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   CGreene has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-09-05 Sicilian, Fischer-Sozin Attack (B86) (replies)
CGreene: <FearesomePawn> I was thinking of rehabilitating my own Open Sicilian repertoire and last weekend bought the two current books out on the English Attack (white plays f3, Be3, Qd2/g4). However, I remembered Schiller had recommended the Halasz Gambit in his book "A Gambit ...
   Jul-25-05 Emil Joseph Diemer (replies)
CGreene: <DanRoss53>Thanks, Dan -- good miniature, although that move order (which is the original Blackmar Gambit) is highly suspect. Much better for black is 3...e5 4. d5 (or 4. de Qd1 5. Kd1 ef 6. Nf3 Bg4) Bc5 and in both cases black is immediately at least equal. Diemer is credited
   Jul-18-05 Dutch (A80) (replies)
CGreene: <refutor> Unfortunately, 2...e6 wouldn't help Poisonpawns who likes the Leningrad, which is why I suggested 1....d6. There are plenty of Leningrad lines, of course, that feature ...e6, but also some variations (like in the 7/8...Qe8 lines) where black needs to be able to play ...
   Jul-15-05 Budapest Gambit (A51) (replies)
CGreene: <PoisonPawns>Instead...try something like 10...f6 11. exf6 gxf6 (yes, black has isolated f- and h-pawns...the f-pawn is not on an open file and the h-pawn is easily defended on a dark square...but I understand your point...that those compensate in some measure for the doubled ...
   Jul-12-05 Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack (B77) (replies)
CGreene: If you like the black side of this, I highly recommend examining Larsen's variation of the Philidor (1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 ed 4. Nd4 g6) which can lead to similar positions, just as sharp (many times, sharper) and with a lot less theory. You can pretty much be sure that the only ...
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