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IM Renier C: New Ideas in the Sicilian Kan II [25:21] 
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 IM Renier C: New Ideas in the Sicilian Kan II [25:21]

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 Re: IM Renier C: New Ideas in the Sicilian Kan II [25:21]
Thanks Renier!

Interesting lines. When Dmitry played ...f4 I thought ...Rc8 was +/= for Black, very playable. Using computers will always kill cool idea. Maybe Dmitry was thinking 'Okay, I play ...Rc8 and if he doesn't stop f4 he is in a bad way', more thinking, more thinking ...f4, 'oh crap! Not again!' Just kidding. His move, ...f4, is very hard to refute otb, so going with his intuition was correct even if his opponent didn't find the best line - it just ain't easy! The kid is amazing and I can't wait to see what lies ahead of him in the future.

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 Re: IM Renier C: New Ideas in the Sicilian Kan II [25:21]
I think if I was white, I would've played Qe2, then 0-0-0 instead of kingside castling. The reason is because even though white has the advantage of the isolated pawn, his breaks of c4 and f4 are rendered meaningless. By queenside castling, white could still maintain the isolated pawn position, and storm the kingside with the pawns.

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