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This is due to the fact that the bishop will no longer be hemmed in by its own pawns on c4 and e4. Although Black eventually triumphs, he had rather an awkward position out of the opening.
The structure in this game is different to those seen in the rest of the chapter, but is one in which White h as good chances for an advantage. Finally, in Game 9 we see what happens when Black opts for a Dragon set-up. Black wishes to keep his light-squared bishop for dynamic counterchances.
Normally we will capture on d7 when forced to by It will be featured in Black also has: a After 5 i. This is seen in Game 5. Instead of This is examined in Game 3. Alternatively: a Taking the pawn with the S If we allow Black enough time to develop sensibly then he will have a good position, so we need to seize the initiative immediately - see Game 9.
Black immediately takes steps to fight back in the centre. The position is similar to Game 3 and it is important to familiarize yourself with this set-up. This is featured in Game 10, the final game of the chapter. The idea is simple to comprehend: we want to play a Maroczy bind structure. Van Wely, Internet blitz , and now 16 e5 iLe7 17 l:td4 i.
Sitanggang, Singapore Black will struggle to come up with a plan and the doubled f-pawns are actually useful for White, as they support the centre and allow operations down the semi-open g-file. I like the idea of castling l ong for White and hid- 10 ing the kin g away on bl. After Giri forgets the knight can run away. Now the bishop on g4 looks very offside.
Another drawback is that g4 is wanted by the black knight. This cedes the dS-square for the rest of the game, but at least allows the bishop to return to the fold. After the alternative, ll White could even try to exploit that immediately with 12 f4! Vd3 was the more dynamic option: for example, Vigorito points out that Perhaps he should try Giri was obviously scared of the knight jumping via c4 to b6, but in my view this is a bigger weakness.
Instead I think the position is already lost for Black. Threatening 26 ct:Jxes, as well as starting on the long road to the b4-square. Often I find when my opponent has been under pressure all game eventually he cracks and we see it here too. This move smacks of desperation. Black should have waited with I should point out that at the time of writing, her opponent, Anish Giri, is rated and thus to beat him so comfortably speaks of excellent technique coupled to a great opening!
Game2 J. Ca rlhammar Gibraltar 1 tt::lf3 cs 2 e4 d6 3. Palliser has suggested 7 ii. If you compare this to the last game then you can see that taking on f3 is more of a real threat. Returning to It makes more sense to play this move once White has castled king side. Vd3: an interesting cyber suggestion Vd3 h6 sees some prophylaxis tLlc3 tLlf6 12 i. Reinaldo Castineira, continued pressure on d6.
Instead game, below. Instead 11 tLlbd2 tLlf6 This is an tar Jon Ludvig both puts pressure on b S and strength of the two bishops. Vas 10 tZ:lds opening up the knight. Trent, London g6 Instead: a For example, White crashes through, but White opens up the centre, and why not?
It seems White still has something following This is because we want total control of ds. A move played on autopilot that the strong Azerbaijani GM quickly comes to regret.
This game was just a blitz game played online and so obviously there are mistakes. If Black wants to play this way then I think he should continue with Now: a Minasian, Krasnodar , since otherwise White plays a2-a4 and Black is totally tied up. Efimov, Belfort , and here the strongest seems to be The knight was threatening to move so it had to be taken. However this should just lose a pawn. Note that In this game I wrap up coverage of the immediate Black has also been known to try: a s After 6 l2lc3 a6 White has always captured 19 H o w to B e a t t h e Sicilian Defe n c e on d7, but I wonder i f 7 b4!
Indeed, foll owing Md1 and here the threat of 11 e5 is rather awkward to deal with: a21 Mxd4 Wxe7 16 j,b3 j,b7 17 a4 and we should be very happy with our middlegame position. I think it would make sense to play 6 c4! However, in any case, I like the look of 7 e s! Then Md1 grants White a little something 9. Black plays Although it ap- pears Black has lost a tempo our knight on d2 is a long way from ds.
This would at least prevent the plan Chuiko adopts in the game. Black is extremely passive and White has total control over the board. Me7 Black defends b7 and the seventh rank, but cedes control over the back rank. Mb8 was easier. Mxb7 And here there was no need to give up the c-pawn, with 36 c5 a stronger option. Black must play Black blunders. Instead after S Morrison, Columbus If Black recaptures with the pawn then White will be able to use the es-square, but if Black takes with the queen then White will gain tempi to start an initiative.
Ljubojevic, Wijk aan Zee Although White lost this game I think he was doing well out of the opening. Mg8 15 o-o and Black can barely move.
Mxd8 9 ctJe5. Mc8 was asking to suffer for the rest of the game in game for White. Note too that Bologan, Internet blitz
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