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Re: Exchange since Kindermann
Reply #3 - 07/24/14 at 15:38:52
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From Kindermann's book you can also see that some preparation is needed from the White player to go down the g4 path. Not an easy position for White as you need to defend for a bit, but if you manage to do so, you may end up clearly better.
  

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Re: Exchange since Kindermann
Reply #2 - 07/23/14 at 08:43:55
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I can also add that Bh5 is also recommended in Dangerous Weapons : the Ruy Lopez, I accidently made a look in that book today.
  
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Re: Exchange since Kindermann
Reply #1 - 07/21/14 at 21:34:33
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good question. d3 seems like a very sensible option, percentage wise very few Black players will go for this anyway, unless I was very booked up on how to defend it, I might g d3.
  
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Exchange since Kindermann
07/21/14 at 19:01:14
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During this years Swedish Championship I bought Kindermanns book on Exchange Ruy Lopez from 2005.

I bought it for the introduktion and ideas chapter to increase my generally positonal understandning, not to actually play it with either side.

I am also considering to buy Cox book on Berlin Ruy Lopez for introduction chapter for the same reason.

I also became party interesting in this line theoretial status so I looked at Alterman Gambit Guides chapter on Hector gambit to compare the books. Interesting enough Kinderman thought that  5 0-0 Bg4 lines was blacks best line and after 6  h3 Kinderman mainly looked at and recommend h5, a line that Altermans thinks is slightly better for White. Instead Alterman wants to play 6 ..Bh5 a line Kindermann hardly looked at becouse of 7 g4 and in Altermans lines black seems to get very active play and I think I prefere to play black!

Does all Ruy Lopez exchange variation players enter the Hector gambit or do the play something else, like for example d3 instead of g4?





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