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Rubinstein with ...dxe4, including Fort Knox [C10], and also Burn [C11]
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C11: Classical French, ...gxf6
Today I played as black 3.nc3 dxe4 4.nxe4 nf6 5.bg5 be7 6.bxf6 gxf6 7.nf3 a6 8.bd3 f5 9.ng3 c5 10.dxc5 qa5+ 11.c3 qxc4
Now my opponent played the (to me at least) unknown 12.0-0, w...
Started 02/23/08 at 20:34:33 by Chess_Addict
02/24/08 at 20:56:59
C03,C10: Wishing to learn the Burn gxf6 variation
I really want to learn the Burn ...gxf6 varition. It's so dynamic! Unfortunately this comes at a price in that if Black doesn't play with accuracy it can easily backfire So can anyone recommend me...
Started 01/07/08 at 03:28:27 by SniperOnG7
01/19/08 at 01:18:57
C03,C10: Whats best against rubinstein variation ?
What do you think is best against the rubinstein variation (3...exd4 4.Nxe4 Nd7) ?
Any opinions ?
Started 09/19/07 at 12:43:15 by Strategy_Rules
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10/04/07 at 17:20:33
C03,C10: 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 dxe4 4.Nxe4 Qd5!?
Your discussions on this sideline would be much appreciated ...
Started 05/27/06 at 20:23:02 by 8arms
11/07/06 at 10:46:54
C13: Burn 6... gxf6
What are the critical lines? 8. c4 appears most critical to me, but i'm not sure why its not the most popular (White players all seem to use different systems!). I notice the Burn has been played less...
Started 03/21/06 at 04:11:08 by lnn2
07/30/06 at 17:37:08
By: M. Pytel
C03,C10-C11: Gambit in the rubinstein variation
In the line :
1) e4 e6
2) d4 d5
3) Cc3 d*e4
4) C*e4 Cd7
5) Cf3 Cgf6
6) C*f6 C*f6
7) Fd3 b6
8) De2 Fb7
Started 06/13/06 at 18:05:08 by narzould
06/17/06 at 10:55:36
C03,C10-C11: French Rubinstein vs Other Variations
I have recently decided I may want to switch to the french as my main defense. I see that the two main white continuations after:
1. e4 e6
2. d4 d5
are either the Main line 3. Nc3 or t...
Started 05/19/06 at 19:21:17 by Dinomike100
05/23/06 at 12:34:08
C03,C10-C11: Book on the Rubinstein French?
It seems to me that the Rubinstein French [1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3/Nd2 dxe4] serves black well. It is even played at the highest level occasionally. Are there any books dealing with the Rubinstein? I gu...
Started 02/24/06 at 09:11:02 by JN
03/20/06 at 08:30:13
C03,C10-C11: Any ideas on 4..Qd5/Katalymov
The Katalymov french...1.e4 e6.d4 d5 3.Nc3 or Nd2..dxe4 4.Nxe4 Qd5!? is looked at in the SOS section of the 2005/4 issue of New In Chess..any AGGRESSIVE ideas,it would be nice to have a surprise wait...
Started 10/22/05 at 18:28:07 by rajkipling2
10/25/05 at 09:41:52
C03,C10-C11: Rubistein Variation
I would like to ask you how to fight against the Rubistein Variation, 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 dxe4 4.Nxe4 Nd7. Are there an interesting line for White?
Started 02/24/03 at 10:20:57 by Scorpio (Guest)
08/15/05 at 21:37:30
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