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Re: The Old Indian: Move by Move
Reply #3 - 11/17/15 at 09:43:09
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Thanks for sharing Kylemeister. Very useful  Smiley
  
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Re: The Old Indian: Move by Move
Reply #2 - 11/17/15 at 00:22:42
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I see that Tay's main line after 8. Be3 is 8...Ng4 9. Bd2 Qe8.  He considers various things but apparently acknowledges that White can get a slight advantage by playing as in Gelfand-Morozevich, Monte Carlo (rapid) 2003. 
  
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Re: The Old Indian: Move by Move
Reply #1 - 11/16/15 at 22:30:34
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MM0621 wrote on 11/03/15 at 13:10:24:
Did anyone get a chance to read this book? I haven't seen any review yet in internet.


I have also searched a little. And this is what I found:

http://www.britishchessmagazine.co.uk/book-reviews-by-fm-julian-way/

But maybe this could interest you; I ordered and waitng for another book on the Old Indian. Look here:

http://www.epubli.de/shop/buch/45636/excerpt

Very keen on finding out what the book says about the variation:

1.d4-Nf6 2.c4-d6 3.Nc3-c6 4.e4-e5 5.Nf3-Nbd7 6.Be2-Be7
7.0-0-0-0 8.Be3

and learn the possible new ideas here. If there is any..

Khalifman adopted this variation for white in his Kramnik repertoaire ( 2006) and it still seems very to the point indeed.

GG





  
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The Old Indian: Move by Move
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Did anyone get a chance to read this book? I haven't seen any review yet in internet.
  
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