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That was a typo. Some fun openings with this: 1 d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 Ne4 3 h4 c5 4 dxc5 Qa4 5 Nd2 Nxg5 6 hxg5 e6 7 c3 Qxc5 8 Nf3 that was against the computer, but there are there are many ways to go for black on move 5, maybe that's why it's so difficult black has many choices, same thing but with But you know what? Nf3 e6 3. Bg4 and is categorized as A When blacks second move is d5, g6 or b6 it is also called Torre Attack. Bg5 d5 and h6 next? If Bh4 then Bf5 and black aims at controling e4, besides h6 is only to make space to the bishop at h7, and if Bxf6 exf6 and next f5 again controlling e4.

The point being also developing the bad c8 bishop awhile white make those bishop moves. I saw once something about this system in a magazine. Bg5 is the position of black very defensive. Kean, after 1. Bg5 d5 could white play 3. Bxf6 and now it's not good for black to play later or the center of black is not strong.

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Bg5 is Qxf6 after 4. Bg5 e6 4. Qxf6 is the position of black OK. Bg5 e6 5. Nbd2 Bd6 6. Bxf6 Qxf6 7. Bg5 Ne4!? White haveing two choices 4. Bf4 and Bh4 4. Bf4 c5 5. Qc1 Nc6 7. Be2 Rc8 black is equal with 9. Bh4 Qb6 5. Qc1 Bf5 6. I think lines that can give white a slight plus are the lines that stem from 4. They have a better win percentage and offer better chances to mix it up.

Chess openings: Torre Attack (Tartakower Variation) (D03)

Im looking for an opening to play as white against all black responses and several choices came up.. Colle system, Torre attack and the London system.. After this, the natural looking move Rc1 seems to be new. I submit that this move is fine and white can even get a good attacking setup: for example: Rc1 Nxe5 dxe5 Nd7 Bxe7 Qe7 f4 c4 Bb1 f5 exf6 e. If Nd7xNe5 then fxe5 with a very promising K-side attack. I have played that position 2 times with good succes. One of the big problems for Black is, that the Bishop on b7 is stone dead compared to White Bishop on d3. Maybe I'll go back to it when I'm too old for open sicilians.

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The Torre Attack is a universally popular opening, especially in the cut and thrust of club chess. White's development plan is uncomplicated and there are clear tactical and positional goals.

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Sometimes White plays positionally; on other occasions he suddenly launches a direct attack against Black's king, and many quick White victories arise because this unexpected aggression catches Black off guard. In this book, Richard Palliser goes back to basics, studying the key principles of the Torre Attack and its numerous variations. He reveals everything you need to know about the opening, whether you are employing it with White or facing it with Black.

These books are distinguished by their easy-to-read layout, the lucid explanations of the fundamentals, and the abundance of notes, tips and warnings to help the reader absorb vital ideas.

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