Nº29 Peter Gyarmati


Section B.1.

Peter Gyarmati (Hungary)


1…Rc1+ 2.Kh2 Rg3 3.b7
3.d8Q? Rh3+ 4.gxh3 (4.Kxh3 Rh1#) 4…Rh1#

3…Bxb7 4.Rg6+ Kf7 5.d8N+!
Try: 5.Rf6+?! Kg8 6.Rxf5 Rd1 7.Rf1! Rgd3! (7…Rdd3 8.Rff2!+-; 7…Rxf1 8.d8Q Rxf8 9.Qxh4+-) 8.Rxd1 Rxd1 9.Re8 a3 10.Ne6+ Kf7!= example 11.Nd8+ Kg7 12.Nxb7 a2 13.Re7+ Kf6 14.Re1 Rxd7 15.Nc5 Re7 16.Ra1 Re2 17.b5 Kf5 with the idea Kg4 and h4-h3 draw.

5…Kxf8 6.Rf6+ Kg7
6…Kg8 7.Nxb7 Rcc3 8.Nd6! h3 9.Re8+ Kh7 10.Re7+ Kg8 11.gxh3+- white wins, by knight advantage and by strong attack the black king.

7.Rf7+ Kg6 8.Rxb7 Rd3
8…a3 9.Rxa7 Rd3 10.Ne6 Rf1 11.Re1! Rf2 12.b5 Rg3 13.Rg7+ Kf6 14.Rxg3 hxg3+ 15.Kxg3 white wins, by knight advantage. Black can’t exchange the g2 pawn. If the black King goes to defend his pawn, then Knight sacrifice wins. The King will be too far from the ‘g’ passed pawn.

9.Ne6 Rdd1
9…Rf1 10.Rg7+ Kf6 11.Rh7 Kg6 (11…Rdd1 12.Rxh6+ Kf7 13.Ng5+ Kg7 14.Rxh4 Rh1+ 15.Kg3 Rxh4 16.Kxh4+- Knight advantage, white wins.) 12.Nf8+ Kh5 13.Re6 Rdd1 14.Rexh6+ Kg4 15.Rxh4+ Kg5 16.Ne6++- Knight advantage, white wins.

10.Nf4+ Kf6
10…Kg5 11.Nh3+ Kf6 12.Nf2+- Knight-advantage, white wins.

11.Re6+ Kg5 12.Nh3+ Kh5 13.Nf2 Rd2
13…Rf1 14.Re2+- Knight-advantage, white wins.

14.Ne4! Rdd1
14…fxe4 15.Rb5+ Kg4 16.Rxe4#

15.g4+ hxg3+
15…Kxg4 16.Nf2+-
15…fxg4 16.Rb5+- and mate in two.

16.Nxg3+ Kg4 17.Ne2+- wins.

Multiphase study with strong counterplay of black. Black and white also threat with mate in the main line more times.