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Re: Golubev's New Idea
Reply #4 - 02/20/04 at 22:05:57
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Can you do position searches on the New In Chess online database?  I know the online Chessbase database has some games with the Chinese Variation.  Also, the Chesstheory.de file has a couple of lines on it (see the "General Chess" section on the forum if you don't know what I'm talking about.).
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Re: Golubev's New Idea
Reply #3 - 02/20/04 at 21:29:06
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"Win with the Chinese Dragon", or something along those lines would sure be a catchy book title that would probably sell really well.  Will anyone beat Schiller or Soltis to the punch?
  
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Re: Golubev's New Idea
Reply #2 - 02/17/04 at 12:20:57
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The move order which you give (9. 0-0-0 Bd7 10. h4 Rb8) is strange. Probably, you mean 'Chinese Dragon' 9.Bc4 Bd7 10.0-0-0 Rb8, and this is not my idea at all. I played like this in 1986, and then in 2002. The first games with 10...Rb8 were played not later than in 1963.
The early games probably are available in the NIC online database (newinchess.com)
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Re: Golubev's New Idea
Reply #1 - 10/09/03 at 00:09:19
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I see no one has replied yet.  Perhaps, like me, the're interested but don't know of any other analysis on this line.  I have tried this on ICC and will post a message if I find more info on this.
  
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09/07/03 at 10:36:32
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I was wondering if anybody had any analysis on the line 9. 0-0-0 Bd7 10. h4 Rb8!?  It is an interesting idea which I have searched every Informant and New In Chess Article for...and I have only found a small article in Informant 86.  If you have any furthur analysis that would be appreciated.
  
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