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  • O.Wolkenhauer 16 January 2005

    Summary 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Openings

    1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Sc6 3. Lb5 Spanish Game (Ruy Lopez) 3. c3 Sf6 Ponziani Opening 3. Nc3 Sf6 Four Knights Opening 3. Lc4 Italien Game 3. d4 Gring Gambit

    1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 Philidor Defence 2. f5 Latvian Gambit 2. f6? Damiano Defence 2. Sf6 Petroff Defence

    1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Sc6 3. Lc4 Italian Game Vc5 Giuoco Piano Ve7 Hungarian Defence Sf6 Two Knights Defence

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    Scandinavian Defence (Center Counter)

    1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Sf6 sharper play than Wxd5 3. d4 Sxd5 4. c4 Sb6 see below for Sb4 4. Nf3 solid for black

    1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Wxd5 risky early development 3. Nc3 Wa5 4. d4 Sf6 5. Nf3 Vf5

    1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Sf6 3. d4 Sxd5 4. c4 Sb4 5. Qa4+? Sc6! Trap: white wins a piece but6 6. d5 b5 7. Qxb5 Sc2+ 8. Kd1 Vd7! 9. Qa6 Sb4 10. Qb7 Vc6 0-1

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    Damiano Defence 1. e4 e5

    2. Nf3 f6?

    3. Nxe5! fxe5 a sound sacrifice for white.

    3. We7 as good for white

    4. Nf3 Wxe4+

    5. Le2

    4. Qh5+ Me7

    4. ... g6

    5. Qxe5+ wins the rook.

    5. Qxe5+ Mf7

    6. Lc4+ d5

    7. Lxd5+ Mg6

    8. h4! h5 8. h6 9. Lxb7! is similar. 8. Vd6 allows a forced mate: 9. h5+ Mh6 10. d4+ g5 11. hxg6+ Mxg6 12. Qh5+ Mf6 12. Mg7 13. Qf7# 13. Qg5# 9. Lxb7!! Vxb7 10. Qf5+ Mh6 11. d4+ g5 12. Qf7 forces a speedy mate 1-0.

    Reference Graham Burgess: The Mammoth Book of Chess. Robinson London, 2000

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    Philidor Defence

    1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 Sf6 4. Nc3 Sbd7 5. Lc4 Ve7 6. 0-0 0-0 7. Qe2 c6 = 7. a4 c6 8. a5 h6 Stein-Petrosjan, 1971 7. Qe2 c6 8. a4 Wc7 9. h3 b6 10. Rfd1 Vb7=

    1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Sf6 4. Qxd4 Nf6! 5. Nc3 Ve7 6. Lf4 0-0 7. 0-0-0 Sc6 8. Qd2 b6 9. Ld3 Sb4 10. Nd5 a5! 11. Kb1 Ve6! Bhend-Tukmakow, 1973 5. Nc3 Ve7 6. Lf4 0-0 7. Qd2 a6 8. 0-0-0 d5

    1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 exd4 4. Qxd4 Sc6 5. Lb5 Vd7 6. Lxc6 Vxc6 7. Lg5! f6 7. Sf6 better 8. Lxf6 gxf6 9. Nxc3 Tg8 followed by Vg7

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    Vienna Game

    1. e4 e5 2. Nc3 Sf6 3. Lc4 Sxe4 pressure on f7 4. Qh5 Sd6 Nxe4 gives threat of fork: d5 5. Lb3 Sc6 ... defending e5 5. Ve7 6. Nf3 Sc6 = 6. Nb5! g6 ... defending and attacking 7. Qf3 f5 keeps the pressure on f7 8. Qd5 We7 keeps the pressure on f7, We7 forced 9. Nxc7!+ Md8 fork!

    1. e4 e5 2. Nc3 Sf6 3. Lc4 Sxe4 pressure on f7 3. f4 d5 4. fxe5 Sxe4 5. Nf3 Vc5 6. d4 Vb4 = 4. Nxe4 d5 5. Lxd5 Wxd5 6. Qf3 Ve6!

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    French Defence

    Exchange Variation: 1. e4 e6

    2. d4 d5

    3. exd5 exd5

    4. Ld3 Vd6 5. Ne2 Se7 6. Lf4 Vf5 7. Nc3 c6 =

    Nimzowitsch Variation: 1. e4 e6

    2. d4 d5

    3. Nc3 Vb4 4. e5 c5

    5. a3 Vxc3+ 6. bxc3 Wc7 7. Qg4 f5 =

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    French Defence

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    1. e4 e5 2. d4 d5 3. e5 c5 Center or Advance Variation 4. c3 Sc6 5. Nf3 Wb6 6. Ld3 cxd4 7. cxd4 Vd7 7. ...Sxd4? Trap 8. Nxd4 Wxd4? 9. Lb5+ 8. 0-0 Sxd4 9. Nxd4 Wxd4 10. Nc3 Wxe5? a6! much better. 11. Re1 Wd6 12. Nb5 Wb8 13. Qf3 Vd6 14. Qxd5!

    1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 Nimzowitsch Variation 3. Nc3 Vb4 4. e5 b6 Liberson-Timman, 1975 5. Qg4 Vf8!

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    Summary of responses to e4

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    a) 1 c6 Caro-Kann 2 d4 d5 b) 1 d6 Pirc Defence 2 d4 Sf6 3 Nc3 g6 c) 1 e6 French Defence 2 d4 d5 d) 1 c5 Scicilian Defence 2 Nf3 e) 1 d5 Center-Counter 2 exd5 Wxd5 3 Nc3 Wa5 or Scandinavian 2 exd5 Sf6 3 d4 Sxd5 f) 1 e5 Open Games 2 Nc3 Vienna Game 2 Nf3 Sc6 3 Vb5 Ruy Lopez 2 Nf3 Sc6 3 Nc3 Four Knights 2 Nf3 Sc6 3 Vc4 Italien Game

    Summary e4 e5 Nf3 Responses

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    1. e4 e5 Open games 2. Nf3 a) Sc6 3 Lb5 Roy Lopez (Spanish) b) Sc6 3 Nc3 Sf6 Four Knights c) Sc6 3 Lc4 Italian Game d) Sf6 3 Nxe5 or d4 Petroff Defence

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    Ruy Lopez (Spanish Game)

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    1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Sc6 3. Lb5 a6! Morphy Defence 4. La4 Sf6 5. 0-0! Sxe4 Open Variation 6. d4! b5 6 Re1 Sc5 mistake for white 7 Lxc6 dxc6 8 Rxe5+ Ve7 6 d4! exd4 mistake for black 7 Re1 d5 8 Nxd4 9 Nxc6 or 9 f3 winning material 7. Lb3 d5!

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    8. dxe5 Ve6 9. Nbd2 Sc5 9 Nc3 Sxc3 mistake for white 10 bxc3 9 Nbd2 Vc5 (less clear) alternative for black 10 Nbd2 dxe4 11 Lxe6 fxe6 12 Ng5 10. c3

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    10. c3 g6? Karpov-Korchnoi, 1978 11. Qe2 Vg7 12. Nd4! Sxe5 13. f4 Sc4 14. f5! fxf5 15. Nxf5 rg8 16. Nxc4 dxc4 17. Lc2 Sd3 18. Lh6! Vf8

    Reference: Neil McDonal: Chess: The art of logical thinking. Batsford, 2004

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