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Re: Budapest Books and lines
Reply #8 - 09/06/07 at 02:09:27
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Scholar wrote on 09/06/07 at 00:47:54:
Markovich wrote on 09/05/07 at 16:39:55:
In that 5. Nh3 White obviously aims for Nc3, Nf4, N(probably f4)-d5. One of his key ideas is to ram the f-pawn all the way to f6.  Black's most sophisticated rejoinder is 5...Ng5, but I don't think this solves all his problems.  White continues with g3, Bg2, 0-0 and f4.


5...Ng6, you mean.

OP: you should check out the first couple pages of the Budapest Ideas thread; this, for example, is mentioned there already (by Markovich).

Yeah, 5...Ng6.
  

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Re: Budapest Books and lines
Reply #7 - 09/06/07 at 00:47:54
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Markovich wrote on 09/05/07 at 16:39:55:
In that 5. Nh3 White obviously aims for Nc3, Nf4, N(probably f4)-d5. One of his key ideas is to ram the f-pawn all the way to f6.  Black's most sophisticated rejoinder is 5...Ng5, but I don't think this solves all his problems.  White continues with g3, Bg2, 0-0 and f4.


5...Ng6, you mean.

OP: you should check out the first couple pages of the Budapest Ideas thread; this, for example, is mentioned there already (by Markovich).
  
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Re: Budapest Books and lines
Reply #6 - 09/05/07 at 18:01:01
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As MNb has already pointed out, there are many threads on the Budapest, already and you will find many interesting ideas have already been discussed at length.  Please check these out!
  
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Re: Budapest Books and lines
Reply #5 - 09/05/07 at 16:39:55
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Gerry1970 wrote on 09/05/07 at 15:14:02:
Hello Markovich:

Thanks. Just saw your post after I posted my first reply.

This is what I need.

Take care,

Gerry



In that 5. Nh3 White obviously aims for Nc3, Nf4, N(probably f4)-d5. One of his key ideas is to ram the f-pawn all the way to f6.  Black's most sophisticated rejoinder is 5...Ng5, but I don't think this solves all his problems.  White continues with g3, Bg2, 0-0 and f4.
  

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Re: Budapest Books and lines
Reply #4 - 09/05/07 at 15:14:02
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Hello Markovich:

Thanks. Just saw your post after I posted my first reply.

This is what I need.

Take care,

Gerry

Markovich wrote on 09/05/07 at 15:09:34:
Gerry1970 wrote on 09/04/07 at 20:10:16:
Hello All:

Looking for a book covering the ...Ne4 and ...Ng4 lines.

Playing this as White and looking for a solid, positional approach. So any suggestions on lines to concentrate on in these 2 systems?

Thanks in advance,

Gerry


Yes, against 3...Ng4 play 4. e3 Ne5  5. Nh3.

Against 3...Ne4?! play 4. a3.

  
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Re: Budapest Books and lines
Reply #3 - 09/05/07 at 15:12:03
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Hello All:

Any thoughts on the Lalic book? Did not see a mention of it in the thread. It seems the most recent book?

Appreciate you directing me to hte thread but, with my current knowledge level in the Budapest, this is way too much at the moment. I am just looking to get a few lines down as White. I could see how this thread would be great if I had more knowledge of the opening.

So thinking of getting the above book and just scanning for main ideas. Is 4.a3 a positional approach against the Faja.?

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Re: Budapest Books and lines
Reply #2 - 09/05/07 at 15:09:34
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Gerry1970 wrote on 09/04/07 at 20:10:16:
Hello All:

Looking for a book covering the ...Ne4 and ...Ng4 lines.

Playing this as White and looking for a solid, positional approach. So any suggestions on lines to concentrate on in these 2 systems?

Thanks in advance,

Gerry


Yes, against 3...Ng4 play 4. e3 Ne5  5. Nh3.

Against 3...Ne4?! play 4. a3.
  

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Re: Budapest Books and lines
Reply #1 - 09/04/07 at 22:03:07
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Have you already scrolled down a bit and worked your way through 10 pages of Budapest Ideas?
  

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Budapest Books and lines
09/04/07 at 20:10:16
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Hello All:

Looking for a book covering the ...Ne4 and ...Ng4 lines.

Playing this as White and looking for a solid, positional approach. So any suggestions on lines to concentrate on in these 2 systems?

Thanks in advance,

Gerry
  
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