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The Meran is a gap wealthy in either approach and strategies, making it excellent for gamers trying to win with both color. It occupies a huge position within the repertoires of some of the world's most sensible gamers, with Anand, Kramnik, Kasparov and Karpov frequently taking one facet or the opposite. The booklet offers the main special assurance so far of the Meran, including numerous similar diversifications, and a number of the Anti-Meran suggestions on hand to White.
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H6! f4? bxc3 Nxe4 with advantage to Black, Tansky-Sveshnikov, Chelyabinsk 1966. 8 ... h6? Gligoric and Sokolov's suggestion of 8 . . bxc3 Qa5 is much stronger. Qd3 Nxe4 ! Qxd5 loses outright to 14 . . Ba6+. B d2 An admission of failure. a3 Bc5 is assessed by Uhlmann as clearly better for Black. Na4. Bg3 Nxe4 [ 1 0 . . d6! Qd4? Qe4 d5 ] 1 2 . . Bxc3, =. This is adequate for Black, but attention needs to be given to Uhlmann's suggestion of 9 . . Qa5 !?. Qd3? bxc3 Nxe4 ! Qxc4 dxc4 Black has great winning chances [As in the note to Black's main column move 8 .
D7-d5 advance. 7... dS 7 . . Bxc3+ [There is no reason to part with this Bishop but 7 . . Qxc3 0-0 [8 . . 0-0 Be6, =, Henry-Gourra, Nice 1 974. Qe3? Rd 1 Nd7! i Polak, corr. 1 977. 9 . Bxc3 Bxc3+ 1 2. bxc3 White has no compensation for his weakened pawn structure. B. Bd3 White develops and defends the e4 pawn but once again allows Black a quick and easy . . d7-d5 advance. • dS Unclear is 7 . . Bd2!? Kh 1 , Reissman-Lkhagva, Lugano 1 968. Usually Black will only take on c3 if he can double White 's c-pawns or gain a large lead in development.
Nc6 Qh4 ! ] l l . . Bg4 ! f3? g3 Nxf3+ is a disaster for White] 12 . . Kfl Ra4! [The d5 pawn is immune: 32 . . Rd4? a3 Rd4 picks up the d5 pawn because the a3 square is no longer available to White 's Rook] 33 . . Rb7+ Kc4, 0- 1 , Hodgson--Lputian, Soci 1 987. cxb5 ! exd5 challanges the validity of Black's setllp. ) l l . bxa6? Bd2 Qxd5 is in Black's favor] 12 . . Qd3 Qb6 ( 1 4 . . Rc8? Bxa6 Nc2+ 1 7. Nf5 Bxd5 , =+. Analysis by Klovans] 14 . . Be3, +-, Klovans-Kiselev, Frunze 1988. ) l l .
101 ideas de ataque by Joe Gallagher