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Advantages for registered users: Fast and easy check out; Easy access to your order history and a backup service for your download products: Purchased download products can be downloaded at any time with dedicated backups on the ChessBase server! It was back in the s that the Russian master Benjamin Blumenfeld invented his famous gambit 1. Nf3 c5 4. Black plays for the initiative and the win from the word go.
Who will be the first to dominate this important area of the board? A fierce, immediate fight breaks out, and if either player does not know what to do, a crushing defeat could be the result.
This opening is ideal for club and tournament players. Depending on their intended use, analysis cookies and marketing cookies may be used in addition to technically required cookies.
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To Cart. Only current category. Training Opening Fritztrainer. Add to Cart. Sample video. The Blumenfeld Gambit: 1. Nc3 Nbd7 8. Ng5 Ndxe5 Nf3 a6 4. Nc3 c5 5. Bg5 b4 7. Ne4 d6 8. Nbxd2 bxc4 8. Bxf6 gxf6 Bg5 exd5 6. Bxf6 Qxf6 8. Qc2 d6 9. Bg5 b4 6. Nbd2 Be7 7. Bxf6 Bxf6 8. Nbd2 Be7 8. Bf4 Bd6 8. Bxd6 Qxd6 9. Nc3 Be7 8. Bg5 d5 9. Be2 Bg2 9. Bg5 exd5 and 5. Qd2 d6 9. Bh4 g5 8. Bg3 Bb7 9. Nc3 b4 Bh4 d6 8.
Qd2 Qxd2 7. Nbxd2 Na6 8. Nbd2 bxc4 7. Bxf6 gxf6 8. Nc3 Ne4 7. Bd2 Nxd2 8. Qxd2 b4 9. Bg5 h6 7. Bh4 exd5 8. Bf4 exd5 6. Ne4 Be7 8. Similar Products same author. Ben-Oni Powerbook The Ben-Oni Powerbook consists for the greater part of engine games 44 , to which has been added high-value material from Mega and the Correspondence Database 23 The Dutch Stonewall - A fighting repertoire against 1.
At the end you will be rewarded with a new repertoire against 1. Trent found a number of extremely dangerous Theoretical Novelties which will truly put the Albin Counter-Gambit back on the map. In many lines Black combines the ideas of the classical Pirc in which the fianchettoed bishop is important with the Caro-Kann idea to fight for the center with c6-d5.
Rocket Repertoire: The Four Knights Like a fine wine, the Four Knights only improves with age, establishing itself as an extremely effective way of meeting On the outside this opening seems deceptively quiet, yet apparently natural moves can often lead to some devastating attacks. Reti - A Repertoire for White Starting with 1. Nf3 the Reti is designed for those players who like strategy, manoeuvres and plans. Bologan presents a repertoire based on 1. Nf3 giving you options for all major replies.
Evans Gambit for the new generation The Evans Gambit is an attempt to destroy Black in gambit fashion straight out of the opening. Featuring games of old, and numerous new and exciting ideas, this DVD will give you a genuine and more exciting way of playing the Giuoco Piano.
Pattern Recognition and Typical Plans On this DVD GM Adrian Mikhalchishin presents games of the World Champions of the past to explain typical patterns and strategic concepts of these games and to show how grandmasters apply these ideas today.
A sharp Slav Vol. Without a White Knight on c3 the positon becomes radically different to the earlier line, but the idea of disruption is still the key to understanding Black's play. In this precise position Black plans Meeting the Gambits Vol. Keep calm, learn the antidotes and face the aggression with renewed confidence.
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I really enjoy playing it, but i very rarely actually reached it. This is a good opening to play against junior players because they only study main line opening theory like the Benko Gambit. At that time Jordy was the youngest player to make master. See game below. I suspected Jordy had never seen this opening. He has to contest the e5 square or push e4. Bf4 or 7.
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