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Bb3 b5 Kb1 b4 - Video analysis [ Be2 e5 7. Nb3 - Video analysis [ Nf3 - Video analysis [ Be3 Ng4 - Video analysis [ Similar Products same author. Marin's English Love Vol. The first DVD includes the systems The second DVD includes the systems with The Sicilian Dragon Vol.
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Nf3 Nc6 7. Be3, the author takes a detailed look at a daring line with Nd4 Qb6, as well as the quieter plans with Nd4 Bc5, and the main line with King's Gambit Vol. And what happens if Black does not play Marin's English Love - A complete repertoire for White after 1. Qd8 18 ReI 19 bS Bul 20 bxc6 24 White's lead in development coupled with Black's shaky king means this position is no easy ride for Black.
After, for exam- ple, Black remains a good pawn ahead, but because of the pressure down the e-file he has no chance of castling, at least in the immediate future.
White cannot crash through easily because Black's position is fairly resilient. However, there are one or two chinks: sometimes he can regain his pawn on the queenside while Black is consolidating, and the resulting positions often favour White. Summarizing, I would offer an assessment of 'dynamic equal- ity' but I do feel that White's position is easier to play over the board.
Kf8 Give up castling rights has been Black's most common choice but Rd8, intend- ing in some lines to play Rd6-e6, has also been played. The more direct 15 ReI might be stronger: Kf8 Papadopoulou, Patras t and things soon got even better after Bxg5 22 ReS.
White attempts to use this 'power play' by focus- sing on Black's queenside pawns. Zapata, Juan Dolio , is a typical sce- nario: Black has relieved some of the pressure by exchanging queens, but White has regained his pawn and his more active pieces promise him a slight advantage. Black wants to gain time for Kg7, but the pin on the long diagonal proves to be a real pain. It was time to evacuate with Qf5 White replies 23 Bd4!
Black's best is RhcB but then 24 g4!? Re8 ReB 24 Rxe7! Instead Black returns the piece and seeks salvation in an inferior ending..
Keeping control. A slip by Kobalija, who in his notes recommends 29 Rxa7. After White's winning chances are reduced. The problem with the text move is that in some lines the pawn on a6 is captured with check, so Black loses time.
Again Kobalija demonstrates excellent technique by keeping his strong bishop. Rd2 32 Kgl h5? Now Black is definitely losing. Cooley J. Emms British League 1 e4 c5 2 c3 d5 3 exd5 Qxd5 4 d4 Nc6 5 Nf3 Bg4 6 Be2 cxd4 7 cxd4 e6 8 NC3 Qa5 9 h3 Bh5 Diagram 29 Diagram 29 B Diagram 30 W The quiet approach The equalizer It used to be thought that quiet methods were enough to claim an edge, but more recently it has been discovered that, while it is perfectly acceptable for White to play this way, Black doesn't have anything to fear from a theoretical viewpoint- the chances should basically be assessed as equal.
Nf6 11 Be3 TIP: White's most aggressive posting for the queen is on b3, where it hits b7, supports a possible d4-d5 and vacates the d1-square for a rook. White just has to decide what preparation, if any, is needed before playing this move.
Against the immediate 11 Qb3 Black has the standard response White can eliminate Qb-1 ideas by playing 11 a3, but after Rb8 even better! Jt wor- rying about his d4-pawn. Bxe2 12 28 Quite a few players have fallen for this. Diagram 30 Bd6 is a crucial move, one which assures Black of an equal position. In the early days everyone played the seemingly more naturalll Be7, but White can gain at least a slight advantage after 12 Qb3!
Qb4 Qc7 is met by 13 dS 13 g4! Bg6 14 NeS! Rfc8 with 19 Bg4. By cover- ing the eS-square with 1l Bd6, Black simply prevents this plan and so White is forced to seek alternative action.
The trouble is, nothing else is quite as promising. If Black casually castles, White can energize his position, gaining an edge with It makes more sense for Black to prevent d4-dS. Qxb axb3 NdS is one ob- vious way, while in O.
Van Laatum, Belgian League , Black pre- ferred Rd8 which stops d4-dS because of tactics with The game con- tinued 14 g4 Bg6 15 NeS! Black will kick the knight back with a timely Bxe2 14 Qxe2 O-O!
Ne7 without allowing Bg5 but this is not strictly necessary, and Bg6 17 Ne5 Ned5 Rc6 24 d5!! Ra6 26 b5 and Black resigned in E. Roiicek, Par- dubice - after Bxf4 30 Bxf4 Qxf4loses to 31 Rfl.
A nice game by Swshnikov, but it doesn't really alter the assessment that Black is okay in this line. Rab8 Diagram 34 Benmesbah-Zhao Jun, Shenzhen Black normally replies by preventing d4-d5 with RdS or Rfd8 is IS BgS?? Seven captures in a row, and Black ends up a piece ahead! Be7, but I was quite happy to plank a knight ond5. Diagram 35 8 Diagram 36 W Unjustified aggression Black is winning I think that this aggression is no longer justified - White doesn't get anywhere and the weakness on the kingside is a deciding factor later on.
Nxe3 19 fxe3 Bg3 20 Nc4 Qa6 21 Rfl Rbc8 when White has no good way to take advantage of Black's slightly misplaced queen and I was confident of exploiting those kingside weak- nesses later on. Rxd6 19 Nes Nxes!
Rbe8 22 Kf1? White had to try 22 QbS, although even here This is decisive. The queen cannot stay protecting the bishop on e3, so White's 31 starting Out: The c3 Sicilian whole kingside collapses. I decided to go for the prosaic route - I didn't fancy the idea of missing a tactic and then being two rooks down! Rausis A.
WARNING: This move has been recommended by experts and played by quite a few grandmasters, but there's a strong possibility that it is simply a mistake. White should instead choose 8 Nc3. Bh5, but Tony Miles was always an original thinker in the opening and here he comes up with something much more testing.
First of all there' 5 the? But the main problem is that White cannot castle - this is why Qc4 is such a strong move. Bae, Roros , chiefly because he still has to spend time organiz- ing his king. Finally, against 11 Bd2 both Qxd4 and