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35. 36. 37. C6D + P5D C7C! P4CD RIA P3A De ese modo, se refuerza la se­ guridad del peón 5D en su últi­ ma etapa del camino hacia la co­ ronación ; contra este avance las negras no podrán hacer nada. 37. 38. 39. 40. P4C P6D R5D! Diagrama núm. 25 C5A P4C C3R 41. 42. R6A C5A! TxP Tras esto, el peón 6D equivale a una torre 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. T8A + P7D CxC P8D = D TxT T7D R2A C3R Rx C TxD P5C A veces, uno se sorprende de que ajedrecistas destacados con­ tinúen resistiendo en situaciones completamente perdidas.

P7C + ganan las blancas. ncas ganan j ugando 1. P5A. ¡Pues no! Las negras disponían de una sutil defensa que no apro­ vecharon : siguiendo 1 . , T7R! Y amenazando 2. . , C8A + y 3 . . , D x PC, podían haber forzado el cambio de torres, 2. T x T, C x T, lo cual les ofrecía una superiori­ dad considerable, y su amenaza 3. . , A2A hubiese sido irrecha. . Los restantes movimientos vie­ nen igualmente forzados y obli­ gan a las negras a abandonar. Por ejempl o : 2. . , T7R; 3. T x T, C x T; 4.

Pertrechado de conocimientos y de ánimo a la siguiente partida, después de haber tenido un fracaso. Sobre este particular, Alekhine comenta : «En los torneos impor­ tantes, no hay que temer la pérdida de una partida, sino al de­ caimiento de ánimo que ello pueda ocasionar». Perder una partida no le desanimaba; al contrario, j ugaba con más tesón y fuerza la siguiente. Muchas partidas premiadas por su belleza, las j ugó al día siguiente de haber sufrido una derrota. El ajedrecista también ha de acostumbrarse a saber resolver los problemas puramente psicológicos.

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