CHEBANENKO SYSTEM 3 PDF

New ideas in the rapidly developing Chebaneko system appeared almost every day - 3 games were played within 3 days and every game updated the previous one, then there was a stunning knight sacrifice by Leif Erlend Johannessen against Alexei Shirov, a strong novelty by Gregory Kaidanov, who almost refuted a pet line of Yuri Shulman in the QGA, an interesting novelty by Miso Cebalo in the QGA and, of course, Garry Kasparov's wonderful game against Alexei Dreev in a theooretical dispute in the Anti-Moscow Gambit Download PGN of December '04 1 d4 d5 games. However, this surprise only had a small effect on Garry Kasparov, who preferred his usual approach, achieved a small but stable advantage, and eventually converted it into a full point. Mrva, M - Schwarz, D : White's modern set-up with 6.

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New ideas in the rapidly developing Chebaneko system appeared almost every day - 3 games were played within 3 days and every game updated the previous one, then there was a stunning knight sacrifice by Leif Erlend Johannessen against Alexei Shirov, a strong novelty by Gregory Kaidanov, who almost refuted a pet line of Yuri Shulman in the QGA, an interesting novelty by Miso Cebalo in the QGA and, of course, Garry Kasparov's wonderful game against Alexei Dreev in a theooretical dispute in the Anti-Moscow Gambit Download PGN of December '04 1 d4 d5 games.

However, this surprise only had a small effect on Garry Kasparov, who preferred his usual approach, achieved a small but stable advantage, and eventually converted it into a full point. Mrva, M - Schwarz, D : White's modern set-up with 6. In this game Black refrained from the development of his light-squared bishop but the attempt to keep the Q-side closed by the rather artificial Rb8 does not look too impressive:. Gershon - Svetushkin : Finally, some good news for Black in a line where he recently suffered very much!

Dmitry Svetushkin found a good way to keep the Q-side closed so it seems that White can forget about his simple plan of penetration on the a-file. In this game Alik Gershon tried to disprove Black's idea by drastic measures but soon found himself under pressure Curiously enough, this game was played just the next day but I guess even if Dreev did not see Svetushkin's idea he certainly considered this logical attempt to keep the Q-side closed in his home preparation.

So he quickly came up with a new idea, which helped White to keep the Q-side opened! His approach worked well after all, but it seems that Black's play could certainly be improved - I am sure we'll not wait long for the next dispute in this rapidly developing line Onischuk, A - Zatonskih, A : The attempt to break White's pawn chain by immediate Q-side play looks interesting but it has one serious drawback - Black is getting behind in development and Alexander Onischuk found the way to exploit the advantages of his position by very energetic and precise play.

Cebalo, M - Atalik, S : The rare approach Nb6 brought a good result for Black:. Miso Cebalo did not achieve much and then overestimated his position and was punished by Suat Atalik in style. The game shows what White should be careful when he tries to keep Black's bishop on g6 locked by the pawn chain f3-e4. The same already well-developed line was tested here and, most probably, Shirov was ready to improve but he wasn't given a chance as, in the diagram position:.

Leif Erlend Johannessen came up with a wonderful knight sacrifice, which caused Shirov a serious headache again! It seems that the maximum White can hope for is a very slight edge in the obviously drawish endgame so at the moment this rare line is under the clouds. Cebalo, M - Stevic, H : Miso Cebalo came up with a very interesting novelty here in a principal line:. Kasparov, G - Dreev, A : At the crucial moment of the Russian Championship Garry Kasparov showed a part of his huge opening preparation - instead of the common way, he preferred an approach which was known to be rather unclear and too double-edged for White.

Alexei Dreev, who is one of the main experts in this line, played very creatively and stubbornly but was still eliminated slowly but confidently. As to theory, it is still too early to make any conclusions.

Black certainly faced some new problems but his play could be improved - more thorough analysis and practical tests are required If you have any questions, then please post a message at the 1 d4 d5 Forum , or subscribers can email me at ruslan chesspublishing.

This update contains several games from the recently finished Russian and US Championships and some other theoretically important games. Rb8 does not look too impressive: Gershon - Svetushkin : Finally, some good news for Black in a line where he recently suffered very much! Nb6 brought a good result for Black: Miso Cebalo did not achieve much and then overestimated his position and was punished by Suat Atalik in style. The same already well-developed line was tested here and, most probably, Shirov was ready to improve but he wasn't given a chance as, in the diagram position: Leif Erlend Johannessen came up with a wonderful knight sacrifice, which caused Shirov a serious headache again!

Cebalo, M - Stevic, H : Miso Cebalo came up with a very interesting novelty here in a principal line: and achieved a clear advantage.

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The Slav Defense is a chess opening that begins with the moves:. The Slav is one of the primary defenses to the Queen's Gambit. Although it was analyzed as early as , it was not until the s that it started to be explored extensively. Many masters of Slavic descent helped develop the theory of this opening, including Alapin , Alekhine , Bogoljubov , and Vidmar.

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Updated: Aug 31, , AM. Finally, a great chess player has written an entire book on one of the most fascinating opening variations of modern chess theory: Slav with And the author, GM Victor Bologan, is not just a great player, he's also a great analyst, as he proved last year with his excellent debut called Selected games Chebanenko must have been an inspiring figure in the Moldovan chess world, since many people including Alexei Shirov, who wrote the foreword to this book speak of Chebanenko in loving and admiring words. Bologan tells various funny and touching anecdotes about his teacher and he gives a good impression of what it was like to learn and analyse with Chebanenko.

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