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Cs was played in Luther - Dominguez, Havana 200 1 . �e2 �xe2t After exchanging queens Black has no problems at all . e7 (S ... �e2 �xe2t is a very sound continuation for Black. ) 9. d3 b5 Black has reached his normal set-up, but White's knight is no longer on d4 but on b3, so all the nice tactics do not work anymore. he l b4 White has to remove the knight and Black gets very comfortable play. 12 .. bS! Black's attack comes faster now. 'rWxb2 S ... lLlc6 This sideline has been seen often in tournament games recently.
E3 6 ... tt'l g4?? now loses to 7 . 8. • 6 ... ttJ c6 has virtually no independent significance. f3, and now 7 ... fig7 is the most normal, and 7 . . fid7 will transpose to the early ... 0-0-0 fig7, a main sideline for Black in the Rauzer Attack, which will be considered below in the note to Black's 8 th move. An unusual move order from Kasparov Georgiev, Sarajevo 2000, is related with another topic - the early ... a6. After 5 ... f3 g6 (which is equivalent to 5 . . �d2 b5?! (8 ... fig7 transposes to the 6 ...
LWd6t with excellent winning chances. 16 . . 'lWxc6! The most principled reply. Black eliminates the dangerous passer. hf6 leaves Black with a difficult choice. 1 7 . . �e4 'lWa4 Black has no big choice here. [The alternative lS . . @f1 ! @f3?? I n my game against Dvoirys I chose the wrong square for the king. Now Black could save the game. 23 ... �c6 @fB! ] 23... ged 1 ge7?! 'lWf3 and White is winning. After the first edition was published another opinion on this position was voiced: 2S . .
101 ideas de ataque by Joe Gallagher