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16 The Modernized Reti a Complete Repertoire for White. dry 8 c5 9 Ne5 Bb5N 9 Bd6 10 This enables us to develop our pieces. Nxd7 This is the difference with super swiftly,8 Qc2 Black has no good way to take. back 9 Rc8 10 Nxd7 Nxd7 11 d4 8 cxb3,And here I recommend to leave the in. teresting game Lushenkov M 2387,Ivanov A 2425 Sochi 2007 1 0 by. playing the strong,9 Nb5 N Nd5,Black can t solve the problems that eas. Position after 10 Na3 ily playing 9 Bd6 as White would. answer 10 Ba3 the hidden threat be, A strong sacrifice 10 Bxe2 11 Re1 hind 9 Nb5 10 Qb6 11 Nxd6 cxd6.
Ba6 11 Bh5 12 Nac4 Nxc4 13 12 Bxd6,Qxc4 Bd6 14 Bxb7 0 0 15 Bxa8. Qxa8 16 b3 12 d4 The files need to 10 e4 Nb6,be opened 12 cxd4 13 Qc2 This po. sition is pretty sharp but Black really 10 a6 11 exd5 Qxb5 12 Qxb5 axb5. suffers on the light squares and he 13 dxc6,won t have time to castle because of. Qa4 11 Qxb3, 7 Nc3 Qc5 8 b3 Black still needs to defend the c7 pawn. 11 Nxc7 Kd8,11 Bd6 12 Ba3,see diagram next page,Position after 8 b3.
Early Deviations 17,12 Nxb3 is of course bad 13 dxc5. Nxa1 14 Nxc7 Kd7 15 cxb6 with,too many threats to deal with for Black. 13 Nxb3 14 dxc6 Nxa1 15 Nxc7,Kd8 16 Bf4,Position after 12 d4 14 Qd3. This is the point Black s huge lack of development will. prove to be much more important than,12 Qc6 his extra pawn. b 3 Nf6 4 Bg2 Nbd7, 1 Nf3 d5 2 c4 e6 3 g3 Nf6 4 Bg2 placed on c6 in some lines Also as.
d4 is no longer a threat White can,simply proceed with. A least the bishop finds a slightly more,active square. A 5 Be7 6 0 0 0 0 7 Bb2 is covered,in the fifth chapter. Position after 4 Bg2,B 5 b6 Even when Black tries to be. 4 Nbd7 creative it has no real independent,value as it will eventually transpose.
It might feel weird to you but I actually into one of the other lines 6 0 0 Bb7. think that this move is a commitment 7 Bb2 Be7 8 Nc3 0 0 9 e3 and we. Black decides to early where his knight finally transpose into the 6 b6 line of. should go whereas it might be better the chapter 5. 18 The Modernized Reti a Complete Repertoire for White. 6 0 0 0 0 7 Bb2 b6 This strong manoeuvre allows White to. fight for an advantage,A 7 c6 We can t really say that this is. an important theoretical position But it 9 Bb7,can be reached through several differ. ent move orders and you can find the 9 Nc5 10 b4 Ncd7 10 Nce4 11. theory in chapter 8 the Semi Slav d3 Ng5 12 Nc6 11 Qb3. B 7 Re8 8 Nc3 c6 Black is unable to 10 Nf5 Re8,dispense with this move and it also. transposes into chapter 8 the Semi 10 Bc5 11 d4 Be7 12 Nc3. 11 Nxd6 cxd6 12 d3,8 cxd5 exd5 9 Nd4,White may already be technically win. ning as in 1 0 41 Martinovic S 2445,Paunovic D 2320 Vrnjacka Banja 1983.
