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C4 1 0 . Ad 6 and White reaches a pos i tion analysed in the l i ne w i th 4· . . d3 though somewhat q uicker. After 4· . . d3 5· Ae3 ! C4 6. C4 8. d6 �b5 9 · �d5 c;;,a5 10. c6 �a6 11. Ag1 �a5 12. �b7 �bs 13. Ab6 ! C4 14. �c6 �b3 (14 . . �d3 15. �b5 �e4 16. �xa4 �d5 17. �bs +-) 43 15. Acs �c4 16. Ad6 �d4 17. �bs �ds 18. Ah2 +- Wh ite ach i eves h i s aim. 36 8 7 6 5 +a b c d e f g h 2 a b c d e D 8 7 6 5 4 3 f g h That's the key positio n of this endgame. Black i s i n zugzwang. H e l oses the a-pawn and cannot reach the a8 square.
1 2 d 4 c d e f g h f g h **** 7 6 c � 8 6 b 6 e �------ a b E 2-20 *** • e f g h 5 3 2 h g h 8 5 5 8  **** 1 �· """"=- or=� -�. ,�--� 2 a b c d e EXERCISES 23 E2-21 a rn **** b c d e E 2-22 f a 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 5 5 ***** b c d e rn f 8 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 a b c d e f g h 2 a b c d e f g h 24 SOLUTIONS E 2·I TO E 2-S Sol utions 0 E2-1 Bogoljubow - Hussong. Karlsruhe 1938/39 1 tbx d3�� A grave error. Black was only expecting the 'auto matic' answer 2. \Sfxd3. 2.. Wg4! g6 ( c:J 2. .
Gs+ I 6. h5 ? g5. a 1 . •. b c d e f g h Etb2 As Edmar Med n i s correctly noted , Black shou l d n 't be in a h u rry to exchange rooks. 6 . . �fs 7· hs l g)(hs s. �g2 �)(gs Yz-Yz For i ndependent study you m ight con sider exercises 10 to 22. The ma i n theme i n these positions i s the struggle t o reach a position with the wrong-coloured bishop. C H A P T E R 3 T H E W RO N G -C O L O U R E D B I S H O P 40 Ill. The presence o f more pawns on the defend ing side adds com plexity and often cha nges the assessment of the position .