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The Tarrasch safeguard arises after 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.¤c3 c5 and ends up in wildly complicated and dynamic play. With deep research and numerous novelties, Ntirlis and Aagaard have revived the best classical chess beginning to be used through grandmasters and amateurs within the twenty first century. * specialist tips on an attacking chess establishing * thousands of novelties * a mix of human services and cutting-edge computing device research
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Ei:d8 20. l2le7t c±f7! additionally equalizes, yet is unnecessarily complex. 20.! xd5t <;t>hs 1 7. Ei:c2 'Wb6 1 eight . 'Wcl 'We? 1 nine . 6ce6 6ce6� Black will acquire a 3rd pawn for the piece, securing cozy equality. a b c d e f g h Black is totally secure. the single difficult line is two l . e6!? , yet supplied Black replies 2 l . . . c3! he's ok: 22.! xc6 bxc6 23. e7 Ei:g8 24. Ei:c2 'Wb4= A22) sixteen �h8! N ... looking ahead to that during so much traces White will quickly trade rooks at the f-file, Black avoids first relocating his queen's rook to the centre after which recapturing on f8 , who prefer to exploit the pace to maneuver the king clear of power assessments. because the white rook is now on c l , the 1 7. l2lxd5 ! xd5 1 7 . . . Ei:fd8 1 eight . Ei:xc4 ! xd5 1 nine .! xd5 tt:lxe5 is approximately equivalent. 1 eight . 'Wxd5 l2lxe5 Taking the a-pawn may end up in a degree endgame: 1 eight . . . 'Wxa2 1 nine . 'Wxc4 'Wxc4 20. Ei:xc4 tt:lxe5 2 l . Ei:c7 a5 22. Ei:xb7 f6= 1 nine . Ei:b l 'Wc3 20. f6 20. Ei:xb7 f6+ 84 nine . i. g5 20 . . . E:ad8 2 l . '! We4 b6 22. fxg7t Wxg7+ even though the uncovered black king bargains a few play for the pawn, we desire Black the following. 1 7. fxe6 fxe6 1 eight . E:xf8 t Eixf8 1 nine . j,h3 tt:'lxe5! the pc likes 19 ... E:e8�, yet our major line is easier and doubtless superior too. 20. j,xe6 d4 2 l . tt:'l e4 2 l . tt:'l a4? �a3! 22. j,xc4 E:c8-+ eight 7 ! 'S'1' -� --- zero � R R �-. §§ 1�- - Y-�-· -' - - percent� %�. %�l•��%-�� �� ���--/ ��� ���" ��-- � �"� " � four% · � eleven · � fj �"' � % � three . """'; �� ���� � �11�-% 2 ba •b• -- -%���- �% � 6 five percent y ,r_ 1 a b c d e f g h 2 1 . . . '1Wa3 ! + when you see this source it turns into noticeable that White is in hassle. Black has a variety of rules, resembling . . . '! We3, . . . tt'l g4 and . . . c3, which provide White actual issues. listed below are a few pattern strains: 22 . 1Wd2 22. Wg2?! '! We3 ! 23 . j,d5 b5+ and Black intends . . . h5-h4 with an assault. 22. '\Wg l '! Wxa2 23. Eifl '! Wa3+ 22 . . . c3 23. tt:'lxc3 dxc3 24. Eixc3 '! Wb4 2 five . j,f5 tt:'l c4 26. '\Wc l b5+ 17 ... lDxe5 no longer the one solution to play the placement. We additionally analysed: 17 . . . j,c8 ?! 1 eight . E:b l '! Wa3 1 nine . 1Wxd5! ( 1 nine . tt:'lxd5 '! Wc5 20. f6 tt:'lxe5 2 l . fxg7t Wxg7 22. E:f6 tt:'l g4 23 . '\Wfl j,e6 24. E:f4 tt:'l e5 2 five . tt:'l f6 tt'l g6+) 1 nine . . . a6 20. E:bfl j,xf5 2 l . E:xf5 '! Wxc3 22. E:xf7;! ; and Black's vulnerable king explanations him a few difficulties. 1 7 . . . 1Wb4 1 eight . Eib l '! We7 1 nine . fxe6 fxe6 20. '\Wgl E:xf3 2 l . exf3 tt:'lxe5 22. f4 tt'l d3 23 . j,f1 '! Wf6 24. j,xd3 '! Wxc3 25 . j,g6 b6oo 1 7 . . . 1Wb6 1 eight . Eib l '! Wc7 1 nine . fxe6 fxe6 20. 1Wd2 (20. '\Wgl E:xf3 2 l . exf3 1Wxe5 22 . tt:'lb5 d4 23. f4 '! Wc5 24. tt:'l c7 E:b8oo) 20 . . . tt:'lxe5 2 l . Eif4 tt'l c6 22. tt'lb5 '! We7 23 . e4!? E:xf4 24. gxf4 E:d8= 1 eight. fxe6 ... a b c d e f g h 1 eight tt:'lxf3!? we love the cloth imbalance because of this stream. the placement might be sturdy for rooks as soon as the centre evaporates. Black can equalize much less dramatically with 1 eight . . . fxe6 1 nine . E:b l '! Wa3 20. tt:'lb5 '! We7 2 l . E:xf8 t E:xf8 22. tt'lxa7 '! Wa3 23. tt'lb5 '! Wxa2 24. tt:'l c3 '! Wa7=. bankruptcy five 1 nine. e7 l::! fe8 20. ixf3 l::! xe7 2 1 . ctJxd5 l::! d7 22. l::! xc4 '%lrxa2"" a b c d e f g - eighty five l l .