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By Konstantin Sakaev
In his new publication GM Sakaev analyzes all significant structures after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 4.cxd5 Nxd5 5.e4 Nxc3 6.bxc3 Bg7 7.Bc4. He additionally can pay substantial awareness to strange, yet tough schemes as 7...0-0 8.Ne2 Qd7 and 8...Nc6. the writer indicates how Black might equalize while White deviates from the main checking out adaptations, like with regards to 7...c5 8.Ne2 Nc6 9.Be3 0-0 and now 10.Rc1 or 10.Rb1. after all the point of interest of the ebook is at the topical place which arises after 7...c5 8.Ne2 Nc6 9.Be3 0-0 10.0-0. The readers will discover a precise rationalization and research of all moderate continuations with Sakaev's concepts the place to appear for a bonus. the writer finds a few very promising novelties at the major highway of his favourite edition. Sakaev's paintings is orientated in part to symbolize the viewpoint of White and it really is meant to aid avid gamers create difficulties for Black within the Gruenfeld Defence. nonetheless, it'd be attention-grabbing for the gamers who get pleasure from enjoying the Gruenfeld Defence with Black in addition. This e-book has summarized the modern conception as much as March 10 2006.
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G6!? followed by Wf8-g7. h5!? lt:lb4?! Black tries to make use of the c-file for counterplay. But this strategy is based on a tactical oversight. 1 5 .. h3 intending �g3. id2! lt:lc2? It was better to retreat with 1 6 ... ic3± White would soon move his rook via h3 to g3 and obtain excellent attacking chances. lt:lxe6! �cl± The knight is now pinned. �xc2 0-0 Black does not have sufficient compensation to show for the piece. �h3 �xc2 43 � "' .. Opening 1 ... c. < After 2 l . �e2±) when the black pawns in the centre are blockaded and can be attacked.
LUc3! if4 �d4?! Diagram Ex. a5! ltJb5!! (2 points) A necessary intermediate move. lUxe3. �xc4? ixb7t! 21. ia4 �c4! 25J�xc2 '1Wxe2 26J3xc8t? (another 1 point) Black now resigned. �c6#. %g2! %b4 (28 . %b4? %a2::t. 26... ltJxe2 ie7+ Scoring Maximum number of points is 26 ,.. Excellent 22 points and above ······················· 17 poin ts and above ,.. Good ····································· ,.. ················································· Ifyou scored less than 12 points, we recommend that you read the chapter again and repeat the exercises which you got wrong.
E6! with a strong attack. El:xc4 \Wb5 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 a If 17 . b5+-. @fl+White has a decisive advantage in materiaJ. Sveshnikov continues ro play very energetically. e8! e? if7 @d? d5! e6t b c d e f g h 6. Diagram 4-6 8 7 6 5 And Black has no defence against the strong manoeuvre tt:lh4-f5(or g6), which led him to resign immediately. tt:lc2; see the exercises. c l is another main variation. �b2 �e7 9 ... Bareev, Moscow 1 995. g4 lLlh6 is another alternative. h4!? Diagram 4-7 7 White wants to play g4 and chase away the knight.
An Expert's Guide to the 7.Bc4 Gruenfeld by Konstantin Sakaev