By Mihail Marin
Grandmaster Repertoire is a brand new sequence of top quality chess books in keeping with the most traces, written via powerful grandmasters. the purpose is to supply the reader with a whole 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. Mihail Marins popularity as a chess writer is unsurpassed. during this publication he finds his personal white repertoire with the English commencing. the idea is cutting-edge with many novelties advised, yet most respected of all are Marins lucid motives of the way to play the ensuing positions.
Mihail Marin is a grandmaster from Romania. His earlier books for caliber Chess have confirmed him as one of many worlds best chess authors. Marins contemporary match successes, utilizing this repertoire, elevated his ranking to a private better of 2616.
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Li:lc3 li:lc6, Gutman. g. li:ld4 YMg6 14 . li:le4?! xd6?! YMb3 li:lc5 with a draw, Gutm an. g. YMd2 li:le5, while after S ... ixc4+?! Vc2 • - ... \Wl . 'f� . ,. ' ' ' f. ". ;·� ', � � ---:.. 7:tf i�J�···w �/. • •• - - iQ:. - ' -�· . � . . Q!. a3 is best answered by 5 ... �c3 �c6 (for 5 ... d6!? f4?! g3 is strongly met by I I .. ie5 ! ic5+?! �ge2? ih3+ 0:1 ) goes back into the main line, Gutman. "As Borik says, this is the hardest move to meet. �c2 depends on whether Black can support the knight for the one move by d7-d5 as a prepa ration for ..
0g0 /0xf2! lxe3+) 10 ... icS, while 9 ... /Od2. g. Je l+ 13. Ia3 /0b4, Anatoli Matsukevkh) 1 ... hd6 reaches one critical position. �e2 Jd4 0: 1 Ness Rigenstrup, Drammen 1 947) 9 ... lc5!? ixg3, Borik) IO ... eg6! threatening 14 .. ixd2 mate Klastev - Do nev, Bulgaria 1 954) 9 ... lt:lc5 (9 ... lt:lb4?! ea4 ef6) 1 2 .. e3 ? g. xd3�d3. lt:la5 (9.. g. IO .. lt:lb4? a3, Davey Richter, corr 1 985, or 1 O ... g. ed7! ( The world premiere could have been perfect after 16 ... lt:lf3 ge l+! 'it>h2 lt:lc 2!?
FxdS, a line regarded as good for Black - Chapter 3, Section 2, while 6 ... ltlxc3 (6.. a3? faS, Roger Thomsen) 8 .. fe7 with a pleas ant position for Black, Gutman. e3 looks a bit passive. id3? g. �fS ! id2? a3!? g. ltlg3 8. rc4or 7.. cxd5 Ad? ltlc3?! ra4+?! ltlc5 (on 6 ... ltld4! d6 is wrong due to 8 ... g. e3 0-0-0) 8 ... ltlb5 c6 (IO... ;le? 0-0 a4 with counterplay, Gutman. txe4 appears inade quate, Feistenauer - Philipps, corr 1 990. • Black i� intent on commencing a central battle and hopes to prove that the white queen u misplaced on c2.