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Chess fundamentals by Capablanca

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Old August 13th 03, 10:02 AM
Damir Ulovec
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Default Chess fundamentals by Capablanca

Then i'ts error in translating this book to my language. Txnks Tom.

"skoonj" wrote in message

My version of the book (Cadogan Algebraic, page 7) says that 1. g5 draws due
to 1...g6. This seems correct.

"White can win by 1. f5. Black's best answer would be 1...g6. (The student
should work this out)."

The 1. f5 line appears to require a pawn sacrifice at the end (g7=Q+) so the
trailing pawn can Queen.



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