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... elo of 2775, which was unprecedented at the time.  Today we will examine top 10 openings played by Bobby Fischer. White Repertoire: 1. Sicilian Defense: Pelikan and Sveshnikov Variation 1.e4 ...
2. 7 Devastating Opening Plays
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... can lead to the devastating results. 1. How not to play the Sicilian 2.  Castle early and often 3. Pin it and win it 4. Walking the King 5. Tactics win games 6. The Fischer’s ...
... on Sicilian Najdorf by Richard Palliser. Here we found a remarkable rapid contest, important from the point of theory: Maxime Vachier Lagrave- Alexander Grischuk, World Rapid Championship 2016 What ...
The Sicilian is the number one enemy for 1.e4 players. Nowadays it’s almost impossible to play against the Sicilian without having a strong theoretical preparation. This approach requires a long time to ...
... has increased considerably in recent years. The impact of 3.g3 against the Sicilians with 2…e6 (1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 e6 3.g3) was big, with many top players trying it and writing the theory of the line with every ...
6. ChessBase Magazine #175 - Review
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... Defence to the English Opening. For reasons of space I shall mention only two of them. The first is Krisztian Szabo’s analysis of a rare line in Sicilian Dragon (B76) 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 ...
... results. This does not mean that you need to play a closed opening if you are 1.e4 player. For example, a Spanish with d3 certainly avoids the Marshall attack and against the Sicilians not every day is ...
8. Big question: 1.e4 or 1.d4?
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... than in a sharp Sicilian where the price you might pay is simply defeat. On the other hand, if you’re a dynamic player who likes to fight for the initiative from the beginning and put pressure on your ...
... 7.Bb2 Apart from Carlsen and Karjakin other players also came up with new ideas in openings. The games, Vachier Lagrave - Ivanchuk (Anti-Sicilian) and Grischuk - Naiditsch (King’s Indian) deserve special ...
... positions at how, that he has won many of his games due to home preparation. Here are the top 10 openings Kasparov plays. White Repertoire: 1. Sicilian Defense: Accelerated Dragon - Maroczy Bind 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nd4 g6 5. c4 ...
11. 3 Best Chess Games – 46
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... in the Moscow Variation of the Sicilian Defense that led to a complicated position with plenty of compensation. Game 2: Last, we selected early leader’s Anton Korobov of Ukraine win over Chinese ...
... continue with Anand now: Anand’s success in the 6.h3 line against the Sicilian Najdorf has not pass unnoticed. The former World Champion has tried several ideas in a topical line (6…e5 7.Nde2 h5), all ...
13. 3 Best Games of the Week - 43
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This week’s edition features two victories in the Najdorf Sicilian by Ivanchuk & Gelfand from the European Club Cup competition and one crazy game played by the super strong GM Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu ...
14. 7 Ways to Beat Under 1400 Players
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...  3. Fight for the initiative as black Play defenses that fight for the initiative from an early stage. The Scandinavian, the French, the Sicilian – with the same idea of taking over the initiative as ...
Sicilian Najdorf is one of most popular and best scoring openings played against 1.e4. It can be found everywhere from a local chess club to the world championship level. Greatest player of all time Bobby ...
... of “to-play” list. 2. Sicilian Defense 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 Sicilian Defense is the most popular, highest scoring response to 1.e4. The sole reason why 1.d4 is statistically better for white is ...
... up and learns. What else is worth a look? There is a sharp theoretical battle in Sicilian between Kramnik and Gelfand. It is not every day that Vlad would play 1.e4. Here he was certain, Boris would be ...
... sharp play, then deciding on the Petroff with black against 1.e4 doesn’t make much sense, right? Instead, a sharp Sicilian like the Sveshnikov would be more suitable to your playing style. So the choice ...
19. 3 Best Games of The Week - 39
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... variation of the Sicilian Defense, counting on surprising his opponent. White wasted precious time and didn’t finish his development, which was promptly punished by black. Game 3: If you want to ...
20. Chess Thinking on Different Levels: 1600 to 2200
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... la Cruz, G (1811) – Sgircea, S. R (2267) White to play My opponent has chosen an attacking line against the Accelerated Dragon variation of the Sicilian Opening. However, the move g4 has already weakened ...
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