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An example of mine where doubled isolated pawns are good.


  • 7 months ago · Quote · #1

    InfiniteFlash

    I haven't engine checked this position so likely i made a mistake somewhere, but I believe Bf4!? is a good move. Black simply lacks moves after he can't break c5 nor e5.

     

    Can someone post analysis of the game, or just the evaluation and anaylsis behind the Bf4 move.

  • 7 months ago · Quote · #2

    RatDogFriday

    a PGN would be helpful.

  • 7 months ago · Quote · #3

    rooperi

    markgravitygood wrote:

    a PGN would be helpful.

    It's tihere, click on the PGN button :)

    I'm not good enough to give you my own thoughts, but Stockfish has been looking at that position for a bit now, and Bf4 is 5th choice (0.00)

    It prefers Bd2 and c5 (both around 0.65) followed by Be3 and Bc1, @0.44

  • 7 months ago · Quote · #4

    Irontiger

    I don't think White is so well after Bf4. Black just needs to throw in ...Rb8, ...c5 and ...b6 and he has solved his development problems ; I doubt White can do much in the meanwhile.

    19...Nc8 ? is probably the fate-sealing blunder - instead, ...Rad8 and it's still a game, though the LSB problem has not been solved.

  • 6 months ago · Quote · #5

    CP6033

    ah doubled pawns for space advantage. very nice game blitz? 

  • 6 months ago · Quote · #6

    tecnoecuador

    rooperi wrote:
    markgravitygood wrote:

    a PGN would be helpful.

    It's tihere, click on the PGN button :)

    I'm not good enough to give you my own thoughts, but Stockfish has been looking at that position for a bit now, and Bf4 is 5th choice (0.00)

    It prefers Bd2 and c5 (both around 0.65) followed by Be3 and Bc1, @0.44

    Computer does not evaluate this position correct.

  • 6 months ago · Quote · #7

    tecnoecuador

    in the first moment it looked strange, ...

    It is difficult, interresting, and strong. 


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