5/13/2009

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17.Qh5 の場面
Rudolf Spielmann vs Baldur Hoenlinger (1929) - chessgames.com

It seems impossible for a player, even for a master like Spielmann, to foresee all the consequences, including the sacrifices, which his move 17.Qh5 might entail. But one must remember that all these tactical complications are not really so important. The fundamental fact about such a position is that an experienced player feels almost instinctively that five Pieces, concentrated against the Black King's weak position, must bring the game to a successful conclusion. Whatever defense is tried, there comes a stage where a decisive sacrifice is possible, leading, or to such loss of material as to compel the opponent to resign. "THE ART OF THE CHECKMATE" より

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