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Log in to watch the full show or click one of the links below. New ideas in the Catalan – Part 1. The Catalan is an interesting opening. Generally speaking, Black has always had its best success with d5xc4 lines, underlining one drawback of the Catalan as White’s inability to recapture on c4 with the bishop.
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Gelfand-Stupak provides an answer to that problem. Instead of doing the same as White and establishing a pawn in the centre, Black invites his opponent to chase his knight around the board and set up a broad pawn centre as he wins tempi.
The second video illustrates different options for Black: Carro de la compra x. Yet, a more traditional approach with c7-c6, known as the Closed Catalan has also had some staying power. New ideas in the Catalan – Part 2 Opening: Symphony of Attack with the SteinWay. The basic idea, to provoke the creation of a pawn centre which will later be the target of attacks, was very influential and that influence can be seen on many other modern openings.
The games analyzed in this video series feature White playing Nbd2 immediately in replay to c7-c6. The fianchetto helps White to maintain control of the center and respond better to Black’s breaks with c7-c5 or e6-e5.
The Alekhine Defence is a provocative opening. Meeting the Alekhine defensq The classical way La Defensa Alekhine pertenece a esas aperturas que hacen que las blancas afronten retos muy especiales.
New ideas in the Catalan – Part 2. For years we have seen this pattern of play: The point is to facilitate the e2-e4 advance. El GM Bojkov le muestra nuevas ideas en la variante con 4.
Pieces Sacrifice in the Opening – Part It was developed at a time when the old dogmas were being questioned and people were looking for something new. Ventajas para los clientes registrados: Ver el carro de la compra. Spassky Chimes in Moscow Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: The way I see it, it came up as an attempt to blend in hypermodern ideas of the Reti into a frame of the Queens Gambit Declined.
Hacer el pedido y crear una cuenta Seguir. This opening was not taken seriously until the future world champion Alexander Alekhine — began to play it from on. Spassky shows Kan-do Spirit. Some may not consider it very dangerous because the white knight isn’t optimally placed on d2 in the resulting French-like structures.
What’s in store Memberships Videos Teachers Merchandise. This is seen at its clearest in the principled Four Pawns Variation, in which 2. More practical testing is needed.
Black almost always plays c7-c6 before b7-b6 to be able to recapture on d5 with the c-pawn, at least until White commits his b1-knight. This is a 5 minute preview. Carro de la compra. White goes Qc2, b3, Rd1 and waits for Black to decide where to place his bishop. Botvinnik Alekhne revisited 4.