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Correct solution to Problem No. 13 received frdm E. F. Schmidt, Mr.
Ilosensteln. P-R8 becomes n Kt. '
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The following gamo was played by
Mr. II. N. Plllsbury simultaneously (25
(ithers) ,at Lincoln, Nebraska. Dy re
quest he adopted the Kuy Lopez In or
der that the defenso 3. P-KKU might
be tested. Oamo and notes from
Plllsbury. De France.
1. P-K4 1. P-KI
2. Kt-KU3 2. Kt-KB3
3. B-Kt3 3. P-KK14
Professor Dercer. who has given this
defense much analysis, says:
"The strongest players ngainst wnom
I have tried tho new defenso have, one
nnd all, preferred this move (t. P-Q4)
tu any otlier."
5. KtxKt 5. PxKt
"Correcting the analysis," said Mr,
Plllsbury. noting the black look on his
opponent's face, "you know I could win
a pawn by 6. QxP. Q-B3; 7. QxQ,
KtxQ; 8. P-K5. Kt-Kt3: 9. QBxP, but
ngainst such a loose defense as that It
I; not good policy to I eg In picking up
a stray pawn so early In the game.
7. P-QH3 7.
Getting his pieces In position for tho
llnal coup. AVhat follows Is of Interest (
only as n sample or how Jlr. riiismiry
polishes on his amateur opopncnis.
is; Castles (QK)
would have been tho
same had he played QxP.
18. P-QH4 18. P-KtS
Initiating a colunter attak that was
a move or so too late.
19. R-R3 19. , PxP
20. B-R6ch. 20. K-B2
21. Kt-qseh. i 21. PxKt
It made little difference whether he
took the Kt or not.
22. Q-n5ch. .
And black resigned, as mate In three
moves was threatened.
It requires all .therVlilto pieces to
hold his Q side and Black now ad
vances on K side, as planned on his
Black should hero have played 30, P-
R3. having plenty of time. The sacri
fice of tho Kt makes It a difficult win.
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White will cnusc trouble on tho Q side.
37. n.Qsp.ch. 37. K-K3
38. Il-K4ch. 3S. K-IH
33. U-R4 39. Kt-Kt2
Illack U now In trouble. If 39. Kt
K10, the knight Is poorly placed as that
square Is needed for the rook In order
to stop the passed pawn. If 39. P-IJ5,
followed by 40. It-IM. Black can only
draw. On the next moro Black barely
escapes perpetual check or loss ns fol
lows: 40. It-Qjch. K-K3; 41. R-KSch.
K-B2; 42. U-T17, II-B2: 43. B-B3ch. K
K2: 44. It.K5ch. K.Q3; 45. R-Il C ch.
QK-Q2; 10. U-QDch. IC-K2; 47. U-KKch.
K-Q: 4S. B-nSch. K.Q2; 49, K-OSch.
Kt-Q3: 50. P-Kt. niKt2: 51. IlxP. Rx
KtP and the win Is still a difficult one.
40. R.Q3ch. 10. K-K3
41. R-KCch. II. IC-B2
12. R-R7 42. R-I12
43. R-R0 43. R-Q2
44. R-QBC 41. IKHO-QC
Black could take the pawn, checking
but prefers to keep the king away.
45. R-B5ch. .45. K-K2
46. R-K5ch. 46. K-Q
47. P-R4 47. R(Q6)-Q1
48. H-KI3 48. RxR
49. RPxR 49. R-Q3
50. R-R6 Is here necessary, for Black
cannot very well capture tho rook. Tho
text move loses at once.
51. Pxn 51. Kt-Q3
52. Resigns. .
The Angle LAmp
,ALS0 CAnRVA C00D SI0CK 0T HAtMWG..
The following correspondence, game
Is recommended to students by the
London Times. Notes by the winner,
Mr. Leo W. Parke. Chicago:
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BlncU prefers development to rcgaln
InR pawn by B-Kt5ch.
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Keeping Whlto's K sldo tied up, In
stead of regaining pawn.
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Evidently an oversight, losing pawn
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