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Cyrus Lakdawala provides an competitive starting repertoire, according to the Veresov beginning. This repertoire is ideal in case you have little time for research yet get pleasure from taking rivals out in their convenience zones.

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C7 Since the centre has become unsafe for the black king, preparations are made to evacuate it to the queenside. The kingside will not do as a place of safety, as is proved by the following variation : 1 6 . . 0-0 1 7 . �xe 6 ( 1 7 . e8 ! ) 1 7 . . fxe6 1 8 . l:r g 3 W h 7 1 9 . �h6 + Wg8 2 3 . l:rxg 6 + tLlxg6 2 4 . �xg 6 + Wh8 2 S . ttJfs �e6+ 2 6 . Wf2 'iVf7 ( 2 6 . . l:r f7 2 0 . . �xd8 ( 2 0 . . l hd8 2 l . � f2 +- ) 2 ! tLlxa 7 + Wc7 n . �g 3 + W d 7 2 4 . l:r h 1 W e 8 2 S . l:i: d !

T2Jd4) 1 7 . . t2Jd4 1 8 . W:f e 3 �c4 1 9 . W g 2 ' . This strong move is given by Jovanka Houska. 37 T he M odern S candinavian White has the upper hand, e . g. 1 9 . . d7 i¥e6 22. 'i¥g4 l:tfd8 23 . l:txd8+ l:txd8 24. i¥xh 7 + 'it>f8 26 . l:tb l . Correct is 1 3 . . <1::l d 7 1 4 . 0-0-0 ( 1 4 . �xb 7 ? 'iVxb2) 1 4 . . 0-0-0 ( 1 4 . . �a3 ? ' only looks strong and in the stern game Shirov-Salov, Madrid 1 9 9 7 , there followed: 1 5 . c3 0-0. From general considerations alone, it is sur­ prising that Salov decided to castle on opposite sides.

L::!. d 5 1 • 3 7. 'tWxf5 'tWxd 6 White was able to convert his advantage into a point on move 6 4 : 39 . h5 t2:;d4 47. �b3 t2J b 5 .. /L_je4 5 2 . 'ii' d 3 + ilfxd3 + 5 3 . cxd3 ��J6 5 4 . �c4+- . S l In principle a tactical error, which should normally lead to the loss of the bishop pair. I I . . £g6 1 . �d3 � h 1 5 3 . h 7 W b 7 53 . �a I 5 4 . Wa4 � e 5 5 5 . h 8 'i¥+- . . 'li'c7+ WaS 6 1 . . c3 'lWe 2 + 6 3 . Wa3 +- . 'lWc8+ �a7 1 -0 2. 2 As a pseudo-sacrifice As we will see in the following game, the capture on e 6 can of course also take the for m of an apparent or tempo­ rar y sacrifice : 2.

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