GM Ruslan Scherbakov analyzes the Chebanenko System 6.c5 D15, QGD 4 6.e3 c5 D37, Moscow Variation D43, Botvinnik Variation Na4 D GM Ruslan Scherbakov analyzes Chebanenko System, The Slow Slav Vienna Variation Botvinnik Variation Latvian Bayonet Eljanov – Karjakin Onischuk. GM Ruslan Scherbakov analyzes Chebanenko System, Main Slav Ragozin System Vienna Variation Botvinnik Variation QGD Classical Approach Bacrot.

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Once again Malakhov correctly exploited the weakness white created when he had the space advantage.

For example 10 new suggestions for your opening repertoire. The level of women’s chess has seriously increased over the last decade and even very strong Grandmasters cannot be sure of the outcome when playing against a young girl these days. Beginner, club and master levels. However, a careful reader will certainly notice that in many games players benefited from their own experience and played the same line or even the same position with chebanwnko colours.

The inventor of the Slav System with 4…a6

Bologan shows the typical plans, piece maneuvers, and easy-to-remember tricks and ideas, along with the positional nuances of different moves in certain setups.

However, an unpleasant surprise awaited him: In the endgame both sides played logically and the most likely result was always a draw, which did eventually happen, but only after White dropped a couple of pawns as Black failed to take advantage of this.

Peter-Heine Nielsen introduced a novelty in a principle line in which Black is recently under some pressure. Important in the creative attitude of the party Fisher with the author’s comments.


In this game, the Slav Defence was played and I produced a prepared novelty on move four. ChessBase 15 – Mega package Find the right combination! History does not like black holes. For example, it was interesting to see the chebanennko played game Kramnik-McShane from round five of the London Chess Classic Live games for Premium members from the World Championship match in London.

The student and continuer of the Chebanenko case grandmaster Viorel Bologan summarizes the accumulated experience, as well as gives a number of new ideas and analyzes typical middlegame plans.

Slavic defense. The Chebanenko system

While Bologan aystem to show how to take the initiative as black and play for the win, the phrase he most often utters at the end of a variation is that things are “solid” or “equal. But, of course, she didn’t mind grabbing a full point herself by cleverly exploiting her opponent’s inaccuracies!

To my surprise, he agreed. Advertising Books, boards, sets: And here White got another surprise: Discussion and Feedback Join the public discussion or submit your feedback to the editors. Tania Sachdev came well prepared and gave her opponent no chances to get the advantage. The contents chwbanenko as follows: Bologan recommends his book as a companion to the DVD and to study the games of Malakhov, Rublevsky, and Carlsen, and, surprisingly, to use Houdini to find new moves cehbanenko ideas for Black.

A Head Start: Bologan on the improved Chebanenko

Here is how I would approach the material using it within ChessBase 12 or any cchebanenko the Fritz family of programs; the ChessBase Reader that comes bundled with the DVD does not have such extensive functionality:. He quickly solved all the problems but it seems White would have maintained the better chances with more precise play.


His DVD aims to give new life to this already popular opening, which is played at a very high level, including by Magnus Carlsen. Black failed to recall the best continuation at a critical moment as it looked too risky, but her passive approach was punished in style.

Nge2,Bg5 or Be3Nd5, Qd2. Dec 31, Kg7 is very much alive:.

A Head Start: Bologan on the improved Chebanenko | ChessBase

Translated from the Russian by Steve Giddens. Openings, Middlegame, Endgame Lessons. White’s idea to use the c-file for tricky tactics is quite impressive: A very closed and slightly boring position suddenly become sharp and complicated.

Both players were equal to the task in a total mess but then White overestimated chebanenlo position with an extra queen against chbanenko minor pieces. Then at the right moment when position opens up, it is white who gets into trouble.

I will take this opportunity to show you one further game, played some chebahenko years after I employed my novelty against Chebanenko. A desperate piece sac by Levon Aronian made things complicated but White still kept everything under control until he blundered just one step before the triumph.

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