By Sam Collins
Gamers who are looking to cross at the assault will locate the following an entire, competitive repertoire according to 1e4. Fifty-one version games-all contemporary and not ahead of annotated in chess literature-form the guide's middle, and convey the best way to deal with the vast diversity of attacking positions coming up from the suggested strains. With the underlying idea so sincerely defined, chess experts will comprehend precisely why to put the items on definite squares within the given constitution.
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This choice of John Nunn's video games includes valuable recommendation on calculation and good judgment which may still spill over into the reader's personal video games. John Nunn is a Grandmaster and writer of numerous books on chess. Pter Griffiths is an skilled chess instructor and the writer of "Exploring the Endgame".
A advisor to endgame technique which exhibits the elemental checkmating ideas and mixtures had to end off competitors. gamers translate middlegame merits into victories, tips to use the king as a weapon, transparent the way in which for rook buddies and realize tactical combos.
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This move ran into big trouble after 14 f6 gxf6 15 gxf6 Bf8 16 Rg1. An idea of the late Hungarian IM Perenyi. 14 h4 This is too slow, but Black must play actively. b4 15 ¤b1 e5?! Bb7! ¥xe6 17 fxe6 0-0 18 ¦g1 ¥f6 19 ¥h3 ¢h8 20 ¤d5 g6 21 £e2 fxe6 22 ¥xe6 ¥g7∓ Rajlich,V−Peng Zhaoqin/Budapest HUN 2001 In the bishop of opposites middlegame Black's is superior. 16 ¤xe6 ¥xe6 17 fxe6 g6 18 exf7+ ¢xf7 19 £h3 32 19 £e2 ¢g7 20 ¤d5 £a7 21 h4 ¥h6 22 h5 ¦af8 Mendoza,R−Bruzon,L/Cali COL 2001 With good dark square play.
Xabcdefghy 8 £f3 £c7 9 0-0-0 ¤bd7 10 g4 XABCDEFGHY 8r+l+k+-tr( 7+pwqnvlpzpp' 6p+-zppsn-+& 5+-+-+-vL-% 4-+-sNPzPP+$ 3+-sN-+Q+-# 2PzPP+-+-zP" 1+-mKR+L+R! b5 This line was played a lot in the mid−eighties with Black getting decent results. gxf6!? This sharper recapture was a Fischer favorite. ± Black needs active counterplay after gf6. 12 g5 ¤d7 13 f5 XABCDEFGHY 8r+l+k+-tr( 7+-wqnvlpzpp' 6p+-zpp+-+& 5+p+-+PzP-% 4-+-sNP+-+$ 3+-sN-+Q+-# 2PzPP+-+-zP" 1+-mKR+L+R! ¥xg5+!? This was considered bad years ago, but now it gives Black good chances.
Bb7! ¥xe6 17 fxe6 0-0 18 ¦g1 ¥f6 19 ¥h3 ¢h8 20 ¤d5 g6 21 £e2 fxe6 22 ¥xe6 ¥g7∓ Rajlich,V−Peng Zhaoqin/Budapest HUN 2001 In the bishop of opposites middlegame Black's is superior. 16 ¤xe6 ¥xe6 17 fxe6 g6 18 exf7+ ¢xf7 19 £h3 32 19 £e2 ¢g7 20 ¤d5 £a7 21 h4 ¥h6 22 h5 ¦af8 Mendoza,R−Bruzon,L/Cali COL 2001 With good dark square play. ¢g7 20 ¤d5 £d8 21 ¥e2 ¦f8 22 ¦hf1 ¦xf1 23 ¦xf1 ¦b8 24 £e6 £d7 25 £xd7+ ¤xd7 26 ¥d3 ¦b7 27 b4 ¤f6³ Rudolf,H−Najer,E/Polanica Zdroj POL 1999.
An Attacking Repertoire for White by Sam Collins