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Re: Looking for Sources on 4.e3 QID
Reply #1 - 04/16/10 at 14:23:21
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Hi Wink,

5. o-o d5, 6. b3 ... see KRASENKOW-games, D05.
5. o-o c5, 6. b3 ... see JUSSUPOW-games , E14.

Or: 3.Bf4 c5, 4. e3 b6, 5.Nc3... Ortega-Farago. Here you have to prepare other black options around this game Smiley

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Looking for Sources on 4.e3 QID
04/16/10 at 13:55:28
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This less heralded variation of the QID has overlaps with the Colle Zukertorte.

The moves might go like this: 1.d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 e6 3. e3 b6 4.Bd3 (instead of 4.c4) Bb7 4.00 d5 5.c4

so I guess its an early e2-e3 with a delayed c2-c4 that White plays here. In any case, it becomes a 4.e3 QID line.

I wonder what our erudite Colle Zukertorte fans can offer me in the way of advice for hunting down useful sources on this particular variation?

Thanks, in advance, for your contributions!
  
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