By Aaron Summerscale
An easy-to-learn repertoire for the chessboard murderer
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The Meran is a gap wealthy in either method and strategies, making it perfect for gamers looking to win with both color. It occupies a tremendous position within the repertoires of the various world's most sensible avid gamers, with Anand, Kramnik, Kasparov and Karpov on a regular basis taking one part or the opposite. The ebook offers the main precise assurance thus far of the Meran, including numerous similar adaptations, and a few of the Anti-Meran ideas on hand to White.
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TtJc4±; 7 . . d3+- Karvinen - Bar reira, Internet 2 0 0 3 ; 7. . e3± Feger - Miller, Manila 1992 . It also seems too risky for him to try something in the spirit of the King's Gambit: 7 .. exf5 0-0 (It is not better for Black to try: 10 . . Vfic5± Gross - Kon drak, Austria 2003, or 10 . . c4+ �h8 1 2 . Vfid6± Lanka - Kondrak, Zillerta1 1997. Black has tried numerous moves here, but two of them are the most important: a) 7. . VlJe7 and b) 7 VlJf6. We must also pay some more attention to the line: 7 .
F6, Daniel - Thu nold, corr. �c7 - Here, I believe that White should strive for more than just an advantage in the endgame - 9 . . CiJge7 1O . f4 d6 13. �xd6 Wie7 (After B . . �b6, White follows with: 9 . id2 ! 0-0-0± Jasnikowski - Zoltek, Zielona Gora 19B2, while in case of B ... a6, it is quite unpleasant for Black if White con tinues with: 9 . ie3 �e7 10 . �xe7+ Wxe7 1O . ie6 12. hdB (White's plan remains practically the same irrelevant of Black's response - he starts a pawn-of fensive on the kingside: 12 .
Vf1f3t and he has occupied the d4-square, lead ing in development. 9 . . h6 - This move prevents the further advance of White's kingside pawns. h4t b5 13. ; and White has good chances to create threats on both sides of the board, while Black can hardly or ganize any counterplay, Beliavsky - Cabrilo, Lviv 1981. g5 tLl d7 11. YNf3 b5 Or 1l . . ; Nieder maier - Kyas, Germany 1995. 12. ib7 This move looks to be quite natural. Black is trying to orga nize some counterplay on the queenside and he will take care of his king only later.
A Killer Chess Opening Repertoire - new enlarged edition by Aaron Summerscale