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Re: A new look at the GQA
Reply #3 - 11/30/05 at 09:42:02
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I guess for Black Rublevsky, although clearly Kasparov and Anand's games also merit attention.

With White - Kramnik, as usual with 1 d4, and in particular the Anand match.

Damned good opening IMHO. I don't like facing it much at all.
  
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Re: A new look at the GQA
Reply #2 - 11/30/05 at 05:45:10
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I think 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Nc3 a6 5.e4 and 3...a6 4.e4 even more interesting than the King's Gambit.
  

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Re: A new look at the GQA
Reply #1 - 11/29/05 at 23:35:06
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What is GQA?  ???

Did you mean QGA? Wink
  

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A new look at the GQA
11/29/05 at 13:02:51
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I was hoping to start a new thread on this less popular try. Why dont more people take the pawn.

What do the white players think about whites chances and what do the black players aim for.

Players of this opening i was wondering if you look at any paticular player for inspiration.



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