Chess Explained: the Modern Benoni by Zenon Franco

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By Zenon Franco

Chess defined is a brand new sequence of books approximately chess openings. they aren't theoretical works within the conventional feel, yet extra a chain of classes from a chess specialist with wide over-the-board event with a gap. you are going to achieve an figuring out of the outlet and the middlegames to which it leads, permitting you in finding the ideal strikes and plans on your personal video games. it truly is as though you have been sitting on the board with a chess trainer answering your questions about the plans for either side, the tips at the back of specific strikes, and what particular wisdom you must have.* 25 contemporary and hugely instructive video games mentioned intimately* bankruptcy introductions and conclusions emphasize the foremost issues* complete indexes of video games and diversifications* huge verbal causes of plans and manoeuvresThe glossy Benoni is a perennial favorite between avid gamers seeking to create profitable probabilities with Black. it's one of many few openings the place White has no effortless solution to strength drawish simplifications or deny Black any dynamic counterplay. either gamers have to comprehend the imbalances within the place and pursue their plans with nice vigor. during this e-book Franco indicates how Black can search to create the type of mayhem that has attracted champions corresponding to Tal, Kasparov and Topalov to the Benoni, and in addition demonstrates how White can search both to place a positional clamp at the video game, in any other case to typhoon Black's place sooner than his improvement is entire. a unique part bargains with the important query of move-orders.

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4 ... Etael +(h) Vukovic, page 128 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 abcdefgh This final composition for the 'it'g6line is very similar to Capablanca-Molina (Game 42). In that position, White's epawn was on e3. Here, with the gS line, White is able to use the h6line is interesting because, with the queens facing off on the d-file, White gains the marvelous

Txe5 +-. • ~eS 6 ... {)h7 ~h5 S. tg3+-. <£lc7 +- 5 ••. ElhS Black does not have to permit the following mate in four (5 ... ~g8! <£lxb6+-). ~d6# (0 Vukovic, page 127 (g) Vukovic, pages 127-8 8 7 abc d e f g h 6 5 In this creation, White has two additional assets, the ~e1 and the darksquare bishop. Without direct control over e5, the ~g8 line involves a lengthier but straight-forward treatment when the black king reaches d6. l'd3+ simply permits the black king to escape to f6 and e7. 4 3 2 abc d e f g h Vukovic created this position to explore a critical ~g6 line, but the <;t>g8 line is far more challenging here because Black's queen is already defending the t7 -pawn.

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