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Re: Looking for resources on 6...Nbd7 in Anti-Moscow
Reply #4 - 07/23/21 at 00:58:22
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Yes, the plan with g5 and Nh5 is specifically want I want to understand better.
  
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Re: Looking for resources on 6...Nbd7 in Anti-Moscow
Reply #3 - 07/22/21 at 07:00:50
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Chris wrote on 07/21/21 at 15:02:45:
My coach recently recommended this line to me as somewhat more intuitive variation than the full Anti-Moscow gambit.

1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Nc3 e6 5.Bg5 h6 6.Bh4 Nbd7.

The move has been played recently by many of the world's elite, including Carlsen and even Dreev himself. However, none of the well-known Semi Slav books seem to cover it.

Does anyone know of any source that discusses the line?


Is the idea to play quickly -g5, -Nh5, or transpose to old QG lines where white has an advantage?
  

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Re: Looking for resources on 6...Nbd7 in Anti-Moscow
Reply #2 - 07/21/21 at 16:55:54
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I suggest www.chesspublishing.com for high-quality annotated games sorted by opening.
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Re: Looking for resources on 6...Nbd7 in Anti-Moscow
Reply #1 - 07/21/21 at 16:15:35
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Your coach didn't have any sources?
  
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Looking for resources on 6...Nbd7 in Anti-Moscow
07/21/21 at 15:02:45
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My coach recently recommended this line to me as somewhat more intuitive variation than the full Anti-Moscow gambit.

1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Nc3 e6 5.Bg5 h6 6.Bh4 Nbd7.

The move has been played recently by many of the world's elite, including Carlsen and even Dreev himself. However, none of the well-known Semi Slav books seem to cover it.

Does anyone know of any source that discusses the line?
  
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