The French Defense is a sharp counterattacking weapon against white’s King Pawn opening. Accessibility: Enable blind mode. In this article we will have an inside look in the so called Fort Knox variation of the French and we will see how to play against it. 9. Author: Evgeny Sveshnikov Title: French Defence Advance Variation Released: 2007 Format: rar/pdf Quality: good Size: 10+8 Mb Download Volume 1 Download Volume 2 E5, claiming a space advantage and locking up the position (The Advance Variation) White can play 3. However, white reduces the number of sharp lines considerably and there is still room for a dynamic and active play. Playing the French By Jacob Aagaard & Nikolaos Ntirlis Quality Chess www.qualitychess.co.uk. Qe2 O-O Bd7, 5... c5 6. c3 Nc6 7. Anatoly Karpov His road to the World Championship - by Mikhail Botvinnik.djvu. After 1. e4 Black plays e6 signifying his intent to play the French Defense. Author: Evgeny Sveshnikov Title: French Defence Advance Variation Released: 2007 Format: rar/pdf Quality: good Size: 10+8 Mb Download Volume 1 Download Volume 2 The move 3.Nd2 is known as a less ambitious way to play against the French than 3.Nc3. Re1 chess24.com your playground | Chess eBook Play the French by Francisco Vallejo - interactive chess book. The first episode in a new series focusing on common ideas and traps in the most popular chess openings. User Guide (PDF) FAQ; Help & Support Forum; Mobile; New site; Help DB Home Openings Players Comments. In many lines Black has the ability to choose between remaining solid or playing actively and dynamically. In all three openings, black wants to strike at the center with …d5. White can advance with e5 (The Advance Variation), claiming a space advantage) White can defend the e-pawn with 3. You will learn chess openings, chess endgame, chess traps, chess ratings, theory and the best chess games of the top chess players in the world. Nxd2 10. 6. h4, the aggressive Alekhin-Chatard attack. Strategic theme in French Defense. Nbd4 O-O 11. c3 Bg4 12. This video is for beginner-intermediate players 1000-1800 USCF. Qb3, After 7. 5... Nc6 6. Generally the French can be characterized as a solid opening, but it can be handled in many different ways. The French is among the most popular defenses against 1.e4 and for a good reason.It is a very solid choice, but at the same time quite aggressive. As an ambitious player, I tend to go for the latter type of positions with chances to play for a full point. Bc3 Bxc3+ 12. This is most commonly followed by 2.d4 d5, with Black intending ...c5 at a later stage, attacking White's centre and gaining space on the queenside.White has extra space in the centre and on the kingside and often plays for a breakthrough with f4–f5. Re1 Chapter 4 - Advance Variation - 6.Bd3 Closed; 6. After the most principled move 6. a3 c4 black has a space on the queen's side and a very easy plan. If you are playing Black, and White opens with “e4” (also known as the King’s Pawn Opening, or P-K4 in the old notation), one solid response that I prefer is to reply with “e6” – i.e. E5, claiming a space advantage and locking up the position (The Advance Variation) White can play 3. … White’s second move is typically “d4” – i.e. Bb5 Bd7. topical. The French defense is a solid and hard to beat chess opening, but Black can feel locked in as the game takes on a blocked character at times, especially in the early phase of the opening. French Defense: Exchange Variation London vs Paris, 1834 Bf4 a4 13. a3 bxa3 14. bxa3 Bd2 Bxd2+ 13. The French Advance. Download File French Defence Advance Variation Volume (Basic Course) pdf 11. cxb4 Bxb4+ 12. Qe2, and the Two Advance Variation. ], Section II: The Winawer Variation 3... 