By Nigel Davies
If you've got loved analyzing our chess books, wait until eventually you may have visible what is in this CD! Everyman Chess are overjoyed in order to give you "Play 1 e4 e5!" in a layout excellent for desktop viewing. this may allow you to hyperlink to all of the chess video games, observation and textual content from the unique publication, and replay and have interaction with the strikes simply onscreen. there isn't any doubt that 1...e5 is certainly one of Black's optimal and but competitive methods of assembly 1 e4. it is also real that a few Black gamers are do away with through the possible never-ending variety of adaptations. although, right here Nigel Davies offers a whole solution to this perennial challenge via providing a concise and sensible repertoire for the Black participant, when crucially together with a accountable defence to the Ruy Lopez - White's most well liked attacking try out. Davies is the best selection for this topic, having been battle-hardened by means of years of overseas pageant in those openings. It presents a whole defence to at least one e4. All of White's attempts are lined. It comprises White's major weapon, the Ruy Lopez.
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Extra resources for Play 1.e4 e5! - A Complete Repertoire for Black in the Open Games (Chess)
0-0 And here is the transposition. d4 in this position but went off the idea after a couple of games I played in Serbia. c4 Qd7!? Bc2 Qg4 Black had developed some nasty threats on the kingside. d4 A sharp and direct move which needs accurate handling by Black. Rd1 , 9 h3 and 9 a4 see KaminskiDavies. Bg4 This, in turn, is the most natural reply, exerting pressure on the d4-pawn. bxc3 Bf6 gave White an edge in Henao-Hebden, Cuba 1993. exd5 , but after Na5! Bc2 Re8 Black will recover his pawn with a good game.
Bd4 I don't like this move as Black drives the bishop back, but finding an effective alternative is difficult. d5, which is not at all easy to prevent. Bb3 Nde5?! Around here White seems to turn things around. Bd5 with Rb8 . White would then have problems with the b2-pawn. exd5 a5? This might have been played too quickly. Rxe1 Qb7 . Be3 Nf5!? The best try, allowing doubled pawns but creating pressure against b2. Rc6 . Rc4? White, in turn, is too optimistic. b3 , leaving Black to figure out how to defend his weaknesses.
Bg4 Black needs to know what he's doing in these lines and can't rely on simply playing natural moves. Nd7?! d4! Nh4 b5?! Nf5 and White was clearly better in SoltisHalfdanarsson, Haifa 1970. Qe2 . Nxg7+? g5? Kg2?! f3+ Nxf3 0-1. Nxg4!? The fact that this sacrifice may be Black's best shows how important it is for Black to know what he's doing here. Kh1 Qd6 , intending ... Nf4 1-0. Kxf1 . The resulting position sees White's king much safer and with two minor pieces for a rook and two pawns. Nevertheless I would prefer to play Black.