A Spanish Repertoire for Black by Mihail Marin

By Mihail Marin

Here's a world-class chess repertoire for Black opposed to 1.e4. because the identify indicates, the repertoire relies at the revered Spanish establishing, or the Ruy Lopez, because it is typically known as. In his past ebook, Beating the Open video games, Grandmaster Mihail Marin handled White’s innovations as much as 3.Bb5. Now Marin presents all of the solutions for Black after 4.Ba4. This intensity of chess services has infrequently been released for a mass viewers sooner than, as grandmasters frequently wish to maintain their secrets and techniques. The complexity of the fabric might have been daunting, yet Marin is additionally a grasp of explaining profound principles to a large viewers.

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Hl with strong threats along the h-file. CLlxf5 doesn't work because of 42.. J�xfS! In view of White's 44th move, this might look like a blunder. However, if 42 . 1Mfd3 leaving Black's pieces exposed to such threats as �cl , �e4 or �gh2. te4 White has won a pawn but has not managed to challenge Black's dark square stabiliry. Besides. the position has been considerably simplified. depriving White of further tactical possibilities. The Rubinstein System 45 ... a5! 37 the same conclusion since one year after the A last accurate move.

Re too far from the e5-square. This is an eternal :heme in the Ruy Lopez, but in a slightly different context and its essence needed decades :0 reveal itself completely. On the other wing, the situation is to a certain �xtent reversed. a4). ayed 8 years before Akiba was born. I guess we shall never know whether the great Pole was aware of this fact. d3 A completely inoffensive system of development by modern standards of theory, of course. White does not manifest any ambitions in the centre and leaves the Spanish bishop exposed to the attack of the enemy knight.

G6! since the knight would be taboo because of the check on f4. h4 makes more sense. Now, 30 ... m fB planning . . m e? followed by . . g6 and . . ltk5 looks like Black's most consistent plan. b3, aiming to take advantage of the temporarily placement uncomfortable of the king (3 l . �c8t with greater effect than in the game) . Now, the queen incursion 3 1 . bxc4? is refuted by the slightly amusing 32 ... �xc3 with the simple threat . cxb5? unexpectedly clears the c-file, leaving the c8-square protected by the black queen and allowing the win of a 46 A Spanish Reperroire for Black piece with 33 ...

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