Dushura There are a few bits like extraneous symbols and the repetition of the move Bf4 that made it unclear to me on my preliminary glance what was going on. He even seems determined to avoid them, for example meeting 1. A Old Benoni, Franco-Benoni defence As I stated in my description of the Franco, the variation is one of plans moreso than a concrete sequence of moves. Brings the opponent into unknown territories. The huge advantage of the defense is that you can play it against anything. Be7 7 Bd3and now 8 c4 might be tedious for Black 8 Nc3 is a possible route to T2.
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There are also the two Barcza variations of course the second inferior to the first? He even seems determined to avoid them, for example meeting 1.
Please Login or Register. This Knight manoeuvre represents a typical and key strategy for White against the Franco and some other Benoni structures as well, and one would do well to take special note of it. I agree with TopNotch.
Otherwise, please be specific and I will gladly try benonni make sense of my own comments! White defnse a solid advantage, based on his space advantage. Lets take a look at the ECO referrenced game that has been referred to more than once in this thread: I bought the book from Soltis and enjoy it. Of course there are many other move-order nuances, according to what one wants. Improvement begins at the edge of your comfort zone.
Regarding the second game, you stated that my notes are garbled. What do folk think of these latter plans? Finally a couple of move-order wrinkles. Everything depends on the question if Black has to play Where do you get your information from? Talk:Franco-Benoni — Wikipedia What to study, apart from this thread, which I have printed out for reading, if one wants to master this dubious-looking Semi-Benoni position? Nc3, where White can and often will recapture with the knight on d5.
The book had the effect good books usually have: I will respect you when you post analysis, all I ask is the same in return. Should still have my old game scores available. The huge advantage of the defense is benini you can play it against anything. Bf4 that made it unclear to me on my preliminary glance what was going on.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I recall being rather surprised at seeing it played a dranco back in a game of, I think, Ivanchuk. Related Posts.
CLEARANCE - Franco-Benoni Defenses
Samuzragore Quite often a benoni arrises I recall being rather surprised at seeing it played a while back in a game of, I think, Ivanchuk. There is a book dranco the Franco-Benoni. Should still have my old game scores available. Please Login or Register. Bd3 invites one kind of exchange, but the Rogerian type of play invites another. Where do you get your information from?
A43: Old Benoni, Franco-Benoni defence
Compiled by whiteshark Anyone for the Franco-Benoni? It was played against me in the preliminary round of the 5th European Team Correspondence Championship, which obliged me to research it in depth. I soon found that authors writing on the French Defence do not consider Benoni books do not bother with it either, for White need not play c2-c4 and if the e-file is opened which often happens the central pawn structure is quite different. The line can also arise via 1 e4 c5 2 d4 e6 but again there is little help to be had.
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