A second series of lessons on the game of chess by William Lewis

By William Lewis

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14 ... f4 cS liz-liz Ernst-Rotsagov, Stockholm 2002. 14... b7 15 I1dl tiJb4 The game is level, Pecorelli-Zambrana, Havana 2004. b7 (D) 10 bxa6 30 How TO BEAT 1 d4 W 10 0-0 axb5! (this seems clearer than the frequently played alternative 1O ... ) 14... Nielsen-Kumaran, Copenhagen 1996. f3 ~d7 = Van Wely-Miles, Matanzas 1995. xc4 ttJxc4 14 ~a4+ ~d7 15 ~xc4 ttJb4 16 :dl 0-0 with compensation for the pawn, Bacrot-Zilberman, Havana 1998. e3 0-0 14 ttJd2 ~a8! (14 ... ~d7!? was suggested by Miles after he played 14 ...

E3 iLxe3 17 'iVxe3 ~f6 (17 ... abl (White doesn't quite have enough for the pawn after 18 e5!? e4 nb8 20 f4 ~d6 =1=) 18 ... e6 =1= Van der Werf-Skripchenko, Cannes 1997. ~h4! Khuzman's suggestion. Horvath, Kallithea ECC 2002 saw the less aggressive 15 ... d3 =. b7 17 ~e3 ~xe3 18 'ilVxe3 lbc4 =+= Khuzman. lac8 Black has the initiative - Khuzman. e3 (19 ~xb5?? l::txc2! wins for Black) 19 ... xe4 ~xe4 21 ~xb5 lbc4 ,+. b7 10 lbbd2 Or: a) 10 e5lbg4!? (1O ... lbd5 11 0-0 lbd7 =) 11 0-0 lbd7 '+ Grosso-Morihama, CXEB e-mail 1999.

Nikolic-lvanchuk, Manila OL 1992. e2) 1O ... b5!? lta3 'iile8 22 l::rac1 l::[d8 is equal, Kozul-Shirov, Sarajevo 2002. te2 and now: dl) 1O ... ltd6 16 56 How TO BEAT 1 d4 ~c3 ttJd5 17 1:tc2 lh-1f2 Kramnik-Kasparov, Linares 2004. d2) 1O... ttJbd7 11 ttJd3 (11 ttJc4 {Van WelyVan den Doel, Leeuwarden 2003} 11.. d6 12 ttJd2 ttJc5 13 ttJc4 ttJxd3 14 iLxd3 iLc5 15 iLe2 ~d7 (two months earlier Shirov had played the less accurate 15 ... l:td8?! fdl! c8 21 g4 g5 (21 ... ttJe8!? l:txh7 = Van Wely-Shirov, Monte Carlo Amber blindfold 2003.

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