By Oleg Stetsko
The Smyslov edition of the Caro-Kann is among the such a lot sturdy and loyal openings for Black. it's a favorite of many best gamers, together with FIDE international Champion Anatoly Karpov and the British No. 1, Michael Adams, either one of whom have used the process to defeat many top-class rivals. This publication offers an target, specific assurance of the entire traces of the Smyslov approach, with specified realization dedicated to the main harmful attacking platforms on hand to White - resembling that utilized in Deep Blue's sensational match-clinching victory over Garry Kasparov. Grandmaster Eduard Gufeld is likely one of the so much vibrant characters in overseas chess. His pleasing sort of play and energetic annotations have won him many enthusiasts worldwide. His past books for Cadogan contain 'The sleek French Tarrasch' and 'An commencing Repertoire for the Attacking Player.' Oleg Stesko has earned a name as a researcher and theoretician of the top order. (5 11/16' X eight 1/4', 128 pages, illustrations)
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13. 13. Kt. to Q's 4th. Very well played, for it not oly obviates the capture of the Bishop and the subsequent posting of the King's Knight at B's 5th, but also prevents the advance of the K. B's P. K. 14. to R's sq. if Mr. Morphy considers that he lost the gnme by this move, and that he had played B. to K. B's 3rd instead, the game would have been even. 15. K. R. to K's 15. B. to B's 3rd. sq. following variation will show that Black could not have thrown forward the K. B's P. , The 15. P. to K.
26. P. to Q's 5th. 26. P. takes P. 25. Q. R. to B's sq. R. to K. Kt's sq. P. takes P. Q. to Q's 2nd. If the Pawn had been taken, White might with great advantage have played Q. ) 27. Kt. to B's 4th. 28. B. takes Kt. ) 29. Q. ) 30. R. to R's 3rd. Q. to Q's 4th. 31. 32. R. to Rs 6th. 33. P. to Q's 6th. 34. R. to R's 3rd. If 27. K. to K's 2nd. 28. K. takes B. 29. K. to B's 2nd. 30. R. to Kt's 2nd. 31. K. to Kt's sq. 32. B. to B's sq. 33. R. to K. B's 2nd. Kt. to K's 5th, the reply would have been Q.