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Re: Na6 in the Austrian attack.
Reply #1 - 01/15/05 at 21:44:35
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One guideline is that White can prepare an attack by answering c7-c5 by d4-d5, provided that the King's Bishop will go to d3 in one move. The reason is, that play will transpose to the most dangerous system against the Schmidt-Benoni: 1.d4 c5 2.d5 d6 3.e4 Nf6 4.Nc3 g6 5.f4.
  

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Na6 in the Austrian attack.
01/15/05 at 15:26:58
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Is there a concrete variation in which white can demonstrate an opening advantage if play continues with Bd3 and Black playing Na6.
  
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