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Re: Interesting novelty on move 5 in the acc. Ragozin
Reply #3 - 06/07/17 at 22:31:17
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CarriedbyGg wrote on 06/07/17 at 22:28:01:
It's so hard to invent something new in the opening Cheesy


Indeed, sadly Cry
  
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Re: Interesting novelty on move 5 in the acc. Ragozin
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Wow! This did not occure to me, to check for games by transposition.

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Re: Interesting novelty on move 5 in the acc. Ragozin
Reply #1 - 06/07/17 at 22:22:03
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Hi!

This looked familiar, and I've just figured out why. It actually transposes to a line from the Marshall Gambit: 1 d4 d5 2 c4 e6 3 Nc3 c6 4 e4 Bb4 5 a3!? Bxc3 6 bxc3. On page 198 of his Triangle System book, Scherbakov deviates from your analysis with 11...Ne5!? [EDIT: I just noticed you did, in fact, include this move, but he extends the line] with the eventual verdict that Black is okay.

  
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Interesting novelty on move 5 in the acc. Ragozin
06/07/17 at 22:05:30
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So, maybe someone is interested in this little idea I came up with. Have fun! Smiley

  
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