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Re: Two new 1 d4 2 c4 Repertoires
Reply #7 - 02/16/19 at 03:21:35
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Yes, I read in Petrosian's Legacy. Great article on the development of the Petrosian Variation (h4! and closing the kingside... ). And Shereshevsky gives some of these lines in The Soviet Chess Conveyor. But I had already  put them together myself by the time I saw those.
  
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Reply #6 - 02/15/19 at 20:26:57
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I'm sure Moskalenko will be advocating 4. f3 against the Nimzo as well. He's played it a lot, and I seem to recall he's written about it before (maybe in Revolutionise Your Chess?).
  

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Re: Two new 1 d4 2 c4 Repertoires
Reply #5 - 02/15/19 at 12:06:11
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ReneDescartes wrote on 02/15/19 at 07:30:59:
I used play the Petrosian as part of just such a varied-but-more-positional repertoire. I used to combine the Petrosian KID with the Leningrad Nimzo, the Bg5 (Lasker) Gruenfeld, the Bg5/Ne2 Exchange QGD, and the Bg5/e3 Benoni. Really, I could have designed a pinning 1.d4 2.c4 repertoire book ("Bg5: Pin Intended!").

You had previously read 'Petrosian's Legacy', hadn't you? Because that's what I did and played for a while! Not sure why I move away from this to frank.
  
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Re: Two new 1 d4 2 c4 Repertoires
Reply #4 - 02/15/19 at 09:53:50
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alyechin wrote on 02/14/19 at 15:31:31:
Cyrus Lakdawala: Opening Repertoire: 1 D4 with 2 C4


This book, as all Lakdawala's books, is strong bye.
  

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Re: Two new 1 d4 2 c4 Repertoires
Reply #3 - 02/15/19 at 07:30:59
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It is strange...It would look like he's trying to give the solid players sharp lines and the sharp players solid lines. Except for that bit about the Benoni... Shocked

I used play the Petrosian as part of just such a varied-but-more-positional repertoire. I used to combine the Petrosian KID with the Leningrad Nimzo, the Bg5 (Lasker) Gruenfeld, the Bg5/Ne2 Exchange QGD, and the Bg5/e3 Benoni. Really, I could have designed a pinning 1.d4 2.c4 repertoire book ("Bg5: Pin Intended!").
  
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Re: Two new 1 d4 2 c4 Repertoires
Reply #2 - 02/15/19 at 05:02:37
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kylemeister wrote on 02/14/19 at 15:55:53:
Amazon has this bit:  "Lakdawala recommends lines with f2-f3 against the Nimzo-Indian, the Petrosian System against the King's Indian and the Flick Knife (f4 with Bb5+) against the Benoni."

A surprising combination, isn't it? When I think of a typical Petrosian KID player, I picture someone like ... Petrosian, or Cummings, whose English repertoire book is quite varied but probably on the positional side on average. While those other two lines are something for swashbuckling attackers ready for sharp and non-standard positions.

Maybe I'm overgeneralizing. We'll have to wait and see how he pulls it off.
  

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Re: Two new 1 d4 2 c4 Repertoires
Reply #1 - 02/14/19 at 15:55:53
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Amazon has this bit:  "Lakdawala recommends lines with f2-f3 against the Nimzo-Indian, the Petrosian System against the King's Indian and the Flick Knife (f4 with Bb5+) against the Benoni."

Christof Sielecki also has such a product in the works.
  
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Two new 1 d4 2 c4 Repertoires
02/14/19 at 15:31:31
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Cyrus Lakdawala: Opening Repertoire: 1 D4 with 2 C4

Viktor Moskalenko: An Attacking Repertoire for White with 1.D4: Ambitious Ideas and Powerful Weapons

What are they going to reccomend?
  
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