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I bought this booklet extra so one can confront the French with White. As i started to learn throughout the booklet i began to alter my notions of the French and picked it up as certainly one of my major guns opposed to 1. e4. actually I frequently get 1. d4 gamers to play the French as well(1. d4 e6 2. e4 d5).
This publication not just offers extra strains than a newbie will ever use yet provides an osmosis like suppose for the topics of the French.
I rather cherished the Classical part which used to be additional for this addition.
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Both opponents showed themselves at their best. Karpov’s fans could take it for granted, but nobody expected such creative play from Leko! If only all his draws were like this one…...
I want to reprove Leko a little bit for his excessive caution. Had Peter captured on f2 on 35th move, he could have refuted White’s attack, emerging with an extra rook. One way or another, both opponents missed their chances and got a half point each. Qh4 Leko is way too prudent! Kf1 Qh4! Na6 with a small but steady advantage for White. Georgiev,KSvidler,P/Las Vegas 1999/1-0 (47) Kasparov: A good novelty. Black catalyzes complications. Round 9, Mar 5, 2001 Grischuk, Alexander - Shirov, Alexei 1:0 Karpov, Anatoly - Kasparov, Garry 1/2 Polgar, Judit - Leko, Peter 1/2 Karpov-Kasparov The twelfth World Champion restored his combative spirit after yesterday’s victory.
Na3 Ng6 Polgar decided not to compete with Leko in the endgame of the Berlin variation, which came into fashion after the match Kasparov – Kramnik. This is the right choice! Judit feels much more comfortable in the positions with the queens on the board! ), but he has some problems with development of his queenside. Bc2 f6!? Leko feels that he has the right to intercept the initiative! The white bishop spent too much time strolling around the board. e6! The only attempt to fight for advantage. This courageous pawn hampers Black’s c8bishop and f8-rook.