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By Nigel Davies

If you've got loved interpreting our chess books, wait till you will have visible what is in this CD! Everyman Chess are thrilled so one can offer you "Play 1 e4 e5!" in a structure perfect for laptop viewing. this may make it easier to hyperlink to all of the chess video games, observation and textual content from the unique booklet, and replay and have interaction with the strikes simply onscreen. there is not any doubt that 1...e5 is one among Black's premiere and but competitive methods of assembly 1 e4. it is also actual that a few Black gamers are do away with by means of the doubtless unending variety of adaptations. despite the fact that, the following Nigel Davies offers an entire solution to this perennial challenge by means of delivering a concise and sensible repertoire for the Black participant, while crucially together with a in charge defence to the Ruy Lopez - White's most well liked attacking test. Davies is the right selection for this topic, having been battle-hardened via years of overseas festival in those openings. It presents an entire defence to one e4. All of White's attempts are lined. It contains White's major weapon, the Ruy Lopez.

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Black is simply going to remove the knight when it lands there. Ivanov-Shabalov, Virginia Beach 2002. Rg4? Ng7! Geller-Balashov, Moscow 2002. exf5 After the exchange on f5 the position has changed. White no longer has the superior pawn structure and Black doesn't have the two bishops! Qg4 transposes to the position after White's 14th move in the main game. Re1 e4?! Nf1! a3 etc. Qd3 and White duly converted his material advantage. Red1 was better for White due to his nicely centralized knight and Black's pawn weaknesses in Belkhodja-Kazhgaleyev, Issy les Moulineaux 2004.

Nxh3! Qxf3 Qg1# . Red1 Bh3! More trouble on h3! Qxf3 Qg1# is the same theme as in the previous note. Bxb4 , after which Nxd5! Kxh3!? Qf2 is refuted by Qxa2!! Kh1 Rg1# . Qxf4 gets smashed by Bxg2! Qxf4 Qh5! Qh4+ , winning a whole queen. Bc2 Qc8! b4?! A forcing move, but one which leaves White with queenside responsibilities. dxc6 is better, as in McShane-Sokolov. Bb2 Nd8! Bd3 White's logical pawn lever is c3-c4, trying to eliminate the backward c-pawn. a4?! a5?! Rac1 f6 gave Black an excellent game - he has a very solid position and b5 will fall under his control.

I quite like this move. Be7f8-g7 manoeuvre but by a subtly different move order. g6 that can be met with 13... Nh5. Ne3 Black no longer has to worry about a pin with Bg5 and can just play Bf8 . h3 , when I quite like Skembris's Rb8!? , waiting another move before playing his bishop back to f8. Nd5 was slightly better for White in Tseshkovsky-Obukhov, Kurgan 1994 ) . Qf3 Qh4!? Be2 Bxe3!? Bxe3 f5!? exf5 gxf5 with sharp play. Rxd8+ , Pilnik-Rossetto, Mar del Plata 1962, was eventually drawn. d6-d5.

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