A Strategic Opening Repertoire by John Donaldson, Philip Peterson
By John Donaldson, Philip Peterson
This new version of A Strategic beginning Repertoire is either revised and multiplied. The traces awarded right here – in keeping with 1. Nf3, 2.c4 and 3.g3 – will serve a participant good all through his occupation as they're in keeping with good positional rules with an emphasis on knowing instead of memorizing.
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Axh3 ! f4 f5 1 9. lll t2 �h5 20. exf4 g5 22. �b2+ W g8 2 3 . l:be l ± Vaganian Martorelli, Reggio Emilia 1 995] 9. J. b4 Jl.. b5 � d4?! Natural, but wrong. Black should have tried either 1 2 . . �e7 o r 1 2 . . �b8 (see Anastasian Dydyshko, Katowice 1 993). g4 Compare this po sition with Psakhis-Wang (game 3). The only differences are that White is castled, Black has . J:�e8 in, and the a-file is closed. That means White doesn't have �b l -a l -a7, but he does have the pleasant choice between the Fischer Rook-lift with l:i:b l -b3-a3 and the simple and strong plan of a2-a4a5-a6.
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Ab2 0 c 5 1 5 . � b4 ! White wou ld be ready for l::tb l -a l and ktfl -d l with d3 -d4 in the offing. The Queen on b4 holds back . . d5 and attacks by Black are much less dangerous with the Knight on c5 instead of on g4 . b2 h5 1 6 . 1I a 1 ii. h 6 1 7. d4 White opens the game up in order to get at the weaknesses in Black's position. /t)xd4 /t) xd4 2 t . f e7 There is no good answer to the twin threats of 2 3 . /t) c S and 2 3 . Qc 3 . c5! /t)xd6 l: dS ••• ••. Axb7?! Much too complicated. White had an easy win with 29 .