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Re: State of the trendy Variation with a6-Nbd7
Reply #4 - 11/20/20 at 23:04:08
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I don't know anything about this line, but I fired up Lc0 out of curiosity and she recommends 6.g3!? That might be a direction to investigate.
  
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Re: State of the trendy Variation with a6-Nbd7
Reply #3 - 11/20/20 at 11:27:35
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Yes , that is the line i meant. Are there any ways to deviate for white which are still promising?

  
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Re: State of the trendy Variation with a6-Nbd7
Reply #2 - 11/19/20 at 19:34:18
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I assume it refers to (to use the move order in the latest KID update) 5.Nge2 a6 6.f3 0-0 7.Be3 Nbd7 8.Qd2 b5.
  
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Re: State of the trendy Variation with a6-Nbd7
Reply #1 - 11/19/20 at 19:10:55
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Could you tell us what all the other moves are, please? Thanks.
  
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State of the trendy Variation with a6-Nbd7
11/19/20 at 18:47:15
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Hey, are there any ways to improve on the recen play of White players in the recently popular line with a6-Nbd7 followed by an eventual b5 pawn sac?
  
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