By Lev Gutman
The 1st in a proposed sequence of 3 books concerning the Scotch video game. Many books were written approximately this chess establishing yet so much simply disguise outdated research and reproduce video games from a database. This publication is exclusive by means of its fine quality and unique research, making it a 'must purchase' merchandise for membership and match avid gamers. A former moment of Viktor Korchnoi, the writer is usually often called a very good specialist on commencing conception.
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G3! lhg3+ . ::. t; Fedorov,Alexey 2S ... e7 2SJle4 ~gS " Shirov,Alexey . fd4! ::'f81 [Fischer admitted to hav-, Po)anica Zdroj 2000 (5) . li:Jf2 : gS . fE! J:reS! wf1 l:tg3 1S:~d1 now loseS a piece] 27... li:Jxe4 - fxe4 . uxe7+-; 27 ... 'fk'h4 " 28JhfE++-; 27 ... 1:f4 [29 . J:Lxe7 +-] 1-0 " 29 Chess Opening Essentials - Volume I Latvian Counter-Gambit ment White can attack Black's centre by pushing it to d3 . 4. 5. tLJb1-c3! fLg1-f3 f7-f5 This is sometimes called the Greco Counter-Gambit, after the Calabrian Gioacchino Greco, who analysed a variety of lines in the early part of the 17th century.
C;i;>gl positIon] . lxg4+; 22,Ilf4? tfff4? i'g4? 1g2 d3 30J U2 'i¥e1 " [Fischer's first mistake. ~g3! lhg3+ . ::. t; Fedorov,Alexey 2S ... e7 2SJle4 ~gS " Shirov,Alexey . fd4! ::'f81 [Fischer admitted to hav-, Po)anica Zdroj 2000 (5) . li:Jf2 : gS . fE! J:reS! wf1 l:tg3 1S:~d1 now loseS a piece] 27... li:Jxe4 - fxe4 . uxe7+-; 27 ... 'fk'h4 " 28JhfE++-; 27 ... 1:f4 [29 . J:Lxe7 +-] 1-0 " 29 Chess Opening Essentials - Volume I Latvian Counter-Gambit ment White can attack Black's centre by pushing it to d3 .
It usually leads to strategic plans typically associated with the Philidor Defence or the Steinitz Variation of the Ruy Lopez: Black has a solid position but without any real prospects. After the natural d7-d6 4. d2-d4 5. h2-h31 No pin! l2lg8-f6 5. 0-0 6. l2l b1-c3 7. 0-0 White has a little more room to breathe, even if the solidity of Black's position must not be underestimated. It is worth remembering that 3 ... d4 iie7, given that 4 ... h3 . Let's go back a little, so as to explain the idea behind the Hungarian Defence.
4 . . . Qh4 in the Scotch Game by Lev Gutman