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Hall, John/ Smith, Ken/ Queen’s Gambit Accepted
Hall, John/ Smith, Ken/ Queen’s Gambit Accepted

(Chess Digest, Dallas 1995)

Paperback, 170 Seiten

in englischer Sprache


EINFÜHRUNG:

INTRODUCTION
The Queen's Gambit Accepted has long been the most direct answer to the sequence 1 d4 d5 2 c4. White offers a gambit with 2 c4, so Black accepts the challenge by simply taking 2...dxc4. Originally, some theorists were horrified; isn't 2...dxc4 a positional blunder, giving up the central pawn for nothing? The answer was soon clarified: No! Black is temporarily giving up the center. Black will restore the central balance by soon playing ... c5 (or ... e5 in some cases). Then White's only real satisfaction is the possession of the initial tempo. But even so, Black can fight for a dynamic equality by rapid piece development and - quite often - with a Queenside pawn advance after ... a6 and ...65 (this normally taking place after a preliminary ...c5).
Several main lines of the Q.G.A. evolve into positions in which White accepts an isolated d-pawn in return for a slightly freerer development. But Black's position, if properly played, is both solid and resilient. In many instances Black will have good winning chances (in dynamic equilibrium with White's) in the resulting positionally and tactically complex positions. This is why the Q.G.A. has been adopted by a host of top GM's over the years. Names such as Smyslov, Flohr, Keres, Petrosian, Fine and Reshevsky (of the "old guard") and modern GM's such as Ivanchuk, Seirawan, Dlugy, Miles, Hubner, Ehlvest, Kramnik and Anand give absolute testimony to its soundness.
The following analysis is written from both the White and Black side, giving the current best piay for each. This will be "the reference book" an the Queen's Gambit Accepted for years to come.


INHALT:

Introduction ..... 8
Familiarization ..... 9

CHAPTER ONE ..... 14
Classical Variation 6 0-0
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 Nf3 Nf6 4 e3 e6 5 Bxc4 c5 6 0-0
I A 6...cxd4 7 exd4 ..... 14
I Al 7...Nc6 ..... 15
I A2 7...Be7 ..... 17
1 B 6...a6 ..... 18
I Bl 7 Qe2 ..... 19
I Bll 7...b5 ..... 21
I B111 8 Bb3 Bb7 ..... 21
I B1111 9 Rdl Nbd7 ..... 22
I B11111 10 e4 ..... 22
I B11112 10 Nc3 ..... 25
I B111121 10...Qc7 ..... 25
I B111122 10...Bd6 ..... 27
I B111123 10...Qb6 ..... 28
I B111124 10...Qb8 ..... 30
I B111125 10...b4 ..... 32
I B1112 9 a4 ..... 33
I B112 8 Bd3 ..... 35
I B1121 8...Nc6 ..... 35
I B1122 8...cxd4 ..... 36
I B12 7...Nc6 ..... 39
I B121 8 Rdl ..... 39
I B122 8 Nc3 ..... 41
I B123 8 dxc5 ..... 43
I B124 8 a3 ..... 44
I B2 7 Bb3 ..... 46
I B3 7 Nc3 ..... 47
I B4 7 a4 Nc6 ..... 48
I B41 8 Nc3 Be7 ..... 48
I B411 9 Qe2 ..... 51
I B412 9 dxc5 ..... 52
I B413 9 Ne5 ..... 53
I B42 8 Qe2 ..... 54
I B421 8...cxd4 ..... 55
I B422 8...Qc7 9 Nc3 ..... 58
I B4221 9...Be7 ..... 58
I B4222 9...Bd6 ..... 60
I B42221 10 b3 ..... 60
I B42222 10 dxc5 ..... 61
I B42223 10 Rd1 ..... 63
I B42224 10 Bd3 ..... 64
I B42225 10 Bd2 ..... 65
I B423 8...Be7 ..... 66
I B4231 9 dxc5 ..... 66
I B4232 9 Rdl 0-0 ..... 68
I B5 7 e4 ..... 69
I B6 7 a3 ..... 70
I B7 7 b3 ..... 71
I B8 7 dxc5 ..... 72
I B9 7 Bd3 ..... 74

CHAPTER TWO ..... 76
Furman's Variation 6 Qe2
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 Nf3 Nf6 4 e3 e6 5 Bxc4 c5 6 Qe2
II A 6...cxd4 ..... 76
II B 6...a6 ..... 78

