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By Sam Collins

Avid gamers who are looking to pass at the assault will locate right here a whole, competitive repertoire in keeping with 1e4. Fifty-one version games-all contemporary and not sooner than annotated in chess literature-form the guide's middle, and express how you can deal with the large diversity of attacking positions bobbing up from the prompt traces. With the underlying concept so in actual fact defined, chess experts will comprehend precisely why to put the items on yes squares within the given constitution.

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B2-b4, aprendo la colonna ‘b’ per attaccare il pedone d6 lateralmente; oppure si poteva provare ad indurre il N. ad avanzare il pedone in c4, per poi cercare di catturarlo. g5 Td3 La torre è mal piazzata in d3: ora il N. dovrà trovare la mossa giusta per pattare. h5 Qui la partita venne aggiornata. Dopo le analisi casalinghe, entrambi i giocatori si convinsero che il N. aveva la patta a portata di mano, così Gligoric chiese solo di vedere la mossa in busta; naturalmente Petrosian non poteva permettere la presenza di un pedone bianco in h6.

Risulta giocabile? Apparentemente non è peggiore di qualsiasi altra; in ogni caso Keres l’ha utilizzata tre volte in questo torneo e ha perso solo mezzo punto: questo depone a suo favore. Dxd4 Il B. ha guadagnato un tempo per sviluppare la regina, ma il N. Cc6. bxc3 non sembra essere una buona idea, dato che il pedone f7 è destinato a cadere. e4 contro Keres, memori di questa partita. Nel primo incontro con un’apertura poco familiare, Stahlberg non rischia una continuazione tagliente. 0-0 Ce4 Questa mossa è il perno del sistema difensivo sviluppato dal N.

G4 Per concedere al cavallo una via d’uscita - via f1 in g3. Cf1 Stahlberg ne ha abbastanza del gioco passivo da lui intrapreso e decide di accelerare i tempi, trasferendo il cavallo - via g3 ed e2 - in d4. Af1 era la mossa giusta, per impedire alla regina avversaria di raggiungere la casa d3. Dc1 h5 < vedi diagramma successivo > 29 Boleslavsky ammassa una grande quantità di pezzi nel centro, creando interessanti complicazioni: il pedone ‘d’ è il detonatore. Tfe1 Una mossa tipica di quest’apertura: il B.

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