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Re: Jobava - Prié Attack
Reply #5 - 08/07/14 at 20:13:39
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JN wrote on 08/07/14 at 10:09:49:
Jobava won again with this line yesterday at the olympics. But again his opponent (a 2500+ GM from Belgium) did not play the refutation suggested by Avrukh (2012) in his book "Beating 1.d4 sidelines". The game went 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nc3 d5 3.Bf4 g6 and Jobava crushed his opponent in style as usual. But 3...c5! is supposed to be the refutation of the whole Jobava-Prié system... So far nobody has played this agains Jobava. I am eagerly awaiting to see how he will respond. The "mainline" 4.e3 cxd4! 5.exd4 a3 is known to be quite dull and equal.


That looks similar to what Bagirov gave in the 1970s:  3...c5 4. e3 a6 5. Nf3 Bg4 6. Be2 Bxf3 7. Bxf3 cd 8. ed e6 9. 0-0 Bd6, leading to equality.
  
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Re: Jobava - Prié Attack
Reply #4 - 08/07/14 at 19:02:32
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jobava is pretty awesome. Seems to beat decent GM's with all sorts of wonderful openings.
  

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Re: Jobava - Prié Attack
Reply #3 - 08/07/14 at 10:09:49
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Jobava won again with this line yesterday at the olympics. But again his opponent (a 2500+ GM from Belgium) did not play the refutation suggested by Avrukh (2012) in his book "Beating 1.d4 sidelines". The game went 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nc3 d5 3.Bf4 g6 and Jobava crushed his opponent in style as usual. But 3...c5! is supposed to be the refutation of the whole Jobava-Prié system... So far nobody has played this agains Jobava. I am eagerly awaiting to see how he will respond. The "mainline" 4.e3 cxd4! 5.exd4 a3 is known to be quite dull and equal.
  
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Re: Jobava - Prié Attack
Reply #2 - 04/14/14 at 12:31:24
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Thank you very much! Smiley
  
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Re: Jobava - Prié Attack
Reply #1 - 04/14/14 at 11:01:53
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We put it in the London System eBooks (PDF and CBV) in the Neo-London chapter D00. I'm not really sure what the most accurate move order is for White first 2 Nc3 then 3 Bf4 or vice-versa.
  
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Jobava - Prié Attack
04/13/14 at 23:02:25
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I am a happy subscriber of Chess Publishing, but I have a question.
In which pdf ebook may I find the Jobava - Prié Attack? I was thinking the logical place was "Barry, BDG & Others", but I haven't found anything.
Thanks for the help, and sorry for my english!
  
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