By Anatolii Karpov, Y. Gik
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Kc1 2 Nd2 Kdl 3 Nb3! Kel 4 Kg2 Kdi 5 Kf3 Ke1 6 mate. Rook and bishop As iri the q u a r t e t w i t h queen and b i s h o p , we have chosen problem in w h i c h the bishop is a ' s u p e r f l u o u s ' piece — N o . 33. No. 33 K. Law, (see next 1928 diagram) Mate in 3 moves. a Seven Chess Letters 50 1 Bh2! Kxh2 2 Ra3 Khl 3 Rh3 mate. Two rooks • In order of his rook s. to achieve his No. 34 goal in No. 34, White must ^ v give up one W. Schinkman, 1877 Mate in 3 moves. mate; 1 P h i ! Kxhl 2 Kg3 Kg1 3 Re!
The a r t i s t i c and aesthetic value of combinations, their emotional effect on chess players, f i r s t and foremost raises the game to the level of a genuine a r t . And hence it is not s u r p r i s i n g that one of our ' l e t t e r s ' we have devoted entirely to combinations. The number of clever, spectacular and deep combinations on the chess board is extremely great, and it would be impossible to describe them a l l at once. Our choice has f a l l e n on one of the oldest combinations, known by the name of 'smothered mate'.
KC5 3 Kt>3 Kb6 A Ka4 Nc5 mate. Knight and pawn No. 39 P- Terngren, 1928 Mate in 3 moves. 1 fB=R! Kh6 2 Rf7 KhS 3 Rh7 mate. 4th Letter - 40 Chess Quartets 53 Two pawns Problems with two pawns are normally rather interesting, since [hoy always contain unusual promotions. We conclude our parade of quartets with No. 40, in which essentially four problems are represented. In each case one of the pawns promotes to a queen, while the other promotes to four different pieces — queen, knight, bishop and rook!
Chess Kaleidoscope (Pergamon Russian Chess) by Anatolii Karpov, Y. Gik