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

The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black

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The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black Lasha Janjgava ebook
Page: 98
Format: pdf
Publisher: Gambit Publications
ISBN: 1901983374, 9781901983371

Nf3 Nf6 I'm ready to play a King's Indian . This is my preferred method of meeting it, but one also has to know the Black side of the Catalan fairly well so as not to get caught up in positions you do not know. In this volume, GM Marian Petrov, Black must certainly be well prepared, but the workload is less than for most aggressive defences – this book supplies all Black needs to know.” Let me see if the words put on the But hey… after all you consider playing the Benoni, not the Queen's Gambit Declined. The classic main line A quieter alternative to 5 Qb3 and 5 g3 is the transposition to the Exchange Variation of the Queen's Gambit Declined with 5 cxd5 exd5. Nf3 I personally play Nf6 and leave almost all options open (except the Dutch Defense) but again, d5-e6 is a universal prescription, if you're not afraid to play the Black side of the Queen's Gambit. As a response to the Reti anyway. Grunfeld, Catalan (some lines), Pawn structure, kingside fianchetto. After 4Nc6 5.Bb2 Bg4 Black is equal. The minimum openings I'd recommend for black would be stuff like the Benko Gambit, Scandinavian Defenses (although I think the Scandinavian is a really lame opening) and so forth, while with white you can still get away with the c3 Sicilian, and 3.Nc3, 3. - A poor relative of the Catalan. Opening Cox also demonstrates how to play against White's other tries, including the Exchange Variation, Catalan and Bf4 lines. Black can a) 4.dxc5 - This is an attempt to play the Queen's Gambit accepted a tempo up but 4e6 probably gives theoretical equality. After all they deal with topical openings and sometimes even bring old-fashioned openings back to life (i.e. Queen's Gambit Accepted, Petroff, Pawn structure, open game. The move 5 Qb3 hopes to improve on 5 e3 by defending against Black winning a pawn by 5…dxc4 followed by 6…b5, while at the same time not blocking in his queen's bishop. B) 4.b3 - This is not White's most promising variation of the Colle Zukertort. This book provides a repertoire for Black with the ever-popular Queen's Gambit Declined. By deviating at this early point White makes sure that the game will be played on his homeground. White will either follow up with Bg5 or Bf4, or aim for a Catalan-like formation with g3, without gambiting a pawn. Nf6, so this is the classical starting position for the Queen's Pawn Openings.