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Opening Repertoire The Petroff
I see that Mr Lakdawala has a new booking coming out on the Petroff.....whilst I have no idea how he is able to produce so many books I did think his move by move Petroff book was very good.
Ther...

Started 05/30/19 at 18:58:22 by MW
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By: FizzySoda
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Modernized: The Petroff Defense
Greetings,
is the book Modernized: The Petroff Defense from Meropolitan Chess going to be published in the near future? According to the Publisher's website the release date was November 2015.

Started 04/29/16 at 15:24:16 by grandpatzer
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The Petroff: Move by Move
What to expect from Mr. Lakdawala?
Quote:
Contents
About the Author                               3
Series Foreword                               5
Bibliography                      ...

Started 07/23/15 at 13:54:25 by alyechin
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By: CanadianClub
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C42: Theoretical status of Cochrane Gambit?
What is the theoretical status of the Cochrane Gambit in the Petroff? 1: e4 e5 2: Nf3 Nf6 3: Nxe5 d6 4: Nxf7?
And what is the topical lines right now?

Started 04/17/13 at 09:52:14 by ViktorN
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By: chk
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C42: Cochrane Gambit
Hi!
I want to know if actually Cochrane Gambit is possible to play or theory think is dubious.
I see some games of GM Sulskis
Thanks

Started 09/26/07 at 05:15:50 by Fishy
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By: chk
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C42-C43: Sakaev's Petroff book
Is there somebody who has already read Sakaev's book on the Petroff (Chess Stars)?
How do you rate the chapter on the Vienna? I want to know if it is worthwile to buy the book because I'm searchi...

Started 10/04/11 at 13:13:09 by Sisyphus
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By: najdorfslayer
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C43 Petroff: Symmetrical Variation Modern Attack
Everyone tells me that this line: 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nf6 3.d4 Nxe4 4.Bd3 d5 5.Nxe5 Bd6 and they mention the Timman - Yusupov candidate match of 1992 as a turning point (http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ch...

Started 08/27/11 at 21:35:52 by F22
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C42: Boden-Kieseritzky Gambit
A well-known friend of mine wants to publish a book about the Boden-Kieseritzky Gambit, which he wants to re-christen, the Morphy Gambit. I was wondering why he would want to promote a line that has a...

Started 08/22/11 at 02:21:01 by tbronto
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By: MNb
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C42-C43: Petroff Refutation?
Ive recently changed from 1 ...c5 to 1...e5 and adopted the petroff defense with successful results so far.  Its apparent I never really got the grasp of the sicilian over the years.
However, man...

Started 07/02/11 at 09:16:38 by Zatarra
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By: BPaulsen
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C42 (and C24/C27): Interesting Opening
Over the years playing amateur chess I have been confronted from time to time with a line that I think is interesting for white.  I am not sure if the way I am handling it is correct as black.  Any fe...

Started 03/11/11 at 14:53:58 by walkingterrapin
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By: MNb
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C43: Does this Petroff line still hold up?
In the 3.d4 Petroff, after 3...Nxe4 4.Be3 d5 5.Nxe5 Nd7 6.Nxd7 Bxd7 7.0-0, the move 7...Qh4 is not considered on this site as far as I can find.  Aside from the main line 7...Bd6, only 7...Be7 is cons...

Started 06/30/11 at 02:29:32 by Mark Stephenson
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By: Vass
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What Petroff variation for a 1450 elo rating level
Hi ,
This is Thork . I want to ask you what is the best variation to face the Petroff . ¿ 1.e4 - e5 2 . Nf3 - Nf6 3 . Bc4 gambit ? ¿ Try to transpose to the 4 Knights Belgrade Gambit ? ¿ 1.e4 - ...

Started 06/15/11 at 22:52:35 by THORK
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By: ErictheRed
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C42: Interesting sideline in Petroff against 5.Nc3
I think this sideline is pretty interesting. Black has done quite well. Is there a known refutation?
1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nf6 3.Nxe5 d6 4.Nf3 Nxe4 5.Nc3 Nxc3 6.dxc3 Be7 7.Be3 (or 7.Bf4) Be6 8.Qd2 Nc6 9....

Started 11/15/10 at 08:16:49 by Lauri Torni
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C42-C43: Funny thing about Petroff
To increase my endgame skills I have started to read "Capablancas chess endings". I have now come to games 26, a Petroff game. The annotations of Qe2 seems very funny in my view, stating that Nxe5 d6 ...

Started 04/02/11 at 14:14:41 by bragesjo
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By: ANDREW BRETT
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C42-C43: New Petroff book by Sakaev!
After the announcement by Everyman Chess for its Petroff book now Chess Stars Publishing is announcing a Petroff book by Sakaev in December/January. What a treat! It looks like I will play the Petroff...

Started 10/27/10 at 09:29:01 by Zagorka
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C41: Romans anti-petroff
Does someone knows about it?
Roman's Lab 96

Roman Dzindzichashvili

Highly Instructive and Educational games to Dismantle The Petroff Defence
I think he will give the...

Started 06/01/10 at 18:41:39 by Bromstein
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By: Igor
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C42-C43: The Petroff: GM vs average player
Well sorry for the odd title but basicly I wanted to discuss something I read in GM Van Der Sterren's "Wereld van de schaakopening" (translation "World of the chessopening", an overview of most more o...

Started 03/02/09 at 12:51:16 by Schaakhamster
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C42-C43: Thoughts on the Petroff
Having been a sicilian player for most of my chess playing "career" (a mere 10 years or so) I'm giving serious thought to switching to 1...e5 or at least incorporating it into my reportoire.  One line...

Started 11/02/04 at 08:31:19 by rowrulz
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By: MNb
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New paths against the Petroff
Having toyed with the idea of playing 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nf6 3.Nxe5 d6 4.Nf3 Nxe4 5.Nc3 Nxc3 6.dxc3 - which seems to be the main way nowadays of escaping the heavily trod main lines, I just cant bring myse...

Started 06/03/09 at 10:42:36 by Keano
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By: Keano
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Petroff Defence book
Hello all,
I want to work the Petroff defence.
I am a good club player, I want to choose it as first choice against 1.e4.
It seems the book of Raetsky is good but not very instructive,...

Started 08/08/09 at 12:46:52 by Franck
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