Download e-book for kindle: 1.d4 (Grandmaster Repertoire) (v. 1) by Boris Avrukh

By Boris Avrukh

"Grandmaster Repertoire" is a brand new sequence of top of the range chess books in line with the most traces, written by way of powerful grandmasters. the purpose is to supply the reader with a whole repertoire at a degree more than enough for elite tournaments, and positively additionally for the membership championship. "Grandmaster Repertoire" presents a repertoire to final a life-time. best GM Boris Avrukh charts a path in the direction of a bonus with 1.d4. Avrukh is used to dealing with the easiest gamers on this planet. during this publication he provides a much better model of the repertoire that increased him to the pinnacle 50, targeting major strains with a king aspect fianchetto. "1.d4 quantity One" covers the openings after 1.d4 d4 2.c4, quite the Catalan, Queen's Gambit authorised, Semi-Slav, Slav, and different Queen's Gambit strains.

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Xf6 gxf6 1 7. �xa7! �xd7 ± White retains an extra pawn, though Black has some chances to scrape a draw. � fdl White's choice was pleasant. d5 0-0 (or 1 7 . . We? �d4 also gives an excellent initiative. 1 5 ... e4 �e7 1 6 . . d5 creates a dangerous attack. axb5 �xb5 1 8 . . Wb? d5 looks great for White, as all his pieces are in play. ; The idea is to transfer the dark-squared bishop to c3 and thus maintain a clear positional edge. 61 Conclusion: In general there should be a reason why 5 .

Xf6 gxf6 (Mter 1 5 . . d5 The opposite-coloured bishops certainly do not make White's initiative any less dangerous. 1 4 . . a4! is very unpleasant for Black, as he cannot play 1 5 . . b7! Chapter 4 - 4 . . dxc4 and 5 . . ttJbd7 1 4 . . a4 bxa4 (again 1 5 . . �xf6 gxf6 1 7. �xa7! �xd7 ± White retains an extra pawn, though Black has some chances to scrape a draw. � fdl White's choice was pleasant. d5 0-0 (or 1 7 . . We? �d4 also gives an excellent initiative. 1 5 ... e4 �e7 1 6 . . d5 creates a dangerous attack.

1 O . . e4 is met strongly by 1 1 . a6. tl�xc4 ic5 Otherwise White gets a pleasant edge, thanks to his pressure along the h l -aB diagonal. Here are a few examples: B . . tDb3 (preparing ie3) ' l l . ie3 'Wa6 This position occurred in Tal - Chernikov, Moscow 1 966. And now 1 3 J'i:c l intending to play next :gc7 would give White a serious initiative due to his development advantage. tDb5 ixflt! 'Wxd4 was played in Tal - Danov, USSR 1 972, but now 1 5 . . 0-0 looks to be probably defendable. 10 ...

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