CHAPTER THREE ..... 80
Modern Variation 4...Bg4
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 Nf3 Nf6 4 e3 Bg4
III A 5 h3 ..... 80
III B 5 Bxc4 e6 ..... 82
III B1 6 Qb3 Bxf3 7 gxf3 Nbd7 8 Qxb7 c5 ..... 82
III B11 9 dxc5 ..... 83
III B12 9 Rgl ..... 85
III B13 9 Nc3 ..... 85
III B2 6 Nc3 ..... 87
III B3 6 a3 ..... 88
III B4 6 0-0 ..... 89
III B5 6 Nbd2 ..... 90
III B6 6 h3 Bh5 7 Nc3 Nbd7 8 0-0 Bd6 9 e4 e5 ..... 91
III B61 10 g4 ..... 92
III B62 10 Be2 ..... 94

CHAPTER FOUR ..... 96
Smyslov's Variation 4...g6
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 Nß Nf6 4 e3 g6 ..... 96

CHAPTER FIVE ..... 98
Winawer's 4...Be6
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 Nf3 Nf6 4 e3 Be6 ..... 98

CHAPTER SIX
Black Plays Alekhine's 3...a6
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 Nf3 a6 ..... 100
VI A 4 a4 ..... 100
VI B 4 e3 Bg4 ..... 101
VI B1 5 h3 ..... 102
VI B2 5 Bxc4 e6 ..... 103
VI B21 6 Qb3 ..... 104
VI B22 6 Nc3 ..... 105
VI B23 6 h3 ..... 106
VI B24 6 Nbd2 ..... 107
VI C 4 e4 b5 5 a4 Bb7 ..... 109
VI C1 6 Nc3 ..... 109
VI C2 6 axb5 ..... 111
VI C3 6 b3 ..... 112
VI D 4 Nc3 ..... 113

CHAPTER SEVEN ..... 115
Mannheim Variation 4 Qa4ch
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 Nf3 Nf6 4 Qa4ch ..... 115
VII A 4...c6 5 Qxc4 Bf5 ..... 117
VII A1 6 Nc3 ..... 118
VII A2 6 g3 ..... 119
VII B 4...Nc6 ..... 121

CHAPTER EIGHT ..... 123
Elastic Variation 4 Nc3
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 Nß Nf6 4 Nc3 ..... 123
VIII A 4...c5 ..... 124
VIII A1 5 d5 ..... 124
VIII A2 5 e4 ..... 126
VIII B 4...a6 5 e4 b5 6 e5 Nd5 ..... 128
VIII B1 7 Ng5 ..... 129
VIII B2 7 a4 ..... 130
VIII B21 7...e6 ..... 131
VIII B22 7...Nxc3 ..... 133

CHAPTER NINE ..... 136
Anti-Elastic Variation 3...c5
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 Nß c5 4 d5 e6 5 Nc3 exd5 6 Qxd5 Qxd5 7 Nxd5 Bd6 8 Nd2 ..... 136
IX A 8...Ne7 ..... 137
IX B 8...Nc6 ..... 139

CHAPTER TEN ..... 141
White Plays 3 e4
1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 3 e4 ..... 141
X A 3...e5 4 Nf3 ..... 141
X A1 4...Nf6 ..... 142
X A2 4...Bb4ch ..... 143
X A21 5 Nc3 ..... 144
X A22 5 Bd2 ..... 146
X A3 4...exd4 ..... 147
X B 3...c5 ..... 150
X B1 4 Nf3 ..... 150
X B2 4 d5 ..... 151
X B21 4...Nf6 ..... 152
X B22 4...e6 ..... 153
X C 3...Nf6 4 e5 Nd5 5 Bxc4 Nb6 ..... 156
X C1 6 Bd3 ..... 156
X C2 6 Bb3 ..... 158
X D 3...Nc6 ..... 160
X D1 4 Be3 ..... 160
X D2 4 Nf3 Bg4 ..... 162
X D21 5 Be3 ..... 162
X D22 5 Bxc4 ..... 163
X D23 5 d5 ..... 165

CHAPTER ELEVEN
Unusual White 3rd Move Alternatives 1 d4 d5 2 c4 dxc4 ..... 167
XI A 3 Nc3 ..... 167
XI B 3 e3 ..... 168

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Informants # 1 thru # 60 New in Chess # 1 thru #32 Das Damengambit - Pachman (1993)
Play the Queen's Gambit - Marovic (199 1)
Trends in the Queen's Gambit Accepted # 1 -Martin (1994) Trends in the Queen's Gambit Accepted #2 -Baburin (1994) New Ideas in the Queen's Gambit Accepted - Flear (Batsford 1994)

COVER
Cover photo is of a painting by Keith Halonen. The original 18" x 46" oil painting an reinforced untempered masonite paneling is entitled "Concentration" and is for sale. Contact Keith Halonen; 2195 Dutton Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95407-6977. Phone (707) 578-6125.

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