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This publication fills a massive void in chess literature. There are a numerous variety of avid gamers who're more than happy to protect the black facet of the Queen's Gambit or play the Nimzo-Indian, Queen's Indian, Bogo-Indian or Benoni. even though, mostly they've been pressured to clutter their manner via a complete number of stressful sidelines White has at his or her disposal, together with the feared Trompowsky, the difficult Blackmar-Diemer Gambit and the tiresome Colle version.
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14 tLle5± Prie-De la Villa Garcia, Leon 1 99 1 . 1 3 exd4 13 tLlxe5? tLlf5 hits e3 and favours Black. 1 3 ... e4 This has become a well-known po sition: I think that Black is distinctly better. 14 �xe4! Weak is 14 tLle5? �xd4, and 14 O-O? f2 �d6 with a winning position. 41 Play the French 14 ... dxe4 15 tZ'le5 15 ... g6 This is good, but apparently sim pler is the recent 15 . . �d7! of Potkin Filippov, Togliatti 2003, which in tends 16 'iVh5+ g6 17 tZ'lxg6 hxg6 1 8 �xh8 0-0-0 with excellent play.
Fl , 9 . . , is still untried. This would preserve the op tion of playing the move . . ttJg4 at some point. fl has been outrageously favourable to the Black pieces in practice. Here 10 . . te7 has given Black a 60% winning percent age in my database with about a 100point performance rating advantage; but 1O . . d7 is another effective al ternative, as it has an amazing 500- 45 Play the French point performance rating advantage for Black in 55 games! (Of course, that is by no means proof of objective worth, and the sample sizes are re duced by unrated games, but still .
C 5+) 1 1 . . txf5 exf5 is Sobolevsky Enders above; 12 lle1?! i.. g 5 �g7) 12 . . a6 13 b4 ttJg6+ Maderna Naj dorf, Mar del Plata 1942. 31 9 ttJg5 This is known as Sorensen's Gam bit. It has undergone a spurt of popu1arity and White has enjoyed a num ber of nice attacking victories, but it is dubious at best if the opponent is prepared. ttJc6! The simplest course, fighting for the initiative by attacking e5. 10 lIe 1 This is thought to be best and has been played almost exclusively. tc2 ttJd4 16 wt'd1 ttJg4!