hazihazil (el 26/04/13 a las 5:41 am)
Grunfeld gambit is ok ... polgar played it and many other top GMs played it. black should have a good compensation for the gambit . after 8... Bxc7 , Na6 . black should do ok . you can go chess games and see some games played out with that gambit .
JEMORANGE (el 03/04/13 a las 2:01 am)
its still the gruenfeld defence. If youre thinking ( Nf6... c4) that is called the indian game.
Connor Gooding (el 25/03/13 a las 9:14 pm)
What is this White Opening called?
Daniel Perez (el 15/01/13 a las 9:44 pm)
What about e4 in the last variation? I think it would force black's knight to move or capture and break a good pawn structure? any idea?
johnny555slo (el 12/12/12 a las 8:00 am)
actually bishop to g4 pinning knight is a mistake. (at 3:09)
ja773r (el 19/09/12 a las 3:52 pm)
At 7:10 Bxc7 black is gonna get a lot of play after ...Nc6 ...Bf5 ...Rc8 and then ...Nb4. It's fun to analyse some lines using these moves.
MrWaldseemueller (el 10/09/12 a las 2:51 pm)
I think I could play Kasparov now. Not winning of course, just playing :D
serrie85 (el 29/07/12 a las 4:41 am)
To bad you don't explain an early c5 from black (before castle). Usually the main point in this opening is (if no one blunders) white gets an isolated passed d-pawn. If black can win that pawn he wins the game if not white wins.
serrie85 (el 29/07/12 a las 4:29 am)
Another thing you will see from white instead of 3 Nc3 is f3. mainline i think was then ... d5. cxd5- Nxd5 - e4. Nb6
Akira Ajira (el 28/07/12 a las 1:36 pm)
7:38 should black play 1...c6 instead, will it strengthen his position?