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Re: C50-C54: Giuoco Piano against low rated players
Reply #13 - 06/10/14 at 14:18:37
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Bump. This was the thread that tipau was referring to in the new thread on 9.Qe2.
  
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Re: C50-C54: Giuoco Piano against low rated players
Reply #12 - 04/03/14 at 17:32:49
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Something tells me that you haven't read My System in the intervening months.
  
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Re: C50-C54: Giuoco Piano against low rated players
Reply #11 - 04/03/14 at 17:08:59
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Play for f5 or d5 - those are your pawn breaks, so pick one and organize your play around that.
  

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Re: C50-C54: Giuoco Piano against low rated players
Reply #10 - 04/03/14 at 13:41:44
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I'm afraid you are a tad too obsessed with openings. It does not matter at all if a position is equal, when the players are not equal.
  
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Re: C50-C54: Giuoco Piano against low rated players
Reply #9 - 04/03/14 at 10:56:33
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Maybe try a database search and look at some games with strong players as Black, perhaps against weaker opposition?

Or alternatively look at one of the books and/or DVDs about the open games, which recommend the Giuoco Piano for Black.
  

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Re: Guico piano against low rated players
Reply #8 - 04/02/14 at 17:25:01
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I came up with this line with the help of computer but the line looks too artificial..

  
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Re: Guico piano against low rated players
Reply #7 - 04/02/14 at 17:21:11
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Can some one please suggest some good set ups for black which could give some advantages or some model games...  Cry
  
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Re: Guico piano against low rated players
Reply #6 - 08/17/13 at 20:30:29
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Bibs wrote on 08/16/13 at 13:02:39:
ErictheRed wrote on 08/15/13 at 23:02:09:
Read My System.


Good advice. Plus books by Fred Reinfeld and Irving Chernev.

which book of Reinfeld and Chernev are you talking about ??
  
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Re: Guico piano against low rated players
Reply #5 - 08/16/13 at 13:02:39
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ErictheRed wrote on 08/15/13 at 23:02:09:
Read My System.


Good advice. Plus books by Fred Reinfeld and Irving Chernev.
  
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Re: Guico piano against low rated players
Reply #4 - 08/15/13 at 23:02:09
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Read My System.
  
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Re: Guico piano against low rated players
Reply #3 - 08/15/13 at 21:06:48
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Some ideas:

1. I would hestitate to play d7-d6 because you can play d7-d5 at the right moment. The right moment comes when White loses  time in the opening (like h2-h3).

2. h7-h6 ist not really necessary because you can shake off the pin after g5 with h6 and g5 but you should study the situations when White can play Nxg5 and later something like Qf3 or f2-f4.

3. When you send the queens knight to g6 consider Ng6-f4 (esp. after an exchange of the dark squared bishops). A Nf4, light squared bishop and a queen gives you attacking chances (study master games - that is always the best advice - look for games where Black wins)

4. In Game 2 7...d7-d6 is an interesting option because after Bxc5 dxc5 Black has a nice play.
  
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Re: Guico piano against low rated players
Reply #2 - 08/15/13 at 20:15:04
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proustiskeen wrote on 08/15/13 at 19:14:05:
Why don't you tell us what you think, and then maybe we'll comment?  Bring something to the table, in other words.


I just want to know how to play with black if you want to win and white is playing for a draw

Here is one such game
  
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Re: Guico piano against low rated players
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Why don't you tell us what you think, and then maybe we'll comment?  Bring something to the table, in other words.
  
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C50-C54: Giuoco Piano against low rated players
08/15/13 at 18:47:47
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Hello friends

         I want to know is there any way to get an advantage for black or the best way to play against d3-Nc3-Be3 of white.Lower rated players mostly plays that against me

The recent game I have seen is
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