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

The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black

ISBN: 1901983374,9781901983371 | 98 pages | 3 Mb

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The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black Lasha Janjgava
Publisher: Gambit Publications

I find that most players in my club mistake the French Defence as a passive, boring defence much like the Caro-Kann but with the added disadvantage of Black's light-squared bishop being hemmed in (which as Korchnoi so lovingly puts it,"his problem child") and remaining Instead, the Ruy Lopez (Anand, Kramnik), the Catalan (Kramnik), Petroff (Kramnik), the Slav/Semi-Slav/Queen's Gambit Declined (Anand, Leko, Kramnik, Topalov) are the rage these days. It's an interesting line of the Marshall Defense to the Queen's Gambit (one of my favorite dubious openings): Gjon Feinstein — Dana Mackenzie. Sure, Black can deviate, for example with 3a6, forcing you into some Queen's Gambit Accepted lines, but these are more manageable than the whole of QGA theory after 3. Tom opened up the centre and his superior development was converted into a decisive material advantage making use of a nice cross-pin. That is a monster of an opening and you have to be well prepared against it, and it is pretty different from the Queen's gambit declined. I would like to present you a complete repertoire for black against 1.d4 based on the Queen's Gambit Declined (QGD) and to share my thoughts and ideas with you! Tom Wiley on board 2 faced the Queen's gambit accepted from Stefan Bruynooghe (2072) with a somewhat unusual development of Black's bishop to d6. 4 Nc-Three: Gambit in the Queen's Gambit: Accepted and Slav by: John L. On board 4, Frank Hoffmeister outplayed Johann VandenBusssche (1887) with White in a Catalan set-up. All theoretical explainations are also available on youtube! But I have a big problem with two lines (I suppose because I just love these lines as white, and don't get excited about them as black just yet) Those are the Queen's Gambit declined exchange variation (my usual repertoire choice as it rules out the Cambridge Springs variation) I just dont LOVE black here. Khalifman vs Sveshnikov – Catalan Opening – Elista, 1996. Gjon has played this before against me and I think that some other It looks a little loose for Black, but computer analysis gives only a small edge to White after 8. A sharp Queen's Gambit Declined, transposing into a Catalan, between Alexander Khalifman and Evgeni Sveshnikov, played in Elista in 1996. G3 … White goes for a Catalan-style development.

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