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Re: Best book on d4 sidelines for QGD Tarrasch player?
Reply #6 - 04/11/19 at 21:27:56
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I think the Avrukh sidelines book is very good, having said that there is a lot of newer material. I think most things Avrukh covered are still valid, but just a small caveat. I do have the book and like it quite a bit.
  
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Re: Best book on d4 sidelines for QGD Tarrasch player?
Reply #5 - 04/11/19 at 11:50:29
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RdC wrote on 04/11/19 at 08:36:33:
tony37 wrote on 04/10/19 at 17:00:49:
you play d5, e6 and c5 (in some move order) and you have a Tarrasch



Isn't that only if White obliges with c4 ? Otherwise you end up a tempo down in a line you might play with the White pieces. Colle-Zukertort or similar perhaps. A reversed version of lines where White blocks in the c1 Bishop with e3.

I just wanted to say that when people say the Tarrasch can be played against everything except 1.e4, they mean the d5-c5-e6 structure
  
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Re: Best book on d4 sidelines for QGD Tarrasch player?
Reply #4 - 04/11/19 at 08:36:33
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tony37 wrote on 04/10/19 at 17:00:49:
you play d5, e6 and c5 (in some move order) and you have a Tarrasch



Isn't that only if White obliges with c4 ? Otherwise you end up a tempo down in a line you might play with the White pieces. Colle-Zukertort or similar perhaps. A reversed version of lines where White blocks in the c1 Bishop with e3.
  
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Re: Best book on d4 sidelines for QGD Tarrasch player?
Reply #3 - 04/10/19 at 22:08:41
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I assume you mean the Aagaard and Ntirlis book by Quality Chess on the Tarrasch, but Aagaard also did a book called Meeting 1.d4 by Everyman Chess where he recommends the Tarrasch. It also covered the sidelines like the London, Colle , Veresov, etc. It's from 2002, but you might find it useful. He recommends 2...e6 and 3...Bd6 vs the 2.Bf4 London.
  
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Re: Best book on d4 sidelines for QGD Tarrasch player?
Reply #2 - 04/10/19 at 17:28:01
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tony37 wrote on 04/10/19 at 17:00:49:
you play d5, e6 and c5 (in some move order) and you have a Tarrasch


Isn't that a bit simplistic? If white goes for the London system with 2.Bf4 I still have to decide if I go for the e6 Bd6 setup or some other line.

In the d4 d5 book from Ntirlis most setups involve an e6,d5,c5 (and b6) pawn structure btw.

I was wondering if there is some move order which avoids some of that stuff or may be suited better for a Tarrasch player.  By going for 1.d4 d5 2.Nf3 c5 for example? Right now I just play 3...Nf6

  
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Re: Best book on d4 sidelines for QGD Tarrasch player?
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you play d5, e6 and c5 (in some move order) and you have a Tarrasch
  
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Best book on d4 sidelines for QGD Tarrasch player?
04/10/19 at 12:25:14
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I'm switching to the QGD Tarrasch and plan to use the Aagard book. I read everywhere that the Tarrasch can be played against almost everything but e4.
I read some old topics and Ntirlis keep mentioning that he won't go into detail in how to play/transpose Tarrasch style  against London, Colle etc. because Avrukh is coming with a book on that.
Is that the ' Beating d4 sidelines' one?

Right now I'm using Ntirlis his recommendations from the ' Playing d4.d5 A Classical' repertoire book. But I don't see how I can transpose into the Tarrasch against those systems.
  
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