The position given is known as a chess problem. The problem was first composed by N.Giorgiev in 1932, then re-composed by Y. Averbakh in 1984. Most chess problems have a theme, and Averbakh's re-composition uses the theme of Giorgiev's earlier work.Hello.
In "Chess Recipes from the Grandmaster's Kitchen(p.44)" GM Beim gives a position and below it writes:
What does it mean?
Averbakh took something Giorgiev did and modified it, using it as the basis for his own development.So it means the problem was "in the style of" Grigoriev's stdies?Or just that Averbakh copied it from Grigoriev'sw works?
Egmont is right. Averbakh modified a position composed by Grigoriev and came up with a new problem. By doing so, Averbakh is, in a sense, praising Grigoriev's earlier work. In the music world this is like Rachmaninoff composing variations on a theme of Paganini.So it means the problem was "in the style of" Grigoriev's stdies?Or just that Averbakh copied it from Grigoriev'sw works?
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