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By Dr. S. Tartakower, J. du Mont

ISBN-10: 0486232085

ISBN-13: 9780486232089

Vast number of nice chess video games from 1798 via 1938, with a lot hard-to-find fabric. totally annotated, prepared through beginning for simpler examine. one hundred fifty years of grasp play!

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Black wins a piece and then some. a3 (D) A seeming advantage of bxc3 over dxc3 is that the bishop can come to the dynamic diagonal a3-f8. Sometimes this is effective, although often that diagonal can be blocked by ... d6 or ... cS. The question is whether White's bishop can find a target, for example by cS and cxd6. 7•••e4! e2lIe8 10 h3 White is anticipating answering ... fS with g4 and perhaps h4. b7 13lIael! 36 MASTERING THE CHESS OPENINGS B Correctly trying to disturb things with g5 before Black puts him utterly on the defensive.

Lid3 'iff7 13l:tn lbge7 14 ~gl White keeps the bishop-pair and centre. Already this is a near-winning advantage. , since it gives him time for 'tlYd2, connecting rooks. lie3 secures a comfortable advantage. a6 17 l:ta2! lie6 23 h4 hS 24l:te3 b6 2S cS! bxcS 26 bxcS dxcS 27 dS. The point. Both of White's bishops are activated. Here Black takes a modem approach to the position, voluntarily giving up the bishop-pair without apparent compensation! But on closer examination, we find a concrete explanation.

B4 is a committal move that gives him the opportunity to set up pawn-structures that he normally won't be able to. Furthermore, while the obvious 3 ltJdS may eventually lose time, for the moment it attacks the bishop and paves the way for an early d4. A study of 2 ltJc3 iLb4 is extremely useful for the practical player. It can lead to positions 34 MASTERING THE CHESS OPENINGS whose basic pawn-structures and themes are not only the same as in many other English Opening variations, but also very close to what we find in the Nimzo-Indian, Bogo-Indian, and even the King's Indian!

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