This was really a short chapter but,don t get used to it it was only our. Position after 9 Nd4,Systems with dxc4,1 Nf3 d5 2 c4 e6 3 g3. Position after 3 g3, 20 The Modernized Reti a Complete Repertoire for White. Chapter s guide,Chapter 2 Systems with dxc4,1 Nf3 d5 2 c4 e6 3 g3. a 3 dxc4 4 4 Qa4 21,b 3 dxc4 4 Qa4 Nbd7 5 5 Bg2 c5 26.
c 3 dxc4 4 Qa4 Nbd7 5 Bg2 a6 29,d 3 Nf6 4 Bg2 dxc4 5 Qa4 32. e 3 Nf6 4 Bg2 dxc4 5 Qa4 c6 with 9 a6 37,f 3 Nf6 4 Bg2 dxc4 5 Qa4 c6 with 9 Rc8 39. g 3 Nf6 4 Bg2 Be7 5 0 0 dxc4 42,Systems with 2 dxc4 21. a 3 dxc4 4 4 Qa4, 1 Nf3 d5 2 c4 e6 3 g3 the center In exchange he obtains the. better pawn structure because he has,more pawns on the central files and his.
g2 bishop is more active Black must try,to take advantage of the exposed queen. by quickly developing his queenside and,he could possibly take over the initia. Position after 3 g3,In the first chapter we didn t discuss. the most obvious question The one,everyone must have asked himself It s. one thing to sacrifice a pawn BUT what,is happening if Black simply decides to.
take it How to deal with that Are we,trying to recover it at once or do we. stick to a quick development and keep Position after 3 dxc4. ing our initiative,First of all we need to know what hap. Actually both approaches are possible pens if Black takes as early as on the 3rd. and it merely depends on your personal move Why aren t we actually consider. temperament Positional players will ing 2 dxc4 first Simply because it s ab. prefer to restore the material balance solutely not the same kind of position. as soon as possible whereas more ac than in this present chapter But don t. tive and bold players will prefer the worry this is covered in chapter 9 the. more dangerous paths What was my more Queen s Gambit Accepted types. preferred choice Hmmm it was a of position The main difference is that. tough one but I went for the positional after 2 dxc4 White will most probably. path even if I have only tried the bold take back with his bishop from f1. option myself Whereas here White is already com,mitted with g3 so the bishop will hardly. In this chapter generally speaking leave his beloved fianchetto position. White is going to expose his queen near, 22 The Modernized Reti a Complete Repertoire for White. To take on the 3rd move is a rather con White s pawn structure 5 Qa4 A log. crete and interesting option for Black ical move if White is not happy about. White needs to have an adequate re having two doubled a pawns but Black. sponse I will call it The Sveshnikov var is resourceful The is sue with 5 bxa3 is. iation as Evgeny and Vladimir Sveshni that Black can keep a healthy extra. kov played it almost 20 times according pawn 5 b5 6 Bg2 Bb7 Black has al. to the databases which is impressive ready covered the long diagonal and. for being a rare sideline I do apologize White s compensation is dubious 7. in advance in case this variation already Bb2 Nf6 8 0 0 0 0 9 a4 a6 5 b5. would have another name,As in the main line 4 dxc4 my advice is.
to take the pawn back straight away,Does White have additional ideas We. will try to find out,Position after 5 b5,Easy to miss Black takes over the initia. tive 6 Qxa3 6 Qxb5 c6 6,Bb7 7 Bg2 Nd7 8 b3 cxb3 9 Qxb3. Rb8 White s play lacks bite and I,prefer Black s side here. B 4 Bg2 may be an option but among,Black s possibilities one of them really.
Position after 4 Na3 annoyed me 4 a6,In this position and contrarily to the. main line this move is not really per,mitted Even if I played it once it trans. posed to the normal position after,3 Nf6 4 Bg2 quite a weird move or. der Black has strong options to meet,Position after 4 a6. 4 Bxa3 The strongest I believe is to, give the bishop pair in order to damage And none of the following tries seems.
