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By John Donaldson, Philip Peterson

ISBN-10: 1879479761

ISBN-13: 9781879479760

This re-creation of A Strategic starting Repertoire is either revised and improved. The traces awarded the following – in line with 1. Nf3, 2.c4 and 3.g3 – will serve a participant good all through his profession as they're in keeping with reliable positional principles with an emphasis on realizing instead of memorizing.

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A5 l O . a3 liJa6 I I . cxd5?! exd5 ! cxd5 l l . Ag5 dxc4 ( l l . d4 1 2 . lie l h6 1 4 . liJe4± ] 10 cxd5 l l . t g5 dxe4 [ l l . . d4 ! 1 2 . =] 12. dxe4 ti) c6! 1ll d2! liJxd5 16. 1l:\c4 lia6 ! JS. te6 2 1 . 1l:\ a5 ! li eS ! h3 : b6 ? [ 2 5 . /l\ fS 26 . W h2± g5?! tf g6 29 . te4+ �f6 . •. •.. • . l: xal hxg4 25. �c3 lll g5 30 . t f2 lll h3+ 32. • . g3 i. b4 axb4 l l . e4 Played to discourage Black from playing . . d5 , which the move 8 . :es prepared. Waiting for . . l:e8 before playing e4 .

Lll d5! : c 1 ?? ii.. xf3 ii.. �xf3 lixc3 1 8 Jhc3 e4 is a neat trick worth remembering] 15 ... ii.. xf3 ii.. �cl ! [ 1 7. xg2 1 8. 'itJ xg2 c6 1 9. lll xf6+ �xf6+] 1 7.. ii.. e4 Af5 19. b5 Threatening lll b4. 20 ... �c2 c6 22. 'ifxf3 l:hc3 1 9 . � d5 :a2 Compare this position very carefully with Psakhis-Wang. They're almost identical and a clear sign that Black should steer far away from this variation. JJ.. f3 JJ.. xf3 The only simplification White is afraid of is trading his beautiful Knight for the poor guy on g7 .

G4 fxg4 53. hxg4 bS 54. axb5 x c J 5 9 . f6 ctl x c 2 6 0 . f8=� a2 6 2 . � a3 ctl b l 6 3 . � d3+ 1 : 0 49 Reversed (no ... I:£J c6) 7... c6 7 ... J bd7 7... l: e8 ••• Black doesn ' t have to place his Knight on c6, t hough most players do. This chapter deals with alternative placements, e. , . . lll bd7 or with moves such as . . c7-c6, hoping for a quick . . d5 . Play in these lines tends to be more positional than what we have seen in the first three chapters.

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