By Andras Adorjan
Many chessplayers undertake an unnecessarily protective process once they have the black items. yet now not Grandmaster Adorjan, who claims that the explanation many gamers hardly ever win with black is they do not even try out. the writer makes his element through recommending particular beginning adaptations within which black can play for a win with out taking undue hazards. He illustrates his principles with whole video games and commmentary. through adopting the author's equipment of managed agression, all gamers could be in a position to enhance their effects with black. Grandmaster Andras Adorjan has represented Hungary in lots of Olympiads and was once global championship candidate in 1980. He has additionally acted as moment to Gary Kasparov.
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I6 ... g5t YNe4 Rather a humiliating way to prolong the game. �-� --� ,.... � . ·· : � ��%'"//"��"� /'//,''%' � � s� �ff� ����----�� .. -� �(tij�� " Post-game reflections The early pawn promotions on a 1 and h8 gave this game an almost surreal character, and it seems that Black never adjusted to the unusual situation on the board. The pawn grab 7 ... 1Wxa2?! was not such a bad move in itself, but it was symptomatic of Black's fixation with his queens, and it was the first step along the path of grave time-wasting.
B c d e f g h Senseless manoeuvring. lLlcl . •• Suddenly White is confronted with big problems. Nikola had not realized that Black could do this without first protecting the d5pawn. h4 The best try under the circumstances. ixf6? Wxf6! ih5? c d e f g h Another mistake, this time decisive. lt'le3! 'it>xd l with some chances to defend. Wc2 if7 leads to a desperate situation for White. • Now it's all over. �cl ttlel! Wd2 is no better than the game move: 1 5 ... lt'lg3 a a b c d e f g h 1 8 ... d4! ixc4t c;t>h8+ and White is caught in the crossfire of Black's pieces.
C4 V;Ve4t Amazingly, Black has made nine out of his first eleven moves with the same piece: a humble pawn which promoted to a queen in record-breaking time. That achievement aside, he has almost completely neglected the rest of his pieces, and he will soon pay the penalty. /"' 32 � �� �w�f�%�J[j �. YNxa2?! Rather a risky pawn grab. Safer would have been 7 .. '1Wc3t, forcing a queen exchange and putting a dampener on White's attacking ambitions. f5 Better was 8 .. '1Mfdd5! 0-0 lUc6 when Black is still holding his own.