Beating the Caro Kann by Vassilios – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. I guess learning the caro-kann may help you beat it so /__Beating-the-Caro-Kann-_Kotronias_pag. Vassilios Kotronias is a chess grandmaster and former Greek Champion. He is a key member of the Greek team as both a player and coach. On the international.
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Nc6 and a delayed Bf5. Jan 20, 1.
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The good news is that if you open up kann position according to modern theory, or at least play accurately, you will be objectively better, and White’s flank attack will be turned into a weakness. For black, it is not easy to steer the position into quiet waters, but here are some ideas:.
There is no boring response to this variationwhich is probably why Shirov likes it. Jan 20, 4.
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Most White players will try trapping the queen, which is generally speaking impossible and gives Black quite some time to come up with pressure against the center.
For black, it is not easy to steer the position into quiet waters, but here are some ideas: Alternatively, there are kajn selections of far less expensive books, say from someplace like Chess Direct, to cater for your general improvement and in particular of any opening you feel troubled with.
I found this as well http: I could go for the main line with Jan 20, 5. Or I could choose to stop 5.
Nc3 the black pawn is still on c Ray 2 6. If this is not to your taste, follow up with c5 and Nc6, maybe even h5, and suddenly White must have some fear that his beloved d4 pawn may lose its balance. Challenging the Grunfeld by Edward Dearing. Jan 20, 3. Nge2 Qh4 Yes, this is indeed a possible move which can throw White off guard – it obviously attacks that naughty pawn on g4, prevents a further h4 and puts some immediate pressure on f2.
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Playing the Trompowsky by Richard Pert. Chess Paperback Books in Russian. Yeah and you achieve that drawish, slow, boring and strategic oppening: The Qh4 looks trapped after 8.
I guess learning the caro-kann may help you beat it so http: This question is a perfect example of aknn limitation of only following the “strategic, drawish etc.