Russian IM Mark Dvoretsky is one the most respected chess trainers in the world today. In his March 2015 column he presents the third of a six-part series dealing with positions in which Black opens the g-file after a trade of minor pieces. A new column is posted the second Tuesday of each month.
Unjustified Weakening of the Pawn Structure
By Mark Dvoretsky
As a rule, White strives to exploit his opponent's kingside weaknesses by playing for attack, and keeping the queens on the board. But ...
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