By John Donaldson, Philip Peterson
This new version of A Strategic commencing Repertoire is either revised and multiplied. The traces offered the following â according to 1. Nf3, 2.c4 and 3.g3 â will serve a participant good all through his profession as they're according to reliable positional rules with an emphasis on realizing instead of memorizing.
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The Meran is a gap wealthy in either technique and strategies, making it perfect for avid gamers looking to win with both color. It occupies an immense position within the repertoires of the various world's best gamers, with Anand, Kramnik, Kasparov and Karpov frequently taking one facet or the opposite. The ebook offers the main special insurance to this point of the Meran, including a number of comparable adaptations, and some of the Anti-Meran recommendations to be had to White.
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Axb5 tt'le800 does not seem bad either. The text move gives Black good play according to Avrukh. c4 El:ae8 13 . ia6! ib7= Perhaps Black can claim a tiny pull, but it is hard to see how the pressure against e4 can be transformed into something tangible. 7 b4 ••• Avrukh stops here, concluding that Black has fair chances. His assessment is correct, as the following analysis shows. c4! hxc3! Opening lines is double-edged, but it is the principled way. 1 0 . . ie3! ttlcxe4?? 1 2 . ixe4 tt'lxe4 13 .
1 2 . Dg4! 13 ... "1Mfxc4 14 . "IMfxcS tDxcS 16 . ixb7 Eiab8+) 1 7 . . a6 1 8 . DxdS 20 . D e6 22 . ; 1 4 . Dxd4 1 S . DeS 1 6 . cS dxcS 1 7 . Dc7 cxd4 22 . Dxa8 c3"" Chapter 3 - Rare 6th Moves 1 6 . . xe4 �c7= 61 After 1 3 . . e3 is coming next. xdl �xf7 8 7 6 a b c d e f g h 5 1 7 . . �xc5 a6 2 1 . ttJ bc3 e600 9 ... e3 tLl e6=) 1 l . oo White's coordination is less than ideal. hb7! b c d e f g h This is what justifies White's earlier play, but Black can hold the balance. 10 ... tLlg5 tLlb6= 21.
E5 on the next move. ••• Black's attack is more dangerous than White's queensi de b ui ld-up. ,.. V;Vb3 V;Ve? acl a5!? oo 1 5 ... 'ilYe7 The position is rather double-edged, but I think Black's bishop pair and kingside pawn wedge give him good reason to be happy. fd l lbe8 ( 1 3 . . lbc4 lb d5+) 1 4 . . lbc7= a b c d e f g h It is rare to see this prophylactic move at such an early stage, and it allows us to be a bit more creative than usual. id7!? Wa3 lb c7 is rather unclear but at least not worse for Black.
A Strategic Opening Repertoire by John Donaldson, Philip Peterson