By Angus Dunnington
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Tired of taking part in the standard openings? apprehensive approximately having to profit an excessive amount of idea? Then this publication is what you're trying to find! overseas grasp Angus Dunnington provides you with a brand new attacking starting repertoire in accordance with the movement 1 d4. instead of getting slowed down with conception, Dunnington concentrates on developing easy-to-learn structures opposed to all of Black's attainable defenses. He chooses traces that are enjoyable to play, effortless to profit and may pose your unsuspecting opponent many difficulties. (6 x nine, one hundred sixty pages, b&w diagrams)
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D6 forces a retreat. Widl After 1 2 . l2l xb5 Ei:b8 Black wins back the b2-pawn with a fine position . Wc2 �b7 1 3 . t2l f5 (Or 1 3 . f4 a b 9 ... �b3 l2l xb3 l l . axb3 f6! 1 2 . l2l xc6 dxc6 1 3 . Ei:d2 Ei:ad8! gave Black a comfortable position i n Kovacs Kluger, Budapest 1 966. IO ... Wfxa4 Palermo - Bol bochan, Buenos Aires 1 96 5 . Now Black's play can b e improved b y means of: a b c d e f g h 1 3 . . f6! Not for the first time this undermining move works perfectly. tt:lxe7t tt:l xe7! exf6 8:xf6+) 14 .
Allows Black to trap the light squared bishop: 1 2 . . Hxe4 dxe4! ib3 ( 1 5 . H) 1 5 . . c4+ 12 ... cxd4 The other captu re is worse. Sidelines 36 1 3 . exd 5 ? I t turns out that Black can ignore the attack on the knight. 1 3 . . dxc3! :1l:xe5 Or 1 4. -+ and Black will win an exchange. - Alekhine, Scheveningen 1 9 1 3, and here Black missed a powerful idea: 1 4 . . l"i:fl Wb6! �e3 tt:l c4! �f2 �xf2t 1 8 . ) 1 8 . . Wxb2! �b3 dxe4+ with a big material advantage. h g b 1 4 . 'tl�b6t ! 1 4 .
1 3 . . d5 13 . . N also looks promisi ng. �g3 Ei:b8! �g4 g6 a 39 c d e f g h White almost always makes this exchange. LLlxe7t �xe7 1 2 . �xc6 dxc6 transposes to the main line below. ) 1 2 . . �xe5 b 1 5 . . f5 ! exr6 c e Sidelines 40 Otherwise the h6-knight is i n trouble. 16 . . d6! e3 lt:l e6 20 . lt:l e2 c5 With a sligh t edge for Black. a b c d e f g line: 1 4. f5 ! e3 deserved attentio n . ] 1 6. . h6?! ] 17 ... + and Black was better i n Godena - Ivanchuk, Reggio Emilia 20 1 1 . ) 1 4 .
Attacking with 1d4 (Everyman Chess) by Angus Dunnington