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Re: Innovation in 2...g6 3.d4 Bg7 line
Reply #3 - 09/29/15 at 23:54:24
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I would rather suspect that unless you ask an engine for opinions, you are on your own.

I doubt any books or articles have analysed the position, but I could be wrong.

The  b6 idea  is parallel to the Benko Gambit, Black offers to give up a pawn for control of a couple of files
  
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Re: Innovation in 2...g6 3.d4 Bg7 line
Reply #2 - 09/29/15 at 23:00:44
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Bibs wrote on 09/29/15 at 22:45:30:
Unethical. You shouldn't.
You're wrong.  I'm asking for *existing* analysis that somebody can point me toward, like if they know that it's in a book somewhere.
  
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Unethical. You shouldn't.
  
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Innovation in 2...g6 3.d4 Bg7 line
09/29/15 at 21:27:40
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I'm seeking any possible existing analysis for an ongoing no-engines correspondence game I have where according to chessbase my opponent has just innovated with 6...b6 (a more standard move would have been 6...0-0 when White usually plays 7. Na3)

  
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