[video] Chess Study #5: Henri Weenink, 1917

In this video I take a look at an instructive chess study by Henri Weenink. It features some fine maneuvers and ways of “eliminating the defender”.

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Click on the moves below to start playing and show a diagram:

PGN notation:

[Event “?”] [Site “?”] [Date “2014.09.29”] [Round “?”] [White “Henri Weenink, 1917.”] [Black “White plays and wins”] [Result “*”] [Annotator “Waldemar Moes, Better Your Chess”] [SetUp “1”] [FEN “8/8/P7/4k3/7B/8/1K6/6r1 w – – 0 1″] [PlyCount “13”] [EventDate “2014.09.29”]

1. a7 Rg2+ (1… Rg8 2. Bg3+ $1 Rxg3 (2… Kd4 3. Bb8) 3. a8=Q) 2. Kb1 $1 (2.
Kb3 $2 Rg8 3. Bg3+ Rxg3+) 2… Rg1+ 3. Be1 $3 Rxe1+ (3… Rg8 4. Bg3+) 4. Kb2
Re2+ 5. Kb3 Re3+ 6. Kb4 Re4+ 7. Kb5 *

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