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Opening for White according to Anand 1. e4, vol. 7 (French Defence - 3. Nc3 Bb4)

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Publisher: Chess Stars, 2006, Pages: 280, Paperback

You are holding in your hands volume seven of our series Opening for White according to Anand 1.e4, in which we have analyzed one of the most popular variations of the French Defence - the Winawer system (1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 Bb4).

I will completely agree that the systems 3.e5 and 3.Nd2 have their advantages as well, but I am taking the responsibility to recommend to you to study and to play the most principled move for White and that is 3.Nc3. Well, I understand that the devotees to that active knight-move must know a lot of theoretical variations, but I can assure you,this move creates most of all problems for Black and it provides White with greatest chances to obtain an opening advantage.

I believe these short explanations are going to convince you that Black’s move 3...Bb4 disrupts immediately the natural balance on the board. He is ready to exchange a bishop for a knight; meanwhile White will have the kingside as his field for actions. Black will act on the queenside trying to exploit White’s weakened pawn-structure there.

In general, we can say that system, particularly after: 4.e5 c5 5.a3 Bxc3 6.bxc3, leads to quite complex fighting positions in which White’s chances are somewhat preferable. Still, he cannot play that variation relying just on common sense. White must know plenty of forced lines and the perfect place to find them is this book!

Dit artikel is op woensdag, 13 augustus 2008 toegevoegd.
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