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Knight
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Post My Game#7 Pls Comment
Hey I Played another Game today with Black.
the opening was ok quite normal, However in the End I came up with a good plan to open the center and keeping my Rooks in those open files.

A small tactic allowed me to capture Night there by giving me winning position.

Please Check it out the Game and share your comments..!!



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Mon Jun 11, 2012 2:02 am
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Post Re: My Game#7 Pls Comment
In the Alekhine, the moves g6 and Bg4 rarely fit together. 6.h3 suggets it'self. Playing g6 means you cannot keep the pin and should your exchange 6...Bxf3 your Nd5 feels awkward and it defends the d5-a8 diagonal. 6...c6 might be forced. You need to look up the theory. I would worry about some e5-e6 stab somewhere, or a c4 + Qb3 wotsit, dunno.


Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:43 am
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Okay, I got the point behind the move g6, i agree with you Pobble.
e5-e6 stab is somewhat I am not well prepared. others i have played few times..!!
I would go through the Alekhine Opening theory.

would you care to share any references or links for the same..!!


Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:49 am
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Post Re: My Game#7 Pls Comment
What I know about the theory on the Alekhine, you could put on a post stamp. Last year in a rapid game, I nerviously ventured 1.e4 against an 1800 player and was down a piece in ten moves. With white for gods sake! Ok, I won anyway but what the hell. What I lack in theory, I tend to make up in calculation and general understanding of positions, which works great on a full moon, but sometimes.....

John Turnock, a local 180 ecf player ( 2000 elo ish ?) and a life time exponent of the Alekhine, always plays after Bg4 the pawn move c6. His game plan is to exchange pawns on e5 and later round up the e5 pawn by attacking it with everything but his king. Qc7,Ne7-Ng6 etc. The g6 lines strike me as a bit risky.
Hopefully one of the less lazy theory members will be able to offer some brute force lines for you.


Mon Jun 11, 2012 1:23 pm
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Post Re: My Game#7 Pls Comment
Thanks for sharing the details, The idea of c6 and then exchanging pawn on e5 and rounding up with other pieces to attack the e5 plan is really good, I will definetely try that in my next games. it somewhat resembles the Caro-Kann.

Its nice that you are sharing your personal experiences..!!


Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:39 pm
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