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Re: C30: KGD (split from Petrov thread)
Reply #4 - 11/28/14 at 01:51:39
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MNb wrote on 01/13/14 at 21:45:22:
This game illustrates the dangers pretty well:

Dubuc,S (2448) - Egan,M (2164) [C30]
KE64 Canadian Championship (CCCA) - 200 ICCF, 07.01.2008


1–0

The line is from Renet.


Yikes! Not my finest hour. If memory serves, I was drawing on the first edition of Marin's Beating the Open Games for inspiration and information. It made no mention of 10.Qd2. I still remember the horror of discovering the problems associated with 10.Qd2 on these forums, just as I'd played 9...Qd6. 11...Nd7 (TN) is not the right way to play.

Curiously, I'm revisiting this line, but from White's side.
  

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Re: C30: KGD (split from Petrov thread)
Reply #3 - 01/14/14 at 09:33:48
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Nightingale,D (2500) - Cerrato,R (2448)
WS/GMN/034 ICCF, 02.05.2012


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« Last Edit: 01/14/14 at 14:06:16 by Smyslov_Fan »  

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Re: C42-C43 The Petrov for the rest of your chess life
Reply #2 - 01/14/14 at 02:42:34
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I understand the reasons for splitting this thread, but there are enough comments that would belong in both hypothetical threads to leave this as a single thread for now.

Having said that, please discuss the King's Gambit lines in threads devoted to the King's Gambit.
  
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Re: C30: King's Gambit Declined (split from Petrov)
Reply #1 - 01/13/14 at 22:26:35
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MNb wrote on 01/13/14 at 21:45:22:
Yes, 2...d5 3.Nf3 exf4.


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MNb wrote on 01/13/14 at 21:45:22:
This game illustrates the dangers pretty well:

Dubuc,S (2448) - Egan,M (2164) [C30]
KE64 Canadian Championship (CCCA) - 200 ICCF, 07.01.2008


Thanks for the fast reply. Very convincing game Shocked ... I guess I need to get access to a good database in order to figure stuff like this out myself. If I may bother you, I'd be interested if there are any recent high level games featuring 11...fxe4 as recommended by Marin and Cohen. Basically the line that was discussed in the review.
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C30: KGD (split from Petrov thread)
01/13/14 at 21:45:22
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Pale Horse, Pale Rider wrote on 01/13/14 at 19:43:28:
I wonder if black has no impovements up to this point in the KGD.

Yes, 2...d5 3.Nf3 exf4.

Pale Horse, Pale Rider wrote on 01/13/14 at 19:43:28:
The computer seems to love 11...Nd7 here, with the possiblity of retaken with the d7 knight in case of 12. fxe5 and the idea 12. f5 Nb6. Black's kingside seems to become a little shaky in the later case but it doesn't look so scary. But maybe I'm too much computer influenced (sloughterized so to say) here and this just rubbish. Any thoughts?


This game illustrates the dangers pretty well:

Dubuc,S (2448) - Egan,M (2164) [C30]
KE64 Canadian Championship (CCCA) - 200 ICCF, 07.01.2008


1–0

The line is from Renet.
« Last Edit: 01/14/14 at 14:07:40 by Smyslov_Fan »  

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