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Re: A modern way of classical dragon
Reply #4 - 04/26/06 at 04:37:01
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1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 Bg7 7. Be3

Sorry that was not clear.  Instead of 7...00, play 7...Nc6, and according to analysis I copied down years ago, after 8.g4? Nxg4! (best) black is better:

if then 9.Nc6, Ne3 10.Nd8 Nd1 11.Nf7 Nb2
or if 9.Bg4 Bg4 10. Nc6 Bd1 11.Nd8 Bf3as shown above.

I looked at this analysis years ago, and just now put it on the Chessmaster 9000 chess engine to verify it.

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Re: A modern way of classical dragon
Reply #3 - 04/25/06 at 16:45:38
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My personal opinion is that 0-0 is also playable, your line 8. ... d5 9. e5 Ne4 10. Nxe4 dxe4 11. e6!?  is completely equal (although Fritz 9 prefers black) after fxe6 but the suggested Nc6 instead of 0-0 is perhaps more accurate, not because of any danger but because blacks position looks more fun  that line.
  
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Re: A modern way of classical dragon
Reply #2 - 04/25/06 at 12:59:58
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Quote:
8...Ng4!


You mean not after 7.... 0-0, or? Wink

So 7... 0-0 is a mistake?

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Re: A modern way of classical dragon
Reply #1 - 04/22/06 at 08:35:14
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8...Ng4!
if then 9.Nc6, Ne3 10.Nd8 Nd1 11.Nf7 Nb2
or if 9.Bg4 Bg4 10. Nc6 Bd1 11.Nd8 Bf3
  
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A modern way of classical dragon
04/21/06 at 09:11:56
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Salut,

how about this line:

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 Bg7 7. Be3

White waits with 0-0.

7... O-O

Black should maybe wait too and wait with 7. Sc6!?

8. g4 !?

Now white tries aggressive to push the pawn and attack on the kingside.

I'm thinking about

8. ... d5 9. e5 Ne4 10. Nxe4 dxe4 11. e6!?
8. ... Sc6 9. Se8 (idea Sc7-e6)
8. ... Sc6 9. Sd7

Who has experience with this. Into the Dearing-book I didn't found anything about this.

Regards, e2e4

  
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