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Web Forum: ChessPub Forum – Hypermodern opening repertoire for white. Title, Hypermodern Opening Repertoire for White. Publisher, Cardoza Publishing . ISBN, , Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote. This complete repertoire shows White how to reject the classical principles of opening play. Instead of placing pawns in the center, White allows Black to build .

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It can be kind of frustrating to learn all the concepts in the book, and the various black defenses, only to face an uncooperative opponent, who plays a defense not covered in the book!

In that sense, sharing this information feels a little the way I imagine a competitive fisherman might feel about sharing information on his favorite fishing spots. Then I sent my queen out alone and lost it to a discovered check. This usually led me to an approximation of the Philidor. I’ll consider learning the Sicilian defense rather than the Pirc, against 1.

I saw that tactic but I felt like I needed to protect against 22…Rxe2 and an enemy rook on the 2 nd rank. There seems to be a number of good tactical possibilities coming out of the opening. Black will occupy the center until pawn breaks at e4,d4,c4 or even b4 will destroy the stronghold. And yes, both are decent enough to cover all yes, all of White’s opening tries.

A theory tree would be tall if the theory extends out a large number of moves. Bg2 and soon afterthen 4. Oct 13, Serge Pierro rated it liked it Shelves: Then you go 2…Nf6, 3…g6, 4…Bg7 and soon afterto set up your fortress, almost no matter what white does.


The point is that you hy;ermodern into a king’s-pawn opening by playing 2. You hung your d-pawn. I’m pretty sure a lot of people would have replied to this post repertorie it been a paragraph shorter. He plays a modern opening, has his pieces working together, and is aggressive. He should consider Nc3 instead. The problem is, instead of playing an open tactical game where you make 2 huge mistakes and get mated on move 20, you play a closed “positional” game where you make 20 small mistakes and end up in a losing endgame or whatever.

This complete repertoire shows White how to reject the classical principles of opening play; instead of placing pawns in the center, White allows Black to build the “ideal” pawn center.

Bc5 is likely better. For instance, you have for White, “Larsen opening” 1.

The Pirc has repertoore 5 main variations, each with some minor variations, that can go about 12 moves deep total. Nf3 common in the hypermoderns might have thrown him off. Mar 22, 4. I almost never solve the daily tactical puzzles here without a bunch of tries. I played a couple 1.


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An open game would be one in which the center files are open. But when Black plays Nf6 in the Alekhine, it is after White has played e4, which means that White has the option to chase the knight with e5. I guess that makes it a wide tree, about 12 moves tall.

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His loss to Spassky: Trades a bishop for 2 pawns. Thoughts on the 1… b6 Hypermodern for black to meet my needs and style? The book by Schiller is mostly useful as a supplement to other books on the Reti. Please try again later. Email Required, but never shown.

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They require a lots of slow maneuvering.