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Tired of enjoying the standard openings? anxious approximately having to profit an excessive amount of concept? Then this publication is what you're trying to find! foreign grasp Angus Dunnington provides you with a brand new attacking commencing repertoire in response to the flow 1 d4. instead of getting slowed down with idea, Dunnington concentrates on developing easy-to-learn structures opposed to all of Black's attainable defenses. He chooses traces that are enjoyable to play, effortless to benefit and should pose your unsuspecting opponent many difficulties. (6 x nine, a hundred and sixty pages, b&w diagrams)

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Exf3!? Or 7... BfS!? S. Bg2 e3 and Black stands well. S. Qxf3 c6 Qb6 9. Bd3 KdS 10. Bg6t Bg4 11. Nge2 Nbd7 12. Qe3 Rh3 13. Bf4 14. Ng3 Rh6!! IS. The surprising point of the whole counterattack that began with 14... eS!. Now Black wins at least a piece. 19. Bt7 If 19. BfS then 19... BxfS 20. NxfS Ne4t winning. 19. Qxc3t Qxc3 20. Bxc3t Ke7! 21. Kxc3 0-1. White's Bishop is trapped! 1946 1. d4 fS 2. e4 fxe4 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. g4 h6 S. f4 dS If S... exf3? 6. Bd3. 63 Dutch Defense: New and Forgotten Ideas 6.

Kf2 Rf8t 19. Ke2 White has a strong attack upon 19... Nd5 (19 ... Rd8? 20. Rxe7t Kxe7 21. Qe6#) 20. ReI Nf6? 21. Rxe7t! Kxe7 22. Kdl t Kd8 23. Ne6t Kc8 24. Nxf8t! 1. d4 dS 2. Nc3 f5 3. e4 dxe4 4. BgS?! g6! 5. Bc4 Bg7 6. Nge2 Nc6 Black has the advantage-ECo. 7. S. dS BbSt NeS c6 29 Dutch Defense: New and Forgotten Ideas 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. IS. 19. 20. 21. 22. dxc6 Rxdl Nd5? Nc7 Ba4 Nd4 Bxe7 b3 Rxd3 Nxc6t Nxe6 NxbS Nd7 Rgl 0-1. Qxdlt bxc6 Kt7 RbS e6 Ne7 Kxe7 Nd3t! exd3 Kd6 Kxe6 Bb7 Bxg2 Bc3t [22] 1.

D6 4. g4 g6?! Unclear is 4 ... fxg4 5. hxg4 (5. Ng5!? h6?! 6. hxg4) Bxg4 6. Ng5 or 6. Bg2. ECOA80 S. 6. 7. 8. 9. Ne3 Qd3! dS NxeS gxfS Bg7 Ne6 NeS dxeS Bf4d6 ECO recommends 4 ... c5 5. c3 Qb6 6. Qb3 Qxb3 7. axb3 d6=. Nbd2 Nxd2 S. Qxd2 e6 6. 7. e4!? 9. e4? After 9... gxf5 10. Rgl White stands better. Nxe4 10. Nxe4 11. Qxe4 BxfS 12. Qe4 e6 0-0 13. Bg2 14. Be3! Even stronger than 14. dxe6 Qe7. Bxb2 14. IS. RbI Qf6 0-0 Rae8? 16. 17. BeS Rf7 QbS 1-0. 18. [49] Atalik,S-Hoang Th. Trang Budapest 1998 1.

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