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The Exchange Variation of the Slav

151 Seiten, kartoniert, Chess Enterprises, 1. Auflage 1994.

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The Exchange Variation of the Slav Defense arises after the moves 1 d4 d5 2 c4 c6 3 cxd5 cxd5. It is a very solid answer by White to the increasingly popular Slav Defense. It creates a symmetrical position, keeping Black's counterplay to a minimum, often leaving Black playing for the draw.

The variation may not be the best choice for players who prefer a very tactical game, although some attacking players have had solid success with the line.

This volume is a companion to the author's previous book "Gambit In The Slav", and will be followed by their repertoire volume on the Slav, to complete the trilogy. Both authors are well known for their dependable analysis and insight into the openings. This book is no exception, and will be a most valuable tool for the student.

The Exchange Variation (created after the moves 1 .d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.cxd5 cxd5) is without a doubt one of White's best weapons versus the popular Slav Defense. By creating a symmetrical position with an extra tempo, White keeps Black's counterplay to a minimum while developing positional pressure with little, if any, chance of defeat.

Why then would Black willingly enter a system that gives him so few chances of victory? The answer depends on the type of tournament that he is playing in and what he expects to accomplish with the Black pieces. A game between non-masters will undoubtedly see that Black's winning chances are no worse than in any other opening. At a higher level though, a master may want to avoid this line in Swiss System tournaments against weaker competition due to the effort he will have to expend if he hopes to aquire a victory. International round robin events are a completely different matter. Here Black is usually quite happy to draw; he feels his position is sound enough and that eventual equality can be obtained after White's slight but annoying pressure is nullified.

A great favorite of technical Grandmasters like Yasser Seirawan and Ulf Andersson, the Exchange Variation against the Slav may not be suitable for players with more aggressive tastes, or for players with poor technique. On the other hand, attacking players such as Beliavsky and Shirov have won many nice games with Black and are constantly striving to create new ideas to unbalance me game.

Introduction

The Exchange Variation of the Slav Defense arises after the moves 1 d4 d5 2 c4 c6 3 cxd5 cxd5. It is a very solid answer by White to the increasingly popular Slav Defense. It creates a symmetrical position, keeping Black's counterplay to a minimum, often leaving Black playing for the draw.

The variation may not be the best choice for players who prefer a very tactical game, although some attacking players have had solid success with the line.

This volume is a companion to the author's previous book "Gambit In The Slav", and will be followed by their repertoire volume on the Slav, to complete the trilogy. Both authors are well known for their dependable analysis and insight into the openings. This book is no exception, and will be a most valuable tool for the student.

The Exchange Variation (created after the moves 1 .d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.cxd5 cxd5) is without a doubt one of White's best weapons versus the popular Slav Defense. By creating a symmetrical position with an extra tempo, White keeps Black's counterplay to a minimum while developing positional pressure with little, if any, chance of defeat.

Why then would Black willingly enter a system that gives him so few chances of victory? The answer depends on the type of tournament that he is playing in and what he expects to accomplish with the Black pieces. A game between non-masters will undoubtedly see that Black's winning chances are no worse than in any other opening. At a higher level though, a master may want to avoid this line in Swiss System tournaments against weaker competition due to the effort he will have to expend if he hopes to aquire a victory. International round robin events are a completely different matter. Here Black is usually quite happy to draw; he feels his position is sound enough and that eventual equality can be obtained after White's slight but annoying pressure is nullified.

A great favorite of technical Grandmasters like Yasser Seirawan and Ulf Andersson, the Exchange Variation against the Slav may not be suitable for players with more aggressive tastes, or for players with poor technique. On the other hand, attacking players such as Beliavsky and Shirov have won many nice games with Black and are constantly striving to create new ideas to unbalance me game.

Introduction

Details
Sprache Englisch
Autor Donaldson, John
Silman, Jeremy
Verlag Chess Enterprises
Auflage 1.
Medium Buch
Gewicht 220 g
Breite 13,5 cm
Höhe 21,5 cm
Seiten 151
ISBN-10 0945470452
Erscheinungsjahr 1994
Einband kartoniert
Inhalte

i Introduction

i Legend

001 Part One: White Refrains From Placing His Knights on f3

019 Part Two: White Places His Knight on f3

147 Index of Variations

151 Bibliography

The Exchange Variation of the Slav

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