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By Bill Wall

ISBN-10: 0945470711

ISBN-13: 9780945470717

A lurch into the pits of anxiety-losing in lower than 20 strikes. essentially the most vital a part of a chess online game for the novice chess participant is the outlet. on the beginner point, such a lot video games are gained or misplaced within the beginning via errors or falling in a booklet seize. it is very important research the openings and recognize what traps and pitfalls could come up from a selected edition, both to spring it on an opponent or stay away from a capture that your opponent is making an attempt to spring on you. This e-book illustrates brief video games to exploit terrible starting approach.

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H7 15 �h1 o-o; Breyer - Hromadka, Baden 1914. e) 7 c[)c3 f4! 8 h3 c[)d4! g. 9 c[)a4 9 . . xd4 10 c[)dS ( 10 c[)a4? a6) 10 . . b6 13 d 4 �f8. 6 o-o The natural move 6 ... e. 7 exfS! 0-0 (or 7 . . ;Je2 c[)d7 13 c[)e4! ;Jc6 1 4 c[)c3 with a winni ng position for White . c4+ �h8 8 c[)gS d6 ( 8 . . e6� Tarasov - Tsarev , Moscow 1 973. d6 7 Possible is 7 ... ;Jd8 10 c3 with 10 . . fxe4 1 1 dxe4 a6, o r i mmediately 1 0 . . a6 with approximately equal chances. j . Belavenets recomm­ ends the i mmediate 7 .

Xf2 c:£)e4! 17 4jg3 ( 1 7 c:£)c3 gets the same reply) 17 . . tf1b4! xe8? xe2. xe2 tf1xe2 In this critical position Black s tands okay despite the pawn deficit. 16 d3 4Jh51 Less i ncisive is 16 ... c6 17 h3 4jh5! e3 tf1xd1 19 ... Others 61 �axd1 4Jg3! 20 �fe1 4jf5= Stoica - Ciocal tea, Bucha­ rest 1980. e3 18 fxe3 tf1xe3+ 19 C{tlh1 4Jg3+1 20 hxg3 tf1h6+ 21 C{tlg1 tf1e3+ With a draw by perpetual. B22 8 4Jf3 This i mmediate attack on the central ised knight red­ uces Black's attacking possibil i ties.

D6 16 c3 4:Jg4 1 7 f4 �h6 1 8 h3 and Black had no compen­ sation for the pawn . 9 4:Jf3 . . xfS Black has good chances for an attack on the ki ng's wing. For example: a) 10 4:Je2 4:Jg4 with dan­ gerous play . g 4 ! g 3 ( 13 4:Jxd4? �xf4 1 4 4:Je6 thh4) 13 ... 4:jf5 1 4 d4 4:Jxg3 1S fxg3 (15 4:Jxg3 �h4 16 h3 4:Jxf2) 1S . �gS with a strong attack Tringov - Gru n feld, Skara 1980. gS c6 1 I h3 (after 1 1 4:Je2 �e7 12 4:Jxd 4 there w i l l fol low 1 2 . . xb2) 1 1 . . �c7. In the game Kagan - Wedberg, Lucerne 1 979 White ans­ wered 12 4:jf3?

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