The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black by Lasha Janjgava

The Queen's Gambit & Catalan for Black

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Page: 98
Publisher: Gambit Publications
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ISBN: 1901983374, 9781901983371

By deviating at this early point White makes sure that the game will be played on his homeground. Nf6, so this is the classical starting position for the Queen's Pawn Openings. Hracek,Z (2628) - Elsness,F (2506). An unbalanced position occurred and black had an extra pawn, but his king was stuck in the center and queen being harassed after 14. Black then continues 15Bg4 and after 16.Qd3 he has 16Rae8 17.Nd2 and now 17f5 or 17Re6, to name just a few of the more characteristic ideas. Now black played 18Bb7 but 18..Nb8 manages to hold. I found a key improvement for black in the notes to black's 18th move. I would like to present you a complete repertoire for black against 1.d4 based on the Queen's Gambit Declined (QGD) and to share my thoughts and ideas with you! Semi-Slav Anti-Moscow Gambit[D43]. Black can a) 4.dxc5 - This is an attempt to play the Queen's Gambit accepted a tempo up but 4e6 probably gives theoretical equality. This is slightly counter-intuitive to me, but perhaps I have been conditioned too much by old-fashioned opening manuals who treated the Queen's Gambit and the Catalan as entirely different complexes. All theoretical explainations are also available on youtube! In order to prevent this easy attacking plan, the ingenious 15.Re4 has been tried. After 4Nc6 5.Bb2 Bg4 Black is equal. - A poor relative of the Catalan. B) 4.b3 - This is not White's most promising variation of the Colle Zukertort. This Queen's Gambit turned tactical early as a volley of trades erupted on the board.