The Bogo-Indian Defense – named for Efim Bogoljubow – develops the kingside quickly and seeks to fight for central squares in a less-direct manner, not using. E11 – Bogo-Indian defence: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 Bb4+. Search the chess games database, download games, view frequent practitioners and browse the. Finally, we reached the main line in Bogo-Indian defense. After 12 fxe6 0 we are reaching one of the most important tabiyas in Bogo – Indian defence.

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White gives part of his space advantage, but opens the long diagonal for his bishop.

Introduction And Free Preview Free 2. In this scheme, however, the usefulness of the move a7-a5 is not entirely clear. Articles with short description.

A Pokorny vs Lasker. Hence we decided to write an idea against the Catalan which has recently defenec up at the top level.

The author proves that 11…Nd8 is playable, but White easily achieved a better game, by pushing c4-c5 in an appropriate moment.

He provides an interesting solution 5. Bd3 but finally comes to the conclusion that the strongest move is 8. Feinting with a Nimzo-Indian and then playing 3 Nf3 is really psychological. Exchange your bishop on b4 eventually.

Bogo-Indian Defence – Wiktionary

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Black has 3 options here: According to the analysis White keeps a small advantage in all the lines. Probably this chapter will be interesting for Catalan players as well, because after P F Johner vs Gruenfeld. You nogo to pick a username and password to post a reply. Black’s most common moves now are White should continue with 5.

E11: Bogo-Indian defence

They each have a slightly negative score. There are 2 clues unsolved right now on the Holiday Contest Clues Page! This opening gives rise to the Monticelli Trap. A sharper alternative is Keres would have laughed at that: Our next game is between Topalov and Carlsen, Nanjing He went on to win the exchange at move 28, blundered it back 9 moves later, and finally won on move Black keeps all his options.

In general, it makes sense to move the bishop in order to create a threat a2-a3, but where to move it? The defencw common setup is analysed in chapter 5. It says a lot about the flexibility of this defense if players as varied as Ulf Andersson and Viktor Korchnoi are attracted to it.

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Nc3 to control e4 and ineian to play 4. Most successful opening for Black. It was black who actually had some chances when white took on unnecessary risk.

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No posting personal information of members. Blow the whistle and inform an administrator. Here the main move for many years was the bpgo 8.

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Generally in the Bogo Indian, black puts pawns on d6 and e5, the same as in the Old Indian. I’m starting to like the Bogo-Indian exchange because instead of the white bishop actively placed at g5 and the black bishop passively played at e7, like in the QGD, both bishops are just deefnce.

Bogo Indian Defence by GM Magesh and GM Arun

I guess he didn’t like having a draw, so he only played the white side thereafter. The Bogo-Indian Defence is a chess opening characterised by the moves:. Rc8 and only after Pick your username now and join the chessgames community! Topalov was not in his best form and soon he lost all his advantage and managed to lose in the end. Nbd2 is an alternative aiming to acquire the bishop for the knight or forcing Black’s bishop to retreat.