Lasker’s advice – 2


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First let’s recollect the task I gave you:

White’s turn.

It was the calculation task mainly. You can download the solution here:
http://chess-teacher.com/materials/mail/task39.zip
You need to decompress the file and then use any chess program to open the game.

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  1. Hi. This task 39 looks impossible to calculate in normal available time.
    Old Fritz (version 9) spent 5 minutes 50 sec. to find the best move,
    new Rybka (v4) – 50 sec,
    new Hudini (v2) – 37 sec,
    on my average old pentium IV.
    I think that Mr. Shipman used a lot of experience and “feelings” when decided to make his move.
    Nobody should get discouraged if he have made wrong conclusion Lf6 – like I did 🙂

    BTW, you are the best chess teacher in the known universe. Big thank you.

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