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Re: Another Lakdawala Modern Repertoire
Reply #3 - 10/02/19 at 05:04:14
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Is this 2...c6 then 3...d6, or 2...d6 then 3...c6.

It makes difference because to transpose to black-square defences against 1. d4, Black needs the full tempo to play ...c5 if White goes 1. e4 then puts his pawns on d4 and c4.
  
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Re: Another Lakdawala Modern Repertoire
Reply #2 - 10/02/19 at 03:56:13
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Hi.

gillbod wrote on 10/01/19 at 14:44:00:
This time, he's advocating ...c6 lines on the whole.
Very interesting with c6 lines. Plus also there is no aversion to enter the Pirc when needed. Feels nice.

gillbod wrote on 10/01/19 at 14:44:00:
Against the Austrian, he's going for ...c6 then ...d5, while delaying ...Bg7
a.k.a. "the mongrel horde defense" obviously Smiley

gillbod wrote on 10/01/19 at 14:44:00:
Against the Averbakh, he's angling for a late Benoni-ish structures with ...Nge7.

Hope he has move orders and deviations thought out.

Have a nice day.
  
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Re: Another Lakdawala Modern Repertoire
Reply #1 - 10/01/19 at 20:24:00
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Another Lakdawala Modern Repertoire
10/01/19 at 14:44:00
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Lakdawala has put out yet another repertoire using the Modern in the opening repertoire range.

This time, he's advocating ...c6 lines on the whole.

Against the Austrian, he's going for ...c6 then ...d5, while delaying ...Bg7, much like the old David Norwood repertoire book.

Against the Averbakh, he's angling for a late Benoni-ish structures with ...Nge7.

While I don't have high hopes for the exhaustive coverage, I do have to say that I generally like Lakdawala's choice of lines, and this looks like no exception.
  
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