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By Sergei Soloviov

E-book contains one hundred seventy five largely commented video games of world's most sensible avid gamers as:

Kasparov (12) ; Kramnik (35) ; Ponomariov (25) ; Anand (35); Leko (22).

video games commented with textual content and chess figurine algebraic notations.

sixteen pages top of the range color pictures from assorted chess occasions
certain surveys of the most powerful tournaments of 2003
Index of Openings
Index of competitors

Annotations via the ultimate avid gamers: Khalifman (Elo 2674, 14th FIDE global Champion) ; Shipov (2593), Yevseev (2580), Bezgodov (2550), S.Ivanov....

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If d7 , which requires a prepatory . . h6 to avoid /ljg5 . Also possible, but a bit pas­ sive, is . . d7 and . � c8. The text tries to find a middle way and dispense with the need for . . h6 . On the downside, the Bishop is exposed on f5 and maneuvers such as {i)f3-g5-e4 become plausible. b5 fi)e7 [ 1 0 . . fi)d8?! l l . ; The Knight on d8 has a hard time getting into the game . k[e1 . 0 Ji. hJ By saving a tempo on . . : d l ; so White has nothing better than the routine l'! e l . A h l h6 Black decides the threats of 0g5 and Ji.

Axb6 1 8 . axb6 lll xb6 1 9 . � xb6 cxb6 2 0. xb8 � xb8 22. lll a4 l::t d 8 23. • b3 b5 2 4 . lll c 5 b xc 4 2 5 . lll xe6 'if xe6 2 7 . l:::t a1 lll f6 29. � a6 'if e 8 30. �e6+ W h7 33. i: a7 3 4 . 1I x a 7 lll g4+ 35. h xg4 'if xe6 36 J hg7+ W h 8 3 7 . t e 4 'if a2 38. l:t g6 'if f7 39. g3 g6 4 . tg2 i. tg4 [8 . . b5 lll d8 1 1 . lll g5 h6 1 2 . lll ge4 lll xe4 1 3 . h3?? 14 . txh6 ! txg2 1 5 . il.. xg7 Wxg7 16. �h1 f5 2 l . d3 cS H. b4 •cs Systems w i l h . . il.. d7 and ... �c8 give W hi te l oo free a hand, with or without .

D7 followed by . . �c8. The: former enjoys a reasonable reputation, but the latter is a bit too grandiose. The artificial nature of the plan is clearly shown in game nine, where Swedish GM Ulf Andersson, a master of the Closed Sicilian Reversed, shows that one piece by itself is never enough for a successful attack. Black finally gets in . . i. h3 only to have to spend ti me bringing his Queen back into the game. Note how important a decision it is whether to play . . a7-a5 or rtot. Many times Black merely opens lines where White is stronger.

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