Systems with 2 dxc4 23, attractive to me 5 Nc3 5 0 0 Nf6 6 The following correspondence game. Na3 b5 7 Ne5 Ra7 8 d3 cxd3 9 Be3 shows the main difference as White. c5 And I prefer Black s pawn rather has not yet played d4 it will be easier to. than White s pseudo initiative with 10 play with e4 and fight against the. b4 5 Ne5 against this move Black can bishop c6 6 Bg2 Nf6 7 0 0 Nbd7 8. always respond with 5 Qd4 6 f4 Nc3 Be7 9 e4,Nd7 7 e3 Qc5 8 d4 cxd3 9 Nxd3. Qa7 5 a4 Nc6 6 Na3 Na5 7 Qc2,Qd5 5 Nf6 6 Ne5 Qd4,Position after 9 e4. 9 0 0 10 Rd1 a6 11 Qe2 b5 12 Nd4,12 d4 was simple and strong enough. to obtain a simple advantage 12 b4,13 d5 12 Bb7 13 e5 Bxg2 14.
Kxg2 Nd5 15 Nxd5 exd5 16 Nc6,Position after 4 Bd7 Qe8 17 d4 1 0 66 Karacsony E. 2340 Puoli H 2350 corr Argentina, This one is actually a smart try Black Romania 2008. tries to get a better version than in the,main line How 6 Bg2. 4 c6 is possible as well but it has no,independent value 5 Qxc4 b5 6 Qc2. Bb7 7 Bg2 Nd7 8 0 0 Finally Black,doesn t have really other options than.
transposing into the main line with 6,c6 by playing 8 Ngf6. The classical manoeuvre 5 Bc6 which Position after 6 Bg2. reminds us of some Catalan lines for in,stance is not particularly strong here. 24 The Modernized Reti a Complete Repertoire for White. 6 Ne5 doesn t work as well as in the that s why I prefer to delay Nbd2 14. variation with 4 dxc4 and 6 Bd7 of Rfd8 15 Nbd2 Bb7 16 a4. that current chapter 6 Nc6 7 Nxd7,Qxd7 8 Bg2 Nf6 What happened 7 d4. We are a full tempo down compared to,the classical line Why Black didn t. spend a tempo playing Qc8 Thus I,think Black is fine.
The Sveshnikov s approach Here I,would like to advice you to use a novelty. for White even if it transposes into a,few new games Position after 7 d4. 6 Bc6 This looks to me like the most White tries to be smart OK but what. natural continuation otherwise the happens if Black reacts as usual. bishop on d7 doesn t make much sense, However White gets a pleasant posi The line 7 0 0 Nf6 8 d4 b5 9 Qd3. tion 7 0 0 Nf6 transposes into a Catalan variation. Sure you can check But I don t like it,That seems to be the logical follow up. 7 cxd4 8 Nxd4 Nxd4 8 Rc8 9,0 0 Nf6 10 Nc3 Be7 11 Rd1 9.
Position after 7 Nf6 Qxd4 Bc6 10 Bxc6 bxc6 11 Be3,8 b3 I believe that White can keep an 8 Qxb5 N. edge with this move At least he has a, simple plan 8 Be7 9 Bb2 0 0 10 d3 We are trying to make a difference. Nbd7 And here I want to improve on,the game Movsesian S 2705 Gra 8 Nxd4. chev B 2672 Sibenik 2012 11 Qc2 N, b5 12 e4 a6 13 Rc1 Qb6 14 Qe2 8 cxd4 may look as the safe option. The queen can prove to be better here but things are not so simple 9 Ne5. Systems with 2 dxc4 25,Nxe5 10 Qxe5 Rc8 11 0 0 Qb6 12.
Position after 11 Kf1, Position after 12 e3 OK two exclamation marks may seem. too much It s not like White is crushing, Black has a difficult choice giving up a his opponent But it makes his life rather. pawn or conceding his activity 12 difficult with this mind blowing move. Nf6 12 dxe3 13 Bxe3 Qa6 14 11 0 0 Nxf3 Check sir 12 Nxf3. Nd2 Black is too far from castling to Qxd3 13 exd3 Rd8 was too simple. be fine 13 Qxd4 Bc5 14 Qh4 0 0 15 for Black 11 Rc8 This semi waiting. Nc3 Black has some compensation move seems to be the most accurate. but he is definitely the one playing for a answer 11 Nxf3 12 Qxd8 Rxd8. draw here and he will need to be very 13 Bxf3 Nd5 14 b3 Be7 15 Bb2. accurate and White keeps the advantage of a,better structure He will try to grab the. 9 Qd3 b pawn and win the endgame,A 12 e3 Bb5 13 Nc4 Ndc6 13. Nxf3 14 Nd6 Qxd6 15 Qxb5,Qc6 16 Qxc6 Nxc6 17 Bxf3,B 12 Nxd4 Qxd4 13 Qxd4 cxd4.
