Opening Repertoire: The Fianchetto System
by Damian Lemos
Dealing with dynamic and aggressive defences like the Grünfeld or King’s Indian is not an easy task for White players. Over the years, I’ve tried several variations against both openings, usually choosing lines in which White establishes a strong centre, although Black had lot of resources against those lines too. When I was fourteen years old, I analysed Karpov-Polgar, Las Palmas 1994 (see Chapter 4, Game 25), and was...
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