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The nuance that transposes to different positions is the key to the repertoire's success in practical play. When Black plays...e5, then transposition to the lines 4...Be7, 5 d5 Bg4, and 6 Nc3 f5 is good. When you play...d5, transposition can be a dxc4 and 7 Nxc4 e5 and after that, it's good to transpose to 5 Nd2 f4, 6 Nc3, and...Be7. The most common lines are the Torre and, of course, the Bb4 Slav. Because of these nuances, the repertoire is unfortunately \"narrow\" in that it receives less sympathy from opening line players. Nonetheless, the book is filled with original ideas and sound analysis. It is obvious that you don't have to play all of the playable moves; however, if you only employ a slice of the repertoire, then you will get only a tiny corner of its power. FIDE Master Graham Burgess is Games Product Director of Gambit and is responsible for all the company's World Champion titles, including Bobby Fischer's Immortal Game, Lasker's Game, Capablanca's Endgame, and his own world record marathon blitz chess games which he has played an average of 125 games per year for the past dozen years. Graham is an active tournament player and regularly writes articles on the subject. He lives in Minnesota. This is his 16th chess book.
Thereafter, you will play a series of tactics to exploit the weaknesses in Black's position. Only when you're sure White has a decisive attack should you properly open the position by playing long en passant sacrifices which lead to an attack, or by opening...Nf6. The endgame is further assisted by opening the g-file towards White. For Black, 3 =Qd4 (a dangerous way to play) or 4...Nbd7 is a logical alternative. But the decisive tactic is 3...g6!. After 3...g6, Black must attack White's weak back row and of course, he can do so with great effect. 7211a4ac4a