New PDF release: A ferocious opening repertoire

By Cyrus Lakdawala

ISBN-10: 1857446615

ISBN-13: 9781857446616

Cyrus Lakdawala offers an competitive commencing repertoire, in response to the Veresov beginning. This repertoire is ideal when you have little time for learn yet get pleasure from taking competitors out in their convenience zones.

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Cyrus Lakdawala offers an competitive establishing repertoire, in accordance with the Veresov beginning. This repertoire is ideal should you have little time for learn yet get pleasure from taking rivals out in their convenience zones.

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9 ... if8 with completely satisfactory centralization. Or 12 ... ~xd5 (instead of 12 ... ltJxd4 0-0 and then ... ~f6, and Black has a good position. tiJh4 A diversion which is in no way premature. 10... tiJf5 From now on Black cannot develop satisfactorily (12 ... ltJxd4 and the knight's seizure of e6 will be decisive). Yfd7 12 ... g. '~c4. 0-0! Not only a developing move but also a waiting move. Black is compelled, whatever he does, to concede a new weakness - or else he cannot manage any sensible sort of development - and so "White calmly waits to see whether his opponent will now decide on 13 ...

Ic6 31J~ael tLld5 31. E:gB would have allowed Black to increase the pressure. 32J~d3 tLlxc3 Nice, but not sufficient. Wfxc3 Wff2) but White has a truly amazing counter combination at his disposal. rg4!! The point. Wfxd7t @xg6 and White is threatened with mate on h2. 34.. J~f7 34 ... E:gB was indicated. d3! ~gl t Wfxgl t! And a win for White is still far away. lc4! Wfxd5. 39.. t The passed pawn's lust to expand! 41. YMd5 YMd6 42 ... b5. re4 ~e8 46J~xd4 1-0 36 Chess Praxis 5. A mobile pawn mass in the centre • How the contact is maintained between the advancing pawns and pieces supporting the advance In game 13 (see Black's moves 26 and 27 and also the variation given in the note to move 30 (30 ..

Yfd7 12 ... g. '~c4. 0-0! Not only a developing move but also a waiting move. Black is compelled, whatever he does, to concede a new weakness - or else he cannot manage any sensible sort of development - and so "White calmly waits to see whether his opponent will now decide on 13 ... a6 or 13 ... b6. 0-0 was a developing move but, underlying that, it was a feeler just like 32 ... h6-h5 in game 17. 13... b6 13 ... a6 also had its downsides. But 13 ... g. xb7t! a7t and wins. Instead of the weaknesses provoked by ...

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