By Viacheslav Eingorn
In this publication, Grandmaster Eingorn indicates that it's attainable either to play solidly, and to take White out of his convenience sector. He recommends rules and move-orders which are a bit off the crushed tune, yet which he has very rigorously labored out over decades of his personal perform. The repertoire, in line with taking part in 1...e6, is strikingly artistic and may attract those that desire a relaxing lifestyles as Black. you'll get each likelihood to illustrate your chess abilities, and are most unlikely to be blown off the board by way of a pointy ready line. All you wish is a versatile strategy, and a willingness to aim out new buildings and ideas. Eingorn's sophisticated move-orders are rather potent if White refuses to choose up the gauntlet, as Black can then use his hold up in enjoying ...Nf6 to stable influence and take the struggle on to his opponent.
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1 1 0-0-0 b5? 12 cxb5 cxb5 13 �xb5 :b8 14 g5! hxg5 15 hxg5 iLxg5 16 lZ'lxg5 it'xg5 17 f4 'ii'f6 18 'it'h2 (Kasparov-Diir, Graz 1981). Subsequently 8 ... c6 almost went out of use, because of 9 h4! 23) is more promising, but Karpov's choice had killed my fighting mood. Upset that all my attack ing plans had been frustrated, I decided simply to exchange on d5 and obtain a seemingly favourable 'Carlsbad' structure. But it turned out that Black can successfully regroup, whereas at d2 the queen is not best placed.
On t h e Eve of Ba ttle Meanwhile, the chess public was waiting to hear from the world champion, but he was in no hurry. ' Thus in Karpov' s opinion the crisis had been caused by circumstances only peripherally connected with chess! But who knew about them, these causes? And who had created them? Was it only those on the periphery of chess? In the opinion of many, the aim of the intrigue begun in May 1983 was 'to do everything possible' to prevent Kasparov from qualifying to play Karpov. But the invisible script-writers took the second match so lightly (evidently considering neither Smyslov nor Ribli to be rivals to Karpov), that they didn't think it necessary to calculate all the variations to the end.
When these words were written, Karpov was at the height of his fame and already for six years he had held the title of cham pion. He was then about thirty, while I was on the threshold of my eighteenth birthday. Before our marathon match, which be gan three years later, we met only once more at the board. That was in April of that same year 1981 in the Moscow 'Tourna ment of stars', staged in the prestigious International Trade Centre. 45 in Volume III of My Great Predeces sors), after which I forfeited any chance of first place.
A rock-solid chess opening repertoire for black by Viacheslav Eingorn