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Re: Masroczy bind ideas in acc. dragon
Reply #6 - 06/13/07 at 19:19:46
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Markovich wrote on 06/13/07 at 14:05:48:
JudgeDeath wrote on 06/13/07 at 07:01:23:
Markovich wrote on 06/07/07 at 15:26:05:
What does Palister have to say about the Masroczy?


Not content to mangle Palliser, you have a go at poor Maroczy too!  Cry


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Re: Masroczy bind ideas in acc. dragon
Reply #5 - 06/13/07 at 14:05:48
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JudgeDeath wrote on 06/13/07 at 07:01:23:
Markovich wrote on 06/07/07 at 15:26:05:
What does Palister have to say about the Masroczy?


Not content to mangle Palliser, you have a go at poor Maroczy too!  Cry


See title of thread.
  

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Re: Masroczy bind ideas in acc. dragon
Reply #4 - 06/13/07 at 07:01:23
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Markovich wrote on 06/07/07 at 15:26:05:
What does Palister have to say about the Masroczy?


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Re: Masroczy bind ideas in acc. dragon
Reply #3 - 06/08/07 at 08:57:47
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kylemeister wrote on 06/05/07 at 16:40:34:
Well, that's not really a question of opening theory.  Reading this board sometimes makes me wonder if people ever study books to learn about this kind of general stuff anymore.  But getting back to the question, I'd suggest the relevant section in Soltis' "Pawn Structure Chess" as a Maroczy Bind primer.

(Also, part of the question is a bit puzzling; "pressure on the d-pawn" sounds like you're referring to the "Scheveningen Maroczy," not the "Dragon Maroczy.")

Books? Are those printouts from the net?

For the bind I suggest looking at games of Peter Heine Nielsen and Tiviakov. They play this with black and thus it may be very interesting to see what they play with white.
  

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Re: Masroczy bind ideas in acc. dragon
Reply #2 - 06/07/07 at 15:26:05
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kylemeister wrote on 06/05/07 at 16:40:34:
Well, that's not really a question of opening theory.  Reading this board sometimes makes me wonder if people ever study books to learn about this kind of general stuff anymore.  But getting back to the question, I'd suggest the relevant section in Soltis' "Pawn Structure Chess" as a Maroczy Bind primer.

(Also, part of the question is a bit puzzling; "pressure on the d-pawn" sounds like you're referring to the "Scheveningen Maroczy," not the "Dragon Maroczy.")


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Re: Masroczy bind ideas in acc. dragon
Reply #1 - 06/05/07 at 16:40:34
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Well, that's not really a question of opening theory.  Reading this board sometimes makes me wonder if people ever study books to learn about this kind of general stuff anymore.  But getting back to the question, I'd suggest the relevant section in Soltis' "Pawn Structure Chess" as a Maroczy Bind primer.

(Also, part of the question is a bit puzzling; "pressure on the d-pawn" sounds like you're referring to the "Scheveningen Maroczy," not the "Dragon Maroczy.")
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Masroczy bind ideas in acc. dragon
06/05/07 at 12:58:19
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Hi,

I wonder if someone could give a beginner at openings theory a briefing on the different ideas in the maroczy bind situation that can appear in the dragon. The main question is how white plays for a win?

From the games I have seen it doesn't seem enought with pressure against blacks d-pawn often white advances queenside or kingside pawns also. Why does he do this? Maybe there are some instructive games for me to look at that you know of.

Thanks!

  
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