By Jonathan Hilton, Dean Ippolito
IM Dean Ippolito and NM Jonathan Hilton crew up back to proceed their insurance of the past due GM Aleksander Wojtkiewicz's profitable repertoire with the White items, designed to grind down weaker gamers whereas difficult his friends. during this moment quantity, Ippolito and Hilton study Wojo's dealing with of the preferred King's Indian safeguard, targeting the positional Fianchetto version. Over the process seventy eight absolutely annotated whole video games, the authors learn Black's quite a few plans, clarify the major principles, provide unique research, and exhibit the best way for White to lessen counterplay and nurse his ordinary starting part via to victory.
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Wxh7t!! � 3 . '\Wxf2 4. Wxc4!! l. d7 ( 1 point) 4J�xd5+- 2 ... �xe6t l"ld7 5 . Wfd3 Ex. 3-7 ' A. Ele1 is followed by: 4 ... Wi'xfl �xfl-+ Effectively Black has an extra pawn in this ending. Wfxf6!! E:fl ( 1 point) 2 ... ttlxf6, not only threatening mate on g8, but also attacking the queen on d7. �fl Elh1 t-+ 1-0 Ex. 5... c6! Pod orn ' Ex. Wfa5t!! b5! Ex. Wi'b5± is less clear. Wi'c6 Elc8 leads to a repetition of moves. Wfxg7t!! d8t! dxc6! ( 1 point) 2 ... �h5# or 2 ... :ll:h3#. �f6t?? Elg8t Elxg8-+.
5-7 -( � * 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 a b c d e f g h a b c d e f g h a b c d e f g h 5 4 3 2 1 a b c d e f g h 52 Solutions Ex. 5-1 Ex. lt'Jc3! ixc3+- A natural plan quickly leads to victory. ( 1 point) The position is simplified, and Black is saddled with a weakness on d5. 2 ... @g5! @h6 Threatening mate on the back rank. ixb4 cxb4 4J:�b5t ( 1 point) 3 ... @f8 4 . . Wa6 is met by 5J'hd5. 1-0 3 ... �h7 Ex. 5-2 If 4 ... Wg7 and the pawn will soon queen. a4! Ex. 5-4 ( 1 point) White wins two pawns.
C4 Diagram 5-5 8 It is clear that Black has not obtained sufficient compensation. White wants to swap off some pieces in order to avoid possible counterplay. xd5 5 The simplest, as the bishop is very well placed on d5. f4± 4 3 2 12... d7 Opening up the way for the white king. a b c d e f g h L. Diagram 5-6 8 Otherwise the bishop could be in danger after g3-g4. a3t! Activating the other bishop. 15 ... �dl 7 White continues to improve the position of his pieces. Wf2 would be even better. 18 ... +- 4 3 2 White now noticed that 20 .