boy.

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  1. Express and News,
  2. 27 Jun 1959, Sat,
  3. Page 53

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