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Re: Cambridge Springs 7Bxf6
Reply #2 - 05/29/20 at 01:30:38
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I'm not aware of any recent theory on this (minor) line. 

Incidentally the Panczyk/Ilczuk book from 2002 had 18 pages on it.
  
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Re: Cambridge Springs 7Bxf6
Reply #1 - 05/29/20 at 00:26:31
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That is a very logical move, are you sure it isn't covered? I would find that very weird. Ask a question in the forum of the course.

Anyway, you obviously take back with the knight and there are many ways White can continue. But if Black can play Bd6 and e5, it's a good plan. You open the position for the bishop pair to work.
  
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Cambridge Springs 7Bxf6
05/19/20 at 06:45:24
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Can someone point me to what the recent theory is on 7 Bxf6 in the Cambridge Springs please? GM Shankland recommends this system for black in his recent chessable course but doesnt cover this line which is quite often played online
  
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