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Opening Repertoire: The Modern Samisch: Combating the King’s Indian and Benoni with 6 Bg5!

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The Sämisch variation is a powerful method to counter the popular King’s Indian Defence. The key move is the advance f2-f3, consolidating White’s central space advantage and limiting Black’s options for counterplay. In the traditional Sämisch White develops the queen’s bishop on e3 but in the modern version, as explored in this book, the move Bg5 is preferred. This creates further problems for Black as the natural King’s Indian counter ... e7-e5 allows White a potentially strong pin against the f6-knight, while chasing the bishop with ... h6 and ... g5 creates kingside weaknesses.

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The Sämisch variation is a powerful method to counter the popular King’s Indian Defence. The key move is the advance f2-f3, consolidating White’s central space advantage and limiting Black’s options for counterplay. In the traditional Sämisch White develops the queen’s bishop on e3 but in the modern version, as explored in this book, the move Bg5 is preferred. This creates further problems for Black as the natural King’s Indian counter ... e7-e5 allows White a potentially strong pin against the f6-knight, while chasing the bishop with ... h6 and ... g5 creates kingside weaknesses.

  • Learn to play the Modern Sämisch with confidence
  • Emphasis on plans and strategies
  • Written by an expert on the Modern Sämisch

 

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CODICE PRODOTTO 7133
Autore Montany Eric
Anno 2017
Pagine p. 368
Editore Everyman Chess
Referenza Cod. 7133
ISBN 9781781944011

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Opening Repertoire: The Modern Samisch: Combating the King’s Indian and Benoni with 6 Bg5!

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