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Re: Classical Berlin/Beverwijk Variation
Reply #6 - 12/20/16 at 11:52:36
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There is quite a extensive analysis by GM Ivan Sokolov in
''The Ruy Lopez Revisited, Offbeat Weapons & Unexplored Resources'' published by NewinChess in 2009 !  Wink
  
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Re: Classical Berlin/Beverwijk Variation
Reply #5 - 11/28/16 at 04:09:55
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brabo wrote on 09/16/16 at 06:59:16:
I published some analysis of that opening on my blog:


You make an interesting point about in-game analysis and how the pressure of the game can change your perspective. I think the psychological element of playing live is one of the most interesting parts of chess to me. The mental aspect is one that separates good players from excellent ones IMO.
  
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Re: Classical Berlin/Beverwijk Variation
Reply #4 - 10/24/16 at 07:14:52
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5.Nxe5 is critical, and likely best.
  
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Re: Classical Berlin/Beverwijk Variation
Reply #3 - 09/16/16 at 06:59:16
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I published some analysis of that opening on my blog: http://chess-brabo.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-feel-of-wood.html
  
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Re: Classical Berlin/Beverwijk Variation
Reply #2 - 09/15/16 at 21:05:40
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BobbyDigital80 wrote on 09/15/16 at 20:34:12:
Is there any recent coverage of this?
                   



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Re: Classical Berlin/Beverwijk Variation
Reply #1 - 09/15/16 at 21:01:24
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I'm not sure how good "good" is, but as far as I know it has generally been considered a "+= with best play"-type line.
  
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Classical Berlin/Beverwijk Variation
09/15/16 at 20:34:12
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Is this line considered good for black?

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 Nf6 4.0-0 Bc5

I'd love to play this line if it's good. You just get your pieces out and play! Is there any recent coverage of this?
  
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