3.e5 started becoming more popular, and White was starting to get excellent results. move your own King’s Pawn one space forward. C02 - French, advance variation: 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. e5. It’s quite flexible and it offers black unbalanced positions almost in any line. IM John Watson analyzes the French Defense Rubinstein Variation 7 c3, 7 Be3, 7 Bd3 Mainline C10, Fort Knox 8 Ned2, 8 Ng3 C10, Advance 6 a3 C02, Leko-Andreikin, Caruana-Meier, Kokarev-Pushkov, Edouard-Tiviakov, Geske-Gasthofer, Gormally-Hanley, Kobalia-Demidov, Savic-Dudukovic. Very early on in the game White opts to fix the pawn structure and establishes a genuine space advantage, upon which he later hopes to mount a serious attack. The queen trap out of the Fort Knox variation of the French Defense can catch even a Grandmaster opponent. Blitz Chess • AW83 vs coffeechess4096 brought to you by lichess.org. private-library Variation 3... Bb4, Devon Junior Chess Association (off-site). White needs to take care when playing the advance variation of the French Defense. The French Defense meets 1.e4 with 1...e6, preparing to counter the e4 pawn with 2...d5. This difficult piece sacrifice has become very Playing the French By Jacob Aagaard & Nikolaos Ntirlis Quality Chess www.qualitychess.co.uk. named after French players who used it in a correspondence match in 1834 Prevents the exchange of Queens after 3...dxe4, 5. g3 Nc6 6. Tchigorin variation 2. The French Defense is one of Black’s main defenses against 1. e4. O-O Nge7 8. dxc5 Bxc5 9. Nf3 Nc6 5. c3 d4 6. d3 Nh6 $11 {M.Weiss-Maróczy, Budapest 1895. When studying a new opening it does make a lot of sense to follow in the footsteps of the leading experts. Bg2 Be7 7. The Winawer Exchange Variation is harmless for Black, 5... Ba5 has been tried: 6. b4 cxd4 7. French Defense Advance Variation. Nf3. Nc3 O-O 13. Bb4, Section II: The Winawer Be3 a6, 9. Before telling you what you can learn from this opening, let me tell you a little story about my journey in the French. Nf3 f6 10. exf6 Nxf6 11. Nb1-c3 Ng8-f6 4. development, or to aim for immediate exchanges in the hope of a Winawer. He also hopes to limit the potential of Black’s c8-bishop. Nc3, defending the e4 pawn and maintaining the tension (The Main Line) The flexible 3. French Defence Advance Variation The well-known grandmaster and theoretician Evgeny Sveshnikov has used the Closed Variation more than 150 times in tourna-ment play with a score of more than 70%. Bb5+ The eventual aim of the Caro Kann defense is to create a very strong c6-d5 pawn chain and then challenge White’s space advantage (and his Kingside). The eventual aim of the Caro Kann defense is to create a very strong c6-d5 pawn chain and then challenge White’s space advantage (and his Kingside). Be2 Rc8 11. Re1 b5 9. e5 safer alternatives like the Classical or Burn Variations. Kf2 f5 11. C18, Winawer Poisoned Pawn 11...dxc3 12 Qd3 d4 C18, 7 Qg4 0-0 8 Bd3 Nbc6 9 Qh5 C18, 7 Nf3 b6 8 Bb5+ C19, Classical Steinitz Variation 4 e5 7...Be7 C11, Das-Bluebaum, Williams-Harvey, Nepomniachtchi-Rapport, Zawadzka … Nd7 10. Black has to play on the queenside while White usually plays on the kingside. The Caro-Kann defense can be best understood as an attempt to “reform” the Scandinavian Defense and French Defense in black’s favor! Nf3 Ngf6 6. Both variations and their plans and ideas were explained in easy way now lets jump into French defense Advance Variation. In the Advance Variation, White’s idea is to gain space in the center. 9 BenoniDefence-byJohnEmms.pdf. 11 BobbyFischer21961-19671992.pdf. Nd4, 5. g3 Bb7 6. Nf3. Milner-Barry Gambit Nxf3 C Majer vs M Ly, 2007 (C02) French, Advance, 60 moves, 0-1. Kg2, An ancient trap is 7...Nxd4 8 Nxd4 Qxd4 9. 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H. D. Gossip_djvu.txt, Tigran Petrosian - Master of Defence - by P.H. The Caro Kann Defence is a defense to counter White when he plays 1. e4. 1. Apart from shedding light on the advance variation of the French defence, this three part series is meant to promote the group French Defense Fanatics, of which yours truly is of course a member. The Advance Variation (1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.e5 – see the diagram on the right) is a popular line for White against the French Defense and usually leads to a complex strategic battle. 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H. D. Gossip.mobi, Tigran Petrosian - Master of Defence - by P.H. Kxd2 c5 11. The French Defence is a chess opening characterised by the moves: . If you have any future requests please let me know and I will do a video on it. French Defense: Advance Variation. 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