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By François Danican Philidor

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Hqrm. Oncethe Patunsget mobilizedthe defender's piecesare nailed to the defense. So the piecesmust be madeaggressive at all cost. In the actualgameBlack got panickyin time-pressure and walked straight into a lost ending after I . . ; 2 RxR, R-KBI; 3 QxRch, BxQ; 4 RxP. In reality Black has the better of it. Correct is 1. . R-KBI! after which White must fight for his 1ife. For instance: If 2 Q-R3, N-K5 ! 3 Q-K6ch, R-B2. If 2 Q-N4, R-85 followed by QR-K81, or N-K5. If 2 Q-N6, R-83 followed by QR-KBI with a stiong initiative.

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QxR; 2 QxR would completelyeaseWhire'sdefensivetask. consequen[]y R-K7 is no Jongerrhreatened. z A g a i nW h i t eh a su r i l i z e tdh er h r e atto e r c h a n g e - l h irsi m et o g x i n Spaceand to drive Black's Queenstill furtber out of play. Notice h o w W h i t ei s s L r i v i ntgo c o o r d i n a thei sR o o k s . 3 White has broughi his Rook into play ancl easedthe immediate threat to draw. The rest, though difficult, is a matter of technique. -cisive factor. Wirhcut it the gime would be drawn.

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