14 Nb3 e5 15 f4 Even if it s most,probably equal White has some ideas. to play on achieving some advantage,Position after 9 Qd3 10 Qd2 Nxe2. 9 Bb5 10 Rc8 11 Nc3 Bc6 12 0 0 Nf6 13,Rd1 Nxf3 14 Bxf3 Bxf3 15 exf3. 9 Bc6 10 Nbd2 Ne7 10 Nxf3 Black will suffer because of his isolated. 11 Bxf3 11 Kf1 c pawn, 26 The Modernized Reti a Complete Repertoire for White. 11 Bf1 12 Nxd4 Bxf1 13 Nxe6 fxe6 14,Qxd8 Rxd8 15 Kxf1.
Position after 11 Bf1,Position after 15 Kxf1,Suddenly we understand why we did. not insert 0 0 and Nf6 in our line With clearly the best structure for. White and the more pleasant endgame,11 Qxd2 12 Nbxd2 Nd4 13 Nxd4. Bxf1 14 Nxe6 fxe6 15 Kxf1,b 3 dxc4 4 Qa4 Nbd7 5 5 Bg2 c5. 1 Nf3 d5 2 c4 e6 3 g3 dxc4 4 Qa4 5 Bg2,For some reason I prefer to delay. Qxc4 as Black has no way to prevent it,Let s see a few additionnal ideas for.
Black after 5 Qxc4,A 5 c5 6 Bg2 b6 is also a varia. tion we avoid with our move order It,seems wrong because it weakens the. long diagonal but White doesn t have,a good way to take advantage 7 Nd4. Position after 4 Nd7 Ne5 8 Nc6 Nxc4 9 Nxd8 Rb8 10,Systems with 2 dxc4 27. Position after 10 Nc6 Position after 8 Qf4 N, 10 Bb7 10 Ra8 11 Ne5 This is an interesting try threatening.
10 Rb7 11 Nc3 f6 12 b3 Nd6 both Ne5 or Ng5 with a mating threat. 13 d4 11 0 0 Ra8 12 b3 N Nd6 and attacking the a8 rook But the sim. 13 d4 We finally probably keep the ple 8 Rb8 solves the problems 9 d4. upper hand even if Black still wants Ngf6 10 Rd1 Bb7 11 dxc5 Bxc5. to play this position,B 5 Ngf6 6 Bg2 transposes into. the main line,C 5 b6 is actually pretty interes,ting here whereas it is obviously im. possible in our main line 6 Bg2 Bb7,7 0 0 Ngf6 Black easily brought his. bishop into play and the game seems,roughly balanced 45 Ibarra Position after 6 Qxc4. Chami L 2477 Gonzalez Garcia J,2497 Merida 2012 6 a6.
5 c5 6 b6 Black puts himself in the tiger s,cage expecting to get beaten But it s. 5 Ngf6 6 Qxc4 transposes into the actually not so easy to punish him 7. main line Nd4 Ne5 The point making Black,not being lost at once 8 Nc6 8. 6 Qxc4 Nxe6 is not so bad either but Black,wil get some compensation after 8. 6 0 0 a6 7 Qxc4 b5 8 Qf4 N Bxe6 9 Qe4 Rc8 10 Qxe5 Nf6 11. d3 Bd6 12 Qc3 0 0 8 Nxc4 9, see analysis diagram next column Nxd8 Rb8 10 Nc6 Bb7 10 Rb7. 22 The Modernized Reti a Complete Repertoire for White To take on the 3rd move is a rather con crete and interesting option for Black White needs to have an adequate re sponse I will call it The Sveshnikov var iation as Evgeny and Vladimir Sveshni kov played it almost 20 times according to the databases which is impressive

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