Beating the Petroff by Vassilios Kotronias, Andreas Tzermiadianos
By Vassilios Kotronias, Andreas Tzermiadianos
With this repertoire chess booklet, White gamers may have an arsenal of attacking maneuvers to defeat the Petroff-one of the most well-liked defenses opposed to 1.e4 and the alternative of champions. listed below are dozens of recent principles and theoretical strategies that the authors have conscientiously constructed some time past years, a great remedy of all strains and sidelines, and a wealth of extraordinary and completely annotated video games from overseas competitions.
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F6!? ie7. Ιη this way Black tήes to exploit the omission of 12 t2Je4. xd6 %te 1+ a draw was agreed ίη LuhrigWolochowicz, Ευ ch cοπ. 1988. Α model way of defending a difficult position. c6 14 t'ί)xd6+ cxd6 This is how Black usually ends υρ this vaήatίοη: a weakness οη d6 and having to face White's two mighty bishops. We think that by generating play οη both sides of the board, as Vasiukov did, White has very good winning chances. :he8 15 ... f6!? 16 ':d4 d5! (to keep under control a potential expansion οη the queenside) 17 a4!
Tb5! (13 :adl?! txd4 (15 ... lί)xd4!? tg4! td3 h6 16l2Je5l2Jxe5 17 dxe5! tg4!? txh5 lί)g~ is the best choice as it yields a position where the White bishop ση f3 wil1 face the annoying ... tcl hasn't good squares; all this doesn 't mean, however, that White's advantage should be underestimated (17 ... lί)c4?! 1f3± the bishop οη f3 ΊS unchallenged and the pressure οη the c-pawn blocked). 9cxdS 9 lί)c3!? is interesting, avoiding the isolani and furtheήηg development. l2Jf6! xd5 10 lί)c3 l2Jxc3 11 bxc3 is clearly better for White.
G7?! 14 ~xg7 Φχg7 15 d5! iJe2! ig5 from achieving further exchanges. 58 Beαting the Petroff (12 ... ~h8!? is worth examining) 13 'iid5+! ± and White had a solid space advantage ίη Makarichev-Bronstein. USSR 1978. e3! lbc6 1Ο lbd2 Here 10 ο-ο!? looks like a good improvement. White's development advantage is the important factor: 12 ... c6 (12 ... tf5? 13 a3+-) 13 a3 lba6 14 c4 lbc7 15 cxd5! e6 19 d5! txg5 1Wxg5 22 1Wb5± and it looks impossible for Black to survive. lbb4 Α) Οη 1O... e6. 11 lbd2!