Sowing Chess | Tabiya for the World

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The chess projects continue their progress in Venezuela, with the emergence of the digital magazine "Tabiya" which is the idea of ​​the honorable Trujillo chess player Angel Oviedo Araujo and whose mission is to be able to sow Chess in Venezuela, America and the world among players up with an Elo of 2.000 points, learning the key concepts to be able to enjoy the wonders of this ancient sport that so much fascinates people of different ages and general living conditions.

The word "Tabiya" is of Arabic origin, the definition is the ideal position to which you always want to reach or access in your games (a key factor in the modern preparation of the Openings and that has a strong psychological component of leading our opponent to the game we want) and that was successfully developed by the creators of Chaturanga, an old version of Chess, which passed through the conquest of the Iberian Peninsula and which allowed the rules with which the discipline has been practiced for more than 500 years.

The Publication Profile is eminently aimed at the training of basic-level players, but with a great variety of articles from both History and other phases of the game, it has the collaboration of outstanding Venezuelan Coaches with international projection, such as the case of FIDE Instructor Richard Ramírez (based in Guatemala), CM and Departmental Instructor Henry Tirado (who has been sharing his knowledge successfully in Ibagué in Colombia).

Other prominent personalities that participate are CM Rafael Arruebarrena (who works from Canada), Software Specialist and Historiographer Leonel Abreu from Barcelona in Spain and who subscribes to them. For more information you can communicate through the mail [email protected]From this space we wish the greatest success to such a commendable initiative for the promotion of sport-science.

Let's see below an excellent Study of the talented Italian-Venezuelan CM Giuseppe Abatantuono Lattarulo (who will be representing us in a dignified way next November in the Online Paralympics organized by the International Chess Federation), White wins in the position indicated the Diagram applying in an instructive way the concept of Domination in the Endgame and that is fundamental for the deep mastery of the Endgame Technique.

1.Qh7 + !! (based on the Analysis of the Abatantuono-Anzivino Game played in the Tournament in Memorian “Herman Pilnik” held at the Peña Alexandre Bóveda in the Galician Brotherhood in 1999, the natural 1.Kg2 ?! for 1… Kh6 !! 2 does not work. .Qe6 + Kg7 with good draw chances after as happened in the aforementioned game) 1… Kg4 2.Qf7 !! (wonderful move, which was discovered by the talented Master Giuseppe when he returned home and analyzed the position in a deep way on his bed, he also wins 2.Qd3 !? Kh5! (2… c2 3.Qe2 +! Kf5 (3… Kh3 4.Qh5mate with an economic triumph of white harmony) 4.Qe6 with a precious Mate that shows the Queen's power in all its maximum dimension) 3.Qh7 + Kg4 that forces White to return to the path of the main variant with the brilliant Kasparian Domination maneuver with 4.Qf7 !!, which has the virtue of defending the key point of “d5”, avoiding the movement of the black King and facilitating the plan he decides with the incorporation of the white monarch in the final attack ) 2… Qc4 !? (if 2… c2 3.Kg2 !! c1D (3… Qc3 4.f3 + Qxf3 + 5.Qxf3 with excellent teamwork) 4.Qf3mate (the simple 4.f3mate also leads to success); after 2… Qd4 3. Kg2 Qd2 (3… Qe4 + 4.f3 + Qxf3 + 5.Qxf3mate) 4.Qf3mate) 3.Kg2 !! (continues with his Plan) 3… Qe2 4.Qd7 +! (The hasty 4.Qe6 + ?! Qxe6 5.dxe6 c2 6.e7 c1 = D 7.e8 = D Kf5 is not so clear, which gives Black optimal draw possibilities) 4…Rh5 5.Dh7+! Rg4 6.Dh3mate (with a beautiful finish where geometry and Zugzwang occupy a special place in the now legendary "Sailing in Space" Collection) 1-0

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