Zürich International Chess Tournament 1953
Round 12 Game 3
Game 80 /210
Openings: King’s Indian
⚪️Mark Taïmanov🇺🇦 (4.5/10) vs ⚫️Efim Geller🇺🇦 (3.5/9)
This is one of those games that rarely happens but is crucial for the understanding of chess strategy. The pawn structure featured in the game is very particular as it reflects perfectly the youtube link I left in my bio: white have the center pawn chain c4-d5-e4 which gives him three back ranks to himself. On the other hand, black have the center pawn structure c5-d6-e5 which only leaves him with two back. This difference between the both sides, although the position is completely closed in the center, the space difference between the white and black pieces is a game changer. In fact, white have a fluid translation of pieces switching through from the left wing to the right wing of the board while black have difficulties doing such moves at such speeds. In the first position, we observe normal King’s Indian where black have just played 6...e5 and White can’t afford to let Geller take his d4 pawn with piece activity (e.g. exd4, Nxd4, Ne5 (the e5 square would be freed)). And so, Taïmanov responds with cleverly closing the position with d5. Efim Geller (Black) now have three options: Either exchange his c6-pawn with Taïmanov’s d5 pawn but this would only make sense (Bronstein’s words) “[...] if White’s Bishop were on g2” (it would block COMPLETELY its diagonal thus making that (hypothetical) chess piece useless), doing nothing but there wouldn’t be much for black to progress on that wing AND finally, pushing his c6-pawn, closing the position (and that’s what he did). In the second position, the position closed in the center, white plays the combination Nh4 and g3 (with his sneaky bishop on f1) to prevent black’s plan: the traditional f5 push after his Ng4. For example, in this position after 13.Nh4, if black attempts the pawn push 13...f5 white has a nifty line, 14.exf5, gxf5 15.Bh3! threatening 16. Nxf5, Bxf5 17.Bxg4 (winning a decisive pawn) and if 15...Qf6, 16.Ne4, fxe4 17.Bxg4! In conclusion, no f5 pawn push for Black and Geller refrains from making this move for the whole game.
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👑Idézet:"Csak úgy vihetjük véghez a lehetetlent, ha elhisszük, hogy nem lehetetlen."
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When my granddaughter Hailey comes up for a visit, she has been teaching me to play chess on the Game table I made. Once in a while, I think she feels sorry for me and lets me win!
Zürich International Chess Tournament 1953
Round 12 Game 2
Game 79 /210
Opening: Queen’s Indian Defense
⚪️Svetozar Gligorić🇷🇸 (5/10) vs ⚫️Vassily Smyslov🇷🇺 (7/10)
This game presents the student with a key chess life lesson whenever one has an extra pawn in an unclear position. Formulate a plan, create weaknesses, exploit them and push your extra pawn to conquest! The opening of this game as seen in the first picture, shifted from a potential English opening (as the game started with 1.c4) to a Queen’s Indian (where Black got Fianchetto bishops and so did white). In the first position, White have slacked to play d4 before black’s c5 (covering the d4 square) which means that white will have to opening his d-file and play d4 if he ever wants to liberate a center pawn! That’s how it played out, Gligorić just made 7.d2-d4 forcing the exchange (otherwise black exchanges on c5 square and his a-pawn and b-pawn are a minority on the Queen side). In the second position, lots has changed in such a short amount of moves. White opened up the d-file after provoking Smyslov to take on d4, after taking back with the Queen, white retaliated to f4 where he exchanged Queens on b8. Thus making white able to control the d6 square after making black use a tempo to take back the Queen on b8! Big spacial advantage for white as he has mastered Black’s weak d6 square with the stunning 13.Bd6 move. White are clearly ahead. The next two moves that lead to the third position are the exchange of bishops on d6 (13...Bxd6 14.Rxd6) and knight moves (14...Ne7 15. Ne5 (threatens the bishop on b7)). That last move by white forces pressure on Smyslov’s d7 pawn but does it really though? In fact, 15.Ne5 Blunders a pawn (Here, Bronstein interestingly comments that White got over excited when having a slightly better position than Black resulting of him doing a compulsive move based on excitement and no facts therefore making him lose a pawn. He also comments that a lot of amateur player make this common conception mistake where they think they’re winning which makes it ok for them to stop thinking about what their opponent is threatening which is a BIG MISTAKE!
Boxwood & Ebonised chess set in Jacques Staunton style, presented in mahogany box with sliding top. Displayed on 19th C Italian marquetry folding chess board, also on Regency games table. Perfect gift for chess players.
Biz psikologların, birinin anormal olduğu ya da psikolojik bir rahatsızlığı olduğunu söylediğimizde aslında neyi kast etmeye çalıştığımızı anlatacağım sizlere. 🧐
Bireyin, zihinsel rahatsızlığının olduğu kanısı genellikle, bazı özel yetkileri ya da gücü olan kişilerin davranışlarının değerlendirilmesine dayanır.🎛 Bu durum “zihinsel bozukluk, zihinsel rahatsızlık veya anormallik” olarak tanımlanabilir. 🧠
Peki tanımlama kriterlerimizi örneklerle nasıl anlatabiliriz?
1- Üzüntü ya da yetersizlik: Gün içinde ağlamadan rahatlayamayan birey, gündelik hayatının gerekliliğini yerine getiremeyebilir.
2- Uyumsuzluk: Sarhoşluğu ile kendisine ya da başkalarına zarar verecek kadar fazla alkol kullanan birey uyumsuzluk yaşar.
3- Mantıksızlık: Gerçek hayatta var olmayan bir sese tepki veren birey, mantıksız davranıyor olabilir.
4- Tahmin Edilmezlik: Ortada hiçbir sorun yokken, şiddet eğilimi gösteren birey tahmin edilmezlik yaşıyor olabilir.
5- Alışılmadık Olma: Bireyin dahilik ya da düşük seviyede zekaya sahip olması.
6- Gözlemci Rahatsızlığı: Bulunduğu ortamda kendi kendine yüksek sesle konuşan bir birey, diğer insanlara rahatsızlık hissettirir.
7- Ahlaki ve İdeal Standartların İhlal Edilmesi: Bireyin toplumsal normlara aykırı davranıyor olması.
Eğer hiçbir sebep yokken çalışmak istemiyorsanız, halüsinasyonlar görüyorsanız zihinsel bozukluk olabilir. Birden fazla belirti mevcut ise “anormal” olarak nitelendirebilmek için daha emin oluruz.✍🏾 Kendinizde ya da çevrenizde bu ve buna benzer belirtiler var ise detaylı bilgi ve destek için mesaj atabilirsiniz.💌 #burdon#burdontesti#dikkat#dikkattesti#zeka#zekatesti#wiscr#intelligence#intelligencetest#çocuk#mersin#psychology#psikoloji#kids#psikolog#psychologist#chess#satranç#aktivite#spor#şahmat#türkiye#duygudurum#chesstable#game#oyun#zeka#strategy#strateji#depresyon