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Last updated on 9/29/13, 5:33 PM.
The Najdorf Variation belongs to the Sicilian Defence family of openings and is the sharpest and most analysed opening of chess.
great game. thnx for sharing
I HOPE THAT THIS MOVE WILL HELP ME TO WIN MORE GAMES
does it take 5 hrs 2 load the game
I always have practiced the Najdorf defense with very good results, but this variant I never have played. The Najdorf is very ambicious defense, when it is necessary to win there is nothing better than the Najdorf.
I want to add something I forgot to write, I recommend to all that like the Najdorf, to check the games of the G.M. Robert J. Fischer , I learned to play the Najdorf by styding how he played it.
I think that in this game, Kasparov uses Najdorf and Dragon Variation in a combination to attain great offensive and defensive flexibility.
This opening is one of my favourites.
I can't whether he used the najadorf or the dragon
this opening is really tactical and has good chances for black.
sacrificing is not always useful sometimes it cause you lose!!
I don't really like the Najdorf... I have never been able to do anything with it.
I've lost mainly with the najdorf
I'm not playing King's Pawn Game anymore!
mark-siev e5 solves that problem its just waste of time
White always has an advantage in such cases!
@kinderkakke: I don't think any openings with "white always has an advantage..." Najdorf is really a good choice for black and the most important is to know the poisitions of your pieces depending on how White plays at the next move: 6.Be3 or 6.Be2 or 6.Bg5 or 6.Bc4 or 6.f4 or 6.h3. That the main variations of Najdorf and Black needs to well prepare for that! By the way, I am a fan of Najdorf!
Nice looks very sharp.....................
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