I see!

by Oliver Reeh
3/19/2022 – The task regarding the diagrammed position is plain and simple: "White to play and win". Your call!

Strike like the world champions Strike like the world champions

88 times, IM Oliver Reeh leads you step by step through the most brillant game conclusions of the world champions - in interactive Fritztrainer format, enabling you to enter the winning moves yourself.



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Oliver Reeh has been working for ChessBase for many years as a translator and presenter of the internet show TV ChessBase, and he also looks after the tactics column in ChessBase Magazine, for which he has also been responsible as editor-in-chief since 2019. The International Master has contributed to the CB "MasterClass" series and is the author of the DVDs "Strike like the World Champions" and "Master Class Tactics - Train your combination skills!" Volumes 1 & 2. Oliver Reeh lives in Hamburg.


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Frits Fritschy Frits Fritschy 3/20/2022 09:55
Yeah, but knowing Torre's combination surely helps to find the solution.
malfa malfa 3/20/2022 01:29
@Frits Fritschy: same key move indeed and identical queen offer along the fifth rank, but no windmill here and wholly different combinative motives, among which a quite original version of the Greek gift stands out.
Frits Fritschy Frits Fritschy 3/19/2022 10:30
Torre-Lasker, Moscow 1925!