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English, Bremen System with ...g6 (A24)
1 c4 e5 2 Nc3 Nf6 3 g3 g6

Number of games in database: 74
Years covered: 1895 to 2019
Overall record:
   White wins 50.0%
   Black wins 28.4%
   Draws 21.6%

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PRACTITIONERS
With the White Pieces With the Black Pieces
Vitaly Chekhover  3 games
 
 
Vladimir Akopian  3 games
 
 
NOTABLE GAMES [what is this?]
White Wins Black Wins
Alekhine vs Saemisch, 1921
Averbakh vs M Trajkovic, 1956
Taimanov vs I Livshin, 1954
 
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 page 1 of 3; games 1-25 of 74  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Maroczy vs Charousek ½-½421895Budapest MatchA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
2. Alekhine vs Saemisch 1-0361921BerlinA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
3. J Goud vs J F W Mannee  1-0461927NRSV-UtrechtA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
4. G Goldberg vs Chekhover  1-0321947URS-ch sfA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
5. Chekhover vs V Zagorovsky  1-0501947URS-ch sfA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
6. L Shamaev vs Novotelnov  0-1401947URS-ch sfA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
7. Chekhover vs Podolny  1-0571949URS-ch sfA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
8. N Kopilov vs Furman 1-0421949USSR ChampionshipA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
9. Chekhover vs Koblents 1-0301952URS ch sfA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
10. G Danielsson vs Pirc  ½-½341952Helsinki ol (Men) prel-BA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
11. T Florian vs Szabo  ½-½401952HUN-ch 08thA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
12. Y Barda vs Ivkov  0-1401953Wch U20 qual-AA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
13. Polugaevsky vs N Sorokin  1-03619533rd Soviet Team-ch finalA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
14. Taimanov vs I Livshin 1-0891954URS-ch21A24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
15. F Koberl vs A Ozsvath  1-0351954HUN-ch 10thA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
16. Pachman vs Mihailo Trajkovic  1-0411956Dresden itA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
17. Averbakh vs Mihailo Trajkovic 1-0601956Dresden itA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
18. O'Kelly vs P Clarke  1-0361956Hastings 1956/57A24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
19. H Rossetto vs R A Redolfi  1-0391959Mar del PlataA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
20. D Djantar vs M Bertok  ½-½341959YUG-chA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
21. Sliwa vs J B Bednarski  1-0371960POL-chA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
22. V Sadovsky vs Karpov 0-150196701, VladimirA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
23. Taimanov vs K Honfi  1-0481973BucharestA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
24. J Hukel vs J Aijala  0-1521974EU-ch GT53 corrA24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
25. G Forintos vs Jamaluddin  1-0361974Olympiad Qualifying Group 4A24 English, Bremen System with ...g6
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Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-17-04  Kaspy2: this system was invented by Carl Carls from Bremen. He was born in Varel close to Bremen, Germany. It is also discussed in Euwe's opening encyclopedia. Besides A24, A26, A16 or A22 (Euwe) are named Bremen System or "Bremer Partie"
Feb-19-09  FiveofSwords: its a little difficult to understand what black is trying to accomplish here. But I always am annoyed with having no clearly good square for my dark square bishop in the english with e5. You know you want to castle kingside, but where the bishop should go is a mystery. Im sure everything has been tried. I think my favorite idea is just to play it to b5 and trade it off
Feb-20-09  chessman95: <FiveofSwords> Black's strategy here is to cover the e-pawn with the bishop instead of the knight to make the c6 square open for black's c-pawn, so that he can push the pawn to d5, which is covered by the white pawn on c4.
Dec-10-11
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English, Bremen System with ...g6
1.c4 e5 2.♘c3 ♘f6 3.g3 g6


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1. c4 e5 2. ♘c3 ♘f6 3. g3 g6


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