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Re: September 2014 update
Reply #7 - 09/24/14 at 13:17:08
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Anonymous3 wrote on 09/23/14 at 05:14:16:
I think 5...g6 is Black's best. What better ways for Black are you referring to?


Yes. it might be, I was being a bit tongue-in-cheek, actually, and it is quite possible that Eric's analysis from 2005 is faulty. Shocked Maybe Richard P will sort this out some time.

Glenn Snow wrote on 09/22/14 at 23:31:52:
I would think 6.Qd2, mimicking the ...Qd7 of Albin lines, would give White decent play.


Anonymous3 wrote on 09/23/14 at 05:14:16:
I would be interesting in seeing some analysis after 5...g6 6.Qd2. The computers prefer Black.


Yes, I suppose 6 Qd2 may well be best, but I'm happy to believe that Stockfish is doubtful!
  
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Re: September 2014 update
Reply #6 - 09/23/14 at 05:14:16
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I think 5...g6 is Black's best. What better ways for Black are you referring to? 5...a6 6.Qe2! has been thought to be slightly better for White.

I would be interesting in seeing some analysis after 5...g6 6.Qd2. The computers prefer Black.
  
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Re: September 2014 update
Reply #5 - 09/22/14 at 23:31:52
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GMTonyKosten wrote on 09/22/14 at 22:12:53:
Anonymous3 wrote on 09/22/14 at 16:29:21:
In what month did Eric analyze this. I can't find it.


It's in a note to the Winants-Korneev game, Game 1 in the November 2005 update.
Presumably White has a better move than 8 c3 or 8 Nc7+, as otherwise play would transpose into Richard's next note (to 5...Bg7 6 Nb5) at best, as you point out, and maybe Black has better moves than ...Bg7.
Maybe the Morris Gambit is simply not very good!


I would think 6.Qd2, mimicking the ...Qd7 of Albin lines, would give White decent play.  Of course Black has found better ways to play than this variation, so it seems like a moot point as Tony infers.
  
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Re: September 2014 update
Reply #4 - 09/22/14 at 22:12:53
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Anonymous3 wrote on 09/22/14 at 16:29:21:
In what month did Eric analyze this. I can't find it.


It's in a note to the Winants-Korneev game, Game 1 in the November 2005 update.
Presumably White has a better move than 8 c3 or 8 Nc7+, as otherwise play would transpose into Richard's next note (to 5...Bg7 6 Nb5) at best, as you point out, and maybe Black has better moves than ...Bg7.
Maybe the Morris Gambit is simply not very good!
  
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Re: September 2014 update
Reply #3 - 09/22/14 at 16:29:21
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GMTonyKosten wrote on 09/22/14 at 12:30:21:
Anonymous3 wrote on 09/16/14 at 02:58:59:
After 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 c5 3.e4!? dxe4 4.d5 Nf6 5.Nc3, Richard Palliser gives the move 5...g6 a "?!" due to 6.Nb5! Na6 7.d6!.


This was originally the great Eric Prié's analysis, so it must be right.

In what month did Eric analyze this. I can't find it.
  
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Re: September 2014 update
Reply #2 - 09/22/14 at 12:30:21
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Anonymous3 wrote on 09/16/14 at 02:58:59:
After 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 c5 3.e4!? dxe4 4.d5 Nf6 5.Nc3, Richard Palliser gives the move 5...g6 a "?!" due to 6.Nb5! Na6 7.d6!.


This was originally the great Eric Prié's analysis, so it must be right.
  
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Re: September 2014 update
Reply #1 - 09/22/14 at 05:21:38
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September 2014 update
09/16/14 at 02:58:59
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After 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 c5 3.e4!? dxe4 4.d5 Nf6 5.Nc3, Richard Palliser gives the move 5...g6 a "?!" due to 6.Nb5! Na6 7.d6!. However, I don't see compensation for White after 7...Be6!. This is similar to the line 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 c5 3.e4!? dxe4 4.d5 g6 5.Nc3 Bg7 6.Nb5 Na6 7.d6 where Palliser recommends 7...Be6! for Black.
  
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