By Oleg Stetsko
The Smyslov version of the Caro-Kann is among the so much reliable and constant openings for Black. it's a favorite of many most sensible avid gamers, together with FIDE global Champion Anatoly Karpov and the British No. 1, Michael Adams, either one of whom have used the approach to defeat many top-class competitors. This publication offers an aim, special assurance of the entire strains of the Smyslov method, with distinct awareness dedicated to the main risky attacking structures to be had to White - equivalent to that utilized in Deep Blue's sensational match-clinching victory over Garry Kasparov. Grandmaster Eduard Gufeld is among the so much vibrant characters in foreign chess. His enjoyable sort of play and full of life annotations have won him many lovers worldwide. His earlier books for Cadogan comprise 'The glossy French Tarrasch' and 'An beginning Repertoire for the Attacking Player.' Oleg Stesko has earned a name as a researcher and theoretician of the top order. (5 11/16' X eight 1/4', 128 pages, illustrations)
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Here the battle-ground first of all is e4 + e5 + f4 + f5 squares. Karpov might get a vicious attack on Kasparov’s king if he can open up the g-file in the right way, but Draw. Black might (nearly) get equally well counterKasparov is confirmed World Champion, hav- play from the very same squares. ing reached 12 point out 24 possbile. 13. h1–g1 Karpov took 17 minutes on this. 13. g1 makes it possible for White to play g3-g4 with23 Game 23: out any further preparations. 13. h5–f6 Lion, Dec 29, 1990 14.
E7, ×e7; 39. ×c5, ×c5. “Immediately draw” ❇ ❇ ❇ ◗ ◗ ◗ ❇ ◗◗ ❇ 44 ❇ ❇ ◗ ❇◆ ◗ says Roshal, that usually is one of Karpov’s sup10. 0–0–0 f7–f5 porters. 11. e4×f5 g6×f5 Another line is: 38. g6+, h8; 39. f6, 12. g1–h3 ×f6; 40. ×f6, g×f6; 41. ×h6 and Black 12. h3 is, if not unknown, then a least less only has one single pawn to put his hopes on. common than moves like d3 and b1. 38. f7–g6+ h7–h8 12. b8–a6 Alburt says: “I’ll not be surprised if Kasparov tries to play a few moves. He might try 39. ” 39.
C4 White has a very good position. e3–b6. 19. d2×b4 a5×b4 20. a4×b4 a8–b8 Karpov plays just like Kasparov would! And 18 Game 18: still he takes no time doing so. Karpov’s powerhouses on f6 and b8 should make up for it with Lion, Dec 4, 1990 ease. And the chessclock tells it’s own story. Kasparov-Karpov Now Kasparov has used a full hour more than RuyLopez (C92) Karpov. No need to say who has psycological 1. e2–e4 e7–e5 superiority today. As for the position: most ❇ ◗ ❇ ❇ ◗ ◆ ❇ ❇ 33 ◆ ❇ ◗ ❇ ◆ ❘ ◆ ❘ ◆ ◗ ❇ ❘ natural seems now 21.
Caro Kann Smyslov system 4 Nd7 by Oleg Stetsko