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[Event "Tijdschrift v.d. KNSB#451 (v)"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "1924.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Weenink=H"]
[Black "(+0000.22f2h4)"]
[Result "1-0"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "8/8/8/1p6/1P3p1k/8/5KP1/8 w - - 0 1"]
[PlyCount "23"]
[EventDate "1924.??.??"]

1. Kf3 Kg5 2. Ke4 Kg4 3. Kd5 Kh5 4. Kc6 Kg5 5. Kc5 Kg4 6. Kd6

MayKh5 7. Kd5 Kh4 8.
Ke6 Kg5 9. Ke5 Kg4 10. Kf6 Kh4 11. Kf5 Kg3 12. Kg5 1-0

Maybe wiht corresponding squares theory

Thanks

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On 07/09/12 20:43, jmrw wrote:
[...]
[FEN "8/8/8/1p6/1P3p1k/8/5KP1/8 w - - 0 1"]
[...]
1. Kf3 Kg5 2. Ke4 Kg4 3. Kd5 Kh5 4. Kc6 Kg5 5. Kc5 Kg4 6. Kd6
MayKh5 7. Kd5 Kh4 8.
Ke6 Kg5 9. Ke5 Kg4 10. Kf6 Kh4 11. Kf5 Kg3 12. Kg5 1-0
Maybe wiht corresponding squares theory


It's a little simpler than that. It's more to do with
the "opposition". If White gets the opposition, he can force
the swap of the f- and g-pawns, after which he wins the chase
for the b-pawns. 3 ... Kf5 allows 4 Kd4 when f4 is blocked,
so 3 ... Kh5 keeping the distant opposition. 4 Kc5 would allow
4 ... Kg5 5 Kxb5 Kg4 and Black wins the g-pawn. After 4 Kc6!,
4 ... Kg6 is a move slower, so that White catches the f-pawn
after 5 Kxb5 Kg5 6 Kc5 Kg4 7 Kd4 Kg3 8 Ke4; or 4 ... Kg4
allows the same by-pass to the sixth rank as in the main
line; and 4 ... Kg5 loses the opposition,

--
Andy Walker,
Nottingham.
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Old September 8th 12, 07:39 AM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis
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Many Thanks

I have discovered this morning that this study had been analysed in
Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual, 2nd ed., at position 1 - 15, Exercise 1/2 when
dealing with corresponding squares (opposition). It is a study by H. Weenink
1924. The solution is discussed at p.326.

I have added this study to my page http://www.jmrw.com/Chess/Kloch/base.htm

jmrw


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