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French, Tarrasch (C06)
1 e4 e6 2 d4 d5 3 Nd2 Nf6 4 e5 Nfd7 5 Bd3 c5 6 c3 Nc6
7 Ne2 cxd4 8 cxd4

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PRACTITIONERS
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Tomas Oral  22 games
Ratmir Kholmov  17 games
Milan Matulovic  15 games
Gerald Hertneck  22 games
Emanuel Berg  14 games
Sergey Volkov  10 games
NOTABLE GAMES [what is this?]
White Wins Black Wins
Oll vs Barsov, 1986
Adams vs M Gurevich, 2006
Tarrasch vs M Kuerschner, 1891
P Carlsson vs Timman, 2007
S J Hutchings vs Keene, 1975
M Sorokin vs Ulibin, 1986
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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-17-05  Assassinater: Is the main reason this move is played instead of 8. Ngf3 because of 8... Qb6, which might be a bit awkward if white has to parry with Nb3?
Nov-18-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  jahhaj: <Assassinater> 7.Ngf3 is perfectly playable for White. The knights are more awkwardly placed than after 7.Ne2 though.

7...cxd4 8.cxd4 Qb6 is possible but White should gambit the d pawn, 9.O-O Nxd4 10.Nxd4 Qxd4 11.Nf3 with plenty of compensation.

More promising for Black is 7...Be7 8.O-O g5, with interesting play.

Sep-22-06  Kwesi: I know thats the book generally frowns on 9.Nb3 after 8...Qb6, but I find it more fun to play, like in this (unsound) FICS game:

1. e4 e6
2. d4 d5
3. Nd2 Nf6
4. e5 Nfd7
5. Bd3 c5
6. c3 Nc6
7. Ne2 cxd4
8. cxd4 Qb6
9. Nb3 Bb4+
10. Kf1 O-O
11. h4 a5
12. Nf4 Nxd4
13. Nh5 Nxb3
14. axb3 g6
15. Qg4 Nxe5
16. Nf6+ Kg7
17. Qg5 Nxd3
18. Qh6+ Kxf6
19. Bg5+ Ke5
20. Qg7+ Ke4
21. f3+ Kf5
22. g4#

Has 9.Nb3 been refuted yet?

Sep-22-06  NateDawg: <Kwesi> 9. ♘b3 is probably not refuted, although it isn't the best choice according to Fritz 9 and Crafty 19.19. Play might continue 9...a5 10. a4 ♗b4+ 11. ♔f1 0-0, and Black is at least even.
Apr-16-07
Premium Chessgames Member
  gambitfan: Opening of the day OPOD Mo 16/04/2007
Dec-19-09  waddayaplay: games have not been classified as c06 on chessgames since November 2007. For example M Vachier-Lagrave vs E Berg, 2008 is c05.
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