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By Boris Avrukh

"Grandmaster Repertoire" is a brand new sequence of top of the range chess books in response to the most strains, written via powerful grandmasters. the purpose is to supply the reader with an entire repertoire at a degree more than enough for elite tournaments, and positively additionally for the membership championship. "Grandmaster Repertoire" presents a repertoire to final a life-time. best GM Boris Avrukh charts a path in the direction of a bonus with 1.d4. Avrukh is used to dealing with the easiest gamers on this planet. during this ebook he provides a far better model of the repertoire that increased him to the pinnacle 50, targeting major traces with a king aspect fianchetto. "1.d4 quantity One" covers the openings after 1.d4 d4 2.c4, fairly the Catalan, Queen's Gambit authorized, Semi-Slav, Slav, and different Queen's Gambit traces.

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XdS 1 6 . ixdS exdS 1 7. ttJfS ttJd7 1 7 . . WxdS would leave White with good compensation, thanks to his strong knight on f5 . �fb 1 �fbS White may have enough compensation to secure equality, but no more than that. �c3 gb6 Another line is: 1 1 . h6 12 . ttJg4, but after 1 3 . . eS! e3 �g7 Black was doing pretty well. 1 3 . . �b6 This is a typical Catalan position: White is a pawn down, but in return he has a lot of play in the centre, while Black's pieces are quite passive on the queenside.

C6?! is dubious 9 ... dxe5 gd8 1 0 . . 'iffff4 does not bring Black relief either, as White maintains the usual advantage. gfd l ± Chapter 3 - 4 . . dxc4 and 5 . . ib4t 41 8 ... 0-0 lDc6!. 9 ... e3 e5!? In my opinion this pawn sacrifice is the critical continuation in this line. Other options are: 1 0 . . 0-0 and White is positionally better. White was clearly better i n Kharitonov Kholmov, Moscow 1 998. tb4t 6 . td2) B) 6 ... c5 This move is seldom played, probably because Black has a poor score with it.

8 ... �b6 Black trying to hold onto the c4-pawn is always a critical test: S . . b5 Here I found a very energetic method of playing for White: 7... a5 7 . . ) 9 . . a5 Black is solidly placed, but I still prefer White's position due to his space advantage. e4 ct:Jb4 The weakness of the b4-square allows Black to place his knight perfectly. Ei:c l t White i s ready to start some activity o n the kingside. e4! 0-0 It is extremely dangerous for Black to take the second pawn: 9 . . ,txc3 1 0. We 1 !

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