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Dutch (A92)
1 d4 f5 2 c4 Nf6 3 g3 e6 4 Bg2 Be7 5 Nf3 O-O

Number of games in database: 223
Years covered: 1926 to 2017
Overall record:
   White wins 39.9%
   Black wins 30.0%
   Draws 30.0%

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PRACTITIONERS
With the White Pieces With the Black Pieces
Samuel Reshevsky  4 games
Miroslav Grabarczyk  3 games
Efim Geller  3 games
Kevin Spraggett  9 games
Nigel Short  7 games
Alexander Alekhine  6 games
NOTABLE GAMES [what is this?]
White Wins Black Wins
Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1936
Geller vs Szabo, 1952
Kasparov vs Short, 1987
J Parker vs N Pert, 1999
Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, 1934
Saemisch vs Alekhine, 1936
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 page 1 of 9; games 1-25 of 223  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Carlos Torre vs A Freyria 1-0201926MEX-chA92 Dutch
2. S Takacs vs Tartakower  0-1441930Hamburg ol (Men)A92 Dutch
3. A Budo vs Ragozin  1-0471932Leningrad ChampionshipA92 Dutch
4. Bogoljubov vs Alekhine 0-1621934Alekhine - Bogoljubov World Championship RematchA92 Dutch
5. Saemisch vs Alekhine 0-1561936DresdenA92 Dutch
6. Flohr vs Alekhine  ½-½351936PodebradyA92 Dutch
7. Pelikan vs K Skalicka  1-0441936PodebradyA92 Dutch
8. Capablanca vs Alekhine 1-0381936NottinghamA92 Dutch
9. Fine vs Alekhine  ½-½241936AmsterdamA92 Dutch
10. R Daniel vs J Fricker  ½-½341938Nice-AA92 Dutch
11. Reshevsky vs W Suesman 1-0261938USAA92 Dutch
12. P Rosenzweig vs W Murdock  1-0261938ACF CongressA92 Dutch
13. M Bain vs M L Hanauer  0-1521939Ventnor CityA92 Dutch
14. Tartakower vs Opocensky  ½-½5319398th OlympiadsA92 Dutch
15. Trompowsky vs Tartakower  ½-½551939Buenos Aires ol (Men) f-AA92 Dutch
16. P Frydman vs Guimard  ½-½601939Buenos AiresA92 Dutch
17. Lokvenc vs Kieninger  ½-½301941GER-chA92 Dutch
18. Kotov vs Lisitsin  1-0411942Moscow-chA92 Dutch
19. Foltys vs Alekhine  ½-½301943PragueA92 Dutch
20. Reshevsky vs S Rubinow  1-0481946USA-chA92 Dutch
21. B Simonovic vs B Kostic  0-1291946YUG-chA92 Dutch
22. A Bozic vs B Kostic  ½-½501947YUG-chA92 Dutch
23. A Selezniev vs O Sarapu  0-1571948Oldenburg, GermanyA92 Dutch
24. W Ernst vs Teschner  0-1741948Essen West German chA92 Dutch
25. Averbakh vs Panov  1-0791948USSR ChampionshipA92 Dutch
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Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-12-04  mack: Surprised no-one has discussed the Dutch yet. It's certainly a solid option against 1.d4 if you get the move order right (if you don't it can be disasterous). I often panic in the face of 2.g4... any ideas?
Aug-12-04  Dudley: I like the Dutch but I'm not sure it's too solid. If you don't mind playing the French and want to play the Stonewall you can get into it by 1.d4 e6. I don't have a clue about 2.g4 but why not just take the pawn, don't try to hold it and develop quickly,perhaps castling Q side. After all, white can't castle K side either after a move like that unless he is crazy! The Dutch is distinctly unfashionable and has a poor winning % which puts most people off. However, it can be very dangerous if white doesn't know it very well.
Aug-13-04  TheGreatNN: Black often castles kingside after ..g5 in the KGA. I don't see why white can't caslte kingside after g4. Anyway I don't see where you develop if white plays 3.e5 or why you would give up the pawn. I would play 3. ..d5 to attack the KP and defend the pawn gained (the same move is fine if 3.Bg2, I think), and to me it looks like black just stays a pawn ahead.
Aug-13-04  TheGreatNN: Check out Trevor Coote vs David Ledger, 2002, where black plays the defense I mentioned above but does give up the pawn in order to open white's kingside, and also K Litkiewicz vs Thomas Paehtz, 1974, where black plays (probably better) ..d6 in order to develop the KKt.
Jan-02-07  AbhinavAsthana: g4 does not seem to be a good move from my perspective. After 1.d4 e6 2.c4 f5 3. g4!?,
3...Nf6 looks good to me.
Jan-02-07  Karel: This line is suggested by Neil McDonald in "Starting out: Dutch Defence" in order to disrupt white's g4 party tricks

1.d4 f5 2.g4 fxg4 3.h3 g3 4.fxg3 d5 5.Nf3 Nf6 6.Bg2 e6 followed by ...Bd6 ect Black has a solid centre

"h3 aims to open up lines on the kingside and gain a lead in development after 3.-gxh3 4. Nxh3?! when an attack will follow on h7 with Qd3 and Ng5, ect. But black can cross white's plan with the neat trick 3.-g3! returning the pawn in order to keep the kingside blocked and prevent white gaining a lead in development."

Jan-02-07  sleepkid: I'm always surprised by the fact that the Dutch have never won the World Cup. Especially during the 70's: Cruijff, Neeskens, Johnny Rep, Resenbrink, et al.
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