Chess study 19 – Oleg Pervakov study 2

Chess study 19

Oleg Pervakov study 2, 1994

This week's problem is another beautiful study taken from Dvoretsky's book, Studies for Practical Players

As Dvoretsky himself wrote: "I begin with some studies in which a violent combinative struggle flares up, leading to a rapid and spectacular finish." 

White to play and win

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2 Responses

  1. Everything is fine with this but when on move 6.. Qg5 and not ..Kg4 which leaves to mate for Black
    1.b8=Q Bd6 2.Qxd6 Rg2+ 3.Kxg2 Kh4+ 4.Ng4 Qxd6 5.Ne5 Qxe5 6.Bd8+ Kg4

    • Mistreaver

      I am sorry, but 6… Kg4 is impossible due to the pawn on h3

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