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Bxa4 Mter 1 . . b4 2 a5 b3+ 3 Kc3 Black is in zugzwang. e ed. 2 . . Kb 3 3 Kb 1 a5 4 Ka 1 gets nowhere and 2 . . a3 3 bxa3 Kxa3 4 Kb 1 is also clearly drawn. White's tactical resource, sacrificing a p awn to give his opponent only rook's pawns, is a well known ploy. The following study is instructive. Example 53 Dedrle 1 92 1 (Diagram 1 0) White wins by going around the b -pawn to avoid the sacrifice. 1 Kb 1 1 Kc3? fails to 1 . . a3! when all three possibilities are lacking: a) 2 bxa3 and Black's king simply heads for a8.
RhS ! ) 2 KxhS (2 Kg6 10ses easily after 2 . . KfS 3 Kh6 Kf7) 2 . . Kf7 (and now White is forced to press the self- destruct button) 3 b4 axb 3 4 a4 b2 5 a5 b l Q 6 a6 Qal mate. 54 The Power of the Pas sed Pawn Two ways of giving the rook for the pawn don't win, only sacrificing the rook for zugzwang works ! This example shows that when a king becomes 'locked in' to a corner, strange things can happen! Example 84: The locked-in king (2) Diagram 1 1 (W) White on ly d raws Diagram 1 2 (W) White escapes jail (Diagram 1 1) In less dramatic fashion we see that with White to move the draw is inevitable .
1 Kc3 (and 1 Kc 1 , which comes to the same thing) loses as follows: 1 . . a5 2 Kc2 b4 3 a4 (if 3 axb4 axb4 4 Kc 1 b 3 or on 4 b3 then 4 . . Ka3) 3 . . Ka 1 ! 4 Kc 1 (4 Kb 3 Kb 1) 4 . . b 3 . 1 . bxa4 Mter 1 . . b4 2 a5 b3+ 3 Kc3 Black is in zugzwang. e ed. 2 . . Kb 3 3 Kb 1 a5 4 Ka 1 gets nowhere and 2 . . a3 3 bxa3 Kxa3 4 Kb 1 is also clearly drawn. White's tactical resource, sacrificing a p awn to give his opponent only rook's pawns, is a well known ploy. The following study is instructive.