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By John Donaldson, Philip Peterson
This re-creation of A Strategic commencing Repertoire is either revised and elevated. The traces offered the following â according to 1. Nf3, 2.c4 and 3.g3 â will serve a participant good all through his profession as they're in response to good positional rules with an emphasis on knowing instead of memorizing.
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Wd2±; After B.. Ae7 9. Wd2 AdB 1l. Ae2 t::lJ ffi 13. t::lJ xe4 Axe4 16. f3 in case of 16 . . Af5 ( after 16 . . A c2 17. :' xb4 axb4 lB. Wxc2+- White had n o prob lems in the game G. Nikolic Subotic, Vrnjacka B anja 1996) White has a concrete solution of 17 . g4 Ag6 1B. lha5! Axa5 19. ±; Very often Black plays B. ffi, not only preventing the white knight from getting to e5, but also preparing some possible ac tivity in the centre. In this case after 9. e3 ( the active 9. e4 fol lowed by 9 .
E4±. a6 to avoid this sort of disappoint ment. e3 ltJc6 (the erroneous move B. . g6? gives White the simple combination 9. ixbB! f5 3. ltJa5 10. 0-0 e6 13J �fc1 l:tcB 14. a4! �xc8 �xcB lB. ;l;; . It's necessity gets obvious from the game Friedman - Vink, Wijk aan Zee 1998, when after 10. 0-0 ltJh5! �h4 g5 13. ltJh2 f5 16. �ac1 h5� Black had good counterplay on the kingside. ltJb5 with 8 . ltJa6=. 8 �e7 ••• The prophy lactic advance 8 . . a6? with the idea to develop the knight on c6, would be ill timed now because of 9.
1td3 b5 17. ttJ xf 2 bxc4 1B. 1txd3+ 20. ttJxd3 :d4 21. h3 lUdB
A Strategic Opening Repertoire by John Donaldson, Philip Peterson