Download e-book for kindle: A Universal Weapon 1.D4 D6 by Vladimir Barsky

By Vladimir Barsky

ISBN-10: 9548782790

ISBN-13: 9789548782791

This booklet contains 11 chapters dedicated to diversified diversifications of the all-purpose defence for Black 1.d4 d6. each one bankruptcy contains a "Quick Repertoire" part, by means of an intensive theoretical and functional examine within the part "Step through Step" and at last a "Complete video games" section.To be capable of comprise the program on your commencing repertoire, it may be adequate so you might learn the advent and play during the entire video games, which aren't take an excessive amount of of some time. then you definately can commence enjoying this commencing in perform video games at your membership, or at the internet.After you've got used this "Universal procedure" in 10-15 video games, you need to evaluate your reviews with the author's ideas within the "Step by means of Step"chapters and begin to fine-tune your knowledge.International grasp Vladimir Barsky is a chess journalist and trainer. He has been supporting GM Morozevich and GM Khairullin. Barsky is the writer of various books approximately chess and chess avid gamers, together with The Scotch online game for White and the trendy Philidor.

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D2-d3 c7-c6 4. e2-e3l? If White wishes to play a Benoni with reversed colours, it is best to play this move before Black pushes his pawn to e5 and retakes on d4 with the e-pawn. b41? a3 is also worth a look; White is playing a Benko wirh an exrra tempo. 4. 5. e3xd4 The position is strategically complex and any result is possible. D5) 2. r ffiWffiffi w grurw #: ffi# %re a# re AffiA re# a#tr w W : A ,i\ q) Black is not concerned about playing Indian positions 3. a tempo down. c2-eAl? White plays actively so as ro make the extra tempo count.

4. 5. e3xd4 The position is strategically complex and any result is possible. D5) 2. r ffiWffiffi w grurw #: ffi# %re a# re AffiA re# a#tr w W : A ,i\ q) Black is not concerned about playing Indian positions 3. a tempo down. c2-eAl? White plays actively so as ro make the extra tempo count. c5. d41? e6, and after c2-c4 you transpose to a Catalan or the Tarrasch. 3. 6xd41? 6xd4 Wxd4. e3) Black has a pawn on c5 and White has already advanced his pawn to 93: both lines have pro's and con's and it firlly is di{ficult to say which is best.

Ab1-d2 6g8-f6 7. e2-e4 d5-d4l? of playing the solid Petrosian Variation (see Volume 3) with reversed colours, and White will find it a challenge to realize the advantage of the first move. 4f3, the English Opening is often adopted as a means of transposing; in this case a subsequent d2-d4 Ieads to a normal Queen's Pawn Game with the advantage of sidestepping defences that might be disagreeable for White, such as the Benoni, Benko, Griirrfeld or Nimzo- Indian. ll-lCtll ",':== ,'='= ,,,,A, = '. :i:a..

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