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By Boris Avrukh

ISBN-10: 1906552339

ISBN-13: 9781906552336

Grandmaster Repertoire is a brand new sequence of top quality chess books in response to the most traces, written by means of robust grandmasters. the purpose is to supply the reader with a whole repertoire at a degree more than enough for elite tournaments, and positively additionally for the membership championship. Grandmaster Repertoire presents a repertoire to final a life-time. most sensible GM Boris Avrukh charts a path in the direction of a bonus with 1.d4. Avrukh is used to dealing with the simplest gamers on the earth. during this booklet he provides a far better model of the repertoire that increased him to the pinnacle 50, focussing on major strains with a kingside fianchetto. 1.d4 quantity covers the King's Indian, Dutch, Grunfeld, quite a few Benonis, Benko, Budapest Gambit and different minor openings.

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F4! e3± with a big advantage. l S b6 Black has no time for the thematic attack I S ... f4! •. 57 Chapter 4 - 4 . . l::k7 Despite being a pawn up, Black is almost paralysed. e4 Now the key game in this line continued: This is Dautov - Wahls, Germany 2005. White's positional advantage is obvious. �c4 followed by �c7. C3232) 17 ... e4 19.. xc3 Black's position is very passive after 1 9 . . ttJc4, and it is no wonder he now committed a serious mistake: 2 1 . b5? dxc6 In Bocharov ]. Grant, Istanbul 2003, Black was strategically lost.

Xe5 We reach a queen ending with 4 pawns versus 3. With perfect play it should be a draw, but in a practical game trying to hold such a position is a difficult and unpleasant task. In general, we should remember that winning a game by force while still in home preparation is impossible against a sound opening. We must be ready to fight over the board. �d3 followed by e2-e4. 1 8 ... bxc5 ttJxc5 1 9 ... dxc5? d6. l:%xc5 Despite massive exchanges White's pressure has only increased, because the c7-pawn is a serious weakness.

E4! cxd5 and White is clearly better. lDg5. d5N is also worth serious consideration. dS! This is the key move in White's concept. lDd4! The play of my good friend Vladislav Tkachiev in this game made a great impression on me. •. 'lWe7 instead he intends to undermine Black's pawn structure and especially the d 5-pawn by means ofb4-b5. g6 2 1 . 4JfS winning on the spot. Returning to the game, which was Poljakov - Subaric, Novi Sad 1 945, White now overlooked a strong possibility: 16... f8 Unfortunately for Black he cannot play 18 ..

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