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The Queen

The Queen

The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black by Lasha Janjgava

The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black

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The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black Lasha Janjgava ebook
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Publisher: Gambit Publications
Page: 98
ISBN: 1901983374, 9781901983371

By deviating at this early point White makes sure that the game will be played on his homeground. He present a repertoire for Black based on the initial moves 1 d4 d5 2 c4 e6 3 Nc3 Nf6 4 Bg5 Nbd7 The GM Lars Schandorff: Five variations of the QGD; Open and Closed Catalan IM Sam Collins: QGD Semi-Tarrasch and four variations of the Slav Defence. The minimum openings I'd recommend for black would be stuff like the Benko Gambit, Scandinavian Defenses (although I think the Scandinavian is a really lame opening) and so forth, while with white you can still get away with the c3 Sicilian, and 3.Nc3, 3. 'I think the perception of the Queen's Gambit Declined as a stodgy response for Black is quite unfounded and I think the Queen's Gambit Declined for Black is about to experience a revival'. Shared by:kevinwang Lasha Janjgava (Author) Every chess-player needs a reliable defense against the Queen's Pawn Opening. - A poor relative of the Catalan. Nf6, so this is the classical starting position for the Queen's Pawn Openings. Now, interested in the Queen's Gambit Declined as Black, I find the opening worth studying. Chernev finds no flaw in opening the d-file while White's rook eyes Black's queen along it. Black can a) 4.dxc5 - This is an attempt to play the Queen's Gambit accepted a tempo up but 4e6 probably gives theoretical equality. B) 4.b3 - This is not White's most promising variation of the Colle Zukertort. The Catalan is a chess opening which can be considered to be White adopting a mixture of the Queen's Gambit and Réti Opening: White plays d4 and c4 and fianchettoes the white bishop on g2. The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black Ebook torrent free downloads, 53621. A common opening sequence is 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.g3 d5 4.Bg2, though the opening can arise from a If black does not know the theory in details, it is easy for white to get advantage. Rather, he points out a general principle in the Queen's Gambit: Black delays capturing the offered pawn until it gains a tempo. After 4Nc6 5.Bb2 Bg4 Black is equal.