Attacking with 1d4 (Everyman Chess) by Angus Dunnington PDF
By Angus Dunnington
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Tired of taking part in the standard openings? nervous approximately having to benefit an excessive amount of thought? Then this e-book is what you're searching for! foreign grasp Angus Dunnington offers you with a brand new attacking commencing repertoire according to the circulation 1 d4. instead of getting slowed down with thought, Dunnington concentrates on developing easy-to-learn structures opposed to all of Black's attainable defenses. He chooses strains that are enjoyable to play, effortless to profit and may pose your unsuspecting opponent many difficulties. (6 x nine, a hundred and sixty pages, b&w diagrams)
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Td3. id2 Question: Is 12 lbe4 a better move for White? Answer: 12 lbe4 i s playable but probably not better than the move chosen in the game. A logical path is 12 ... ie7 ! (freeing b4 for a knight in the future, although 12 ... id3 a6 ! (securing bs in order to hit back in the centre with ... cs) 16 lDg 3 c s ! Yurtaev-J . Hector, Copenhag en 1991. An assessment: 1. White has an advanced pawn on es, but unlike similar Slav situations, h e doesn't really h ave an attack because Black i s so aggressively posted on the king side.
When he gets the reprieve he needs to survive the onslaught. ih4! 1i'e2 ! 34 tt:\g 21i'f3 and White h as nothing better than to take the perpetual . let's return to 3 1.. ixf8: 29 Th e Sla v: M o ve b y M o ve Exercise: The game is on the line. Find the path to White's well deserved victory. 32 'i¥g6+? The unimaginable strain of a World Championship match does strange things to great players. Remember when Fischer grabbed Spassky's h-pawn and voluntarily entombed his bishop in the first game of their Reykjavik match?
White only h as space. It doesn't look like h e can even create a passer or break though with his king. Answer: As a training exercise, let's take a look at a logical scenario where we get into a kin g and pawn ending: 2 2 ... Uxc6 l2Jxc6 2 5 b4! l:tc8 26 �c1 l2Je7 27 l:tcs ! b6 (27 . J1xcs ? b8 a 6 3 1 c 6 ! xe7
Attacking with 1d4 (Everyman Chess) by Angus Dunnington