course notes

mab23
mab23
Mar 1, 2012, 8:07 PM |
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E4 - course by Ori

 

6 main moves to reply by black

E4 - e5 - Topic #1

black takes an approach of controling the center 

* e5 can lead to 2 main openings - Italian game or ruy lopez

f7 square is a major weakness (Italian game)

Ruy lopez - best reply is a6 (main variation - Nf6 ((berlin wall)) is very complicated 

+++watch for poison pawns+++

rail of paths

 

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 Berlin wall (extremely strong defense)

 

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e4 -d5 - Topic #2

 

scandanavian defense - statistically better for white

 

 

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not prefered - gains a tempo for white 

 

e5 and c5 are not playable (too late) 

 

E4 - C5 Topic #3 

 

* 2 main ideas with scicilian - g6 dragon  and e6 with a6 njadorf

 

***remember in scililian a6 b5 and Bb7 for a queenside attack for black

 

 

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