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Anglo Benoni - Four Knights System

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72 Seiten, kartoniert, Chess Enterprises, 1. Auflage 1986

7,65 €
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Canadian Master Paul Janicki explores a popular variation of the English Opening in this first volume of a two-part series (the second volume treats the Four Knights system). The analysis is extremely thorough and illustrated with current tournament practice examples.

'Anglo-Benoni: Four Knights' System" is a companion volume to the Two Knights' system, which was presented in Volume I. Classified as A33 in the Encyclopedia of Chess Openings, it is characterized by the opening moves 1 c4 c5 2 Nf3 Nf6 3 Nc3 Nc6 4 d4 cxd4 5 Nxd4, thus dealing with variations which include Nc3 and Nc6. This book examines over 400 games completing the study of the Anglo-Benoni system.

A thoroughly modern system of opening play, it is rich in very dynamic and intricate strategic concepts. The main variations begin with 6 g3 or 6 Ndb5, introducing vastly different opening strategy. 6 g3, favored by Portisch, is the quiet variant which accentuates quick and harmonious development, forcing Black to quickly seek active play. 6 Ndb5, on the other hand, is the more tactical line where White concentrates on exploiting the weaknesses along the h2-b8 diagonal, often at the price of development. The latter variation has been severely tested by Korchnoi arid Andersson.

The Four Knights' system made its first appearance in tournament play in the game Nimzowitsch - Tarrasch at the Karlovy Vary tournament of 1923. Sporadically employed ever since, it gained universal acceptance only in the late 1970's. Its main exponents are Korchnoi, Portisch and Andersson, but we can also find it in the repertoire of many leading grandmasters, such as Kasparov, Karpov, Tal, Petrosian, Smyslov, Bronstein and Polugaevsky. Strangely enough, this opening system has been rather shunned by North America, with just Reshevsky and Spraggett accounting for the notable exceptions. Once again the Anglo-Benoni is recommended for the resourceful player, who would like to experiment in the new and relatively unexplored field of the opening theory. There is an abundance of novel and untested ideas, even in the earliest stages of the game, waiting to be discovered and tested in tournament play.

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Gewicht 120 g
Hersteller Chess Enterprises
Breite 13,5 cm
Höhe 21 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 1986
Autor Paul Janicki
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-10 0931462606
Seiten 72
Einband kartoniert

05 Chapter 1: 1 c4 c5 2 Nf3 Nf6 3 d4 cxd4 4 Nxd4 - Introduction (4...g6, 4...Nc6, 4...a6, 4...d5)

14 Chapter 2: 4...e5

22 Chapter 3: 4...b6

30 Chapter 4: 4...e6 5 g3

43 Chapter 5: 4...e6 5 g3 d5 - English-Catalan

55 Chapter 6: 4...e6 5 Nc3 (5...b6, 5...d5, 5...a6, and Introduction to 5...Bb4)

68 Chapter 7: 4...e6 5 Nc3 Bb4 6 g3

79 Chapter 8: Illustrative Games

79 Game 1: Portisch - Benko, Las Palmas 1972

79 Game 2: Palatnik - Kasparov, Kislovodsk 1982

80 Game 3: Van der Vliet - Alburt, Bergen 1982

81 Game 4: Spraggett - Spassky, Montpellier 1985

83 Game 5: Seirawan - Benjamin, South Bend 1981

85 Game 6: Karpov - Romanishin, Tilburg 1979

85 Game 7: Tarjan - Browne, South Bend 1981

87 Game 8: Olafsson - Karpov, Buenos Aires 1980

88 Game 9: Taimanov - Gipslis, USSR 1972

88 Game 10: Speelman - Mestel, Hastings 1979/90

89 Game 11: Dzindzihashvili - Alburt, New York 1980

90 Game 12: Knezevic - Kasparov, Banja Luka 1979

91 Game 13: Pelts - Hartman, Ottawa 1984

92 Game 14: Grigorian - Tukmakov, USSR 1979

92 Game 15: Zuravlev - Ponyakov, Correspondence 1982/83

93 Game 16: Szabo - Hartoch, Amsterdam 1972

94 Game 17: Karasev - Nezmetdinov, Daugavpils 1973

94 Game 18: Polugaevsky - Nikolic, Amsterdam 1984

95 Game 19: Zaitchik - Makaritchev, Krasnoyarsk 1981

96 Game 20: Ubilava - Polovodin, USSR 1983

98 Bibliography

99 Index of Variations