MtMxMv jar

Witf m 0 ik m i^misiM m^mwsimm

3 £|f4 was the subject of a short theoretical presentation in the Decemeber

1988 Schachmatny Bulletin.

White obviously reasons that 2 ... h(> is irrevocably weakening and positions his bishop more flexibly than would 3 ^h4. But this is a double edged sword because Black's e pawn is now unleashed.

With very little information to go on I can only say that this looks like a very interesting plan indeed, e.g.

a) 3 ... £>f6 4 <£}c3 d5?< 5 h4 e6 6 <£}f3± Danielin -Avshalumov, USSR Qualifying Ch. 1988.

b) 3 ... £}f6 4 <£c3 d6 5 e4!? g5 6 eS (6 £d2) 6 ... <£g4! 7 h3 deS 8 hg4 (8 de5) 8 ... ef4 9 gfS &f5 10 gfhS ®d7 11 0-0-0 with considerable compensation for White, e.g. 11 ... #e8? 12 #e2#g(> 13 £>f3 &g7 14 £,eS QeS 15#e5 gf8 16 <£d5! + - A 16 ... &d6 17 gh6H Preferable for Black is 11 ... @c8co ism%m m m

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