By Melissa A. Sutherland
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IVb6 1 8 'iYa3 ! i s given b y Sorenson expert Lennart Hansson) 18 lib 1 'fixa2 1 9 lIxb7 ttJf5+. 1 3 'ikf4 1 3 'ilt'd 1 ttJhf5 14 'iVh5 g6 1 5 'tWd1 ':'c8+ Bailen Canales-Barr, corr 1998, or 1 5 . . 0-0 ! 1 3 ... ttJdf5 Or 13 . . ttJhf5 14 g4 h6+ . After 1 3 . . d2 0-0 15 b4! e7! 16 ttJxh7!? 'it>xh7 1 7 g4 'fixb4 18 ttJe4 'fia3-+ . 32 9 ttJxd4 'fixd4 1 1 . ttJh6 The most common, but 1 1 . 0-0-0! looks even stronger: 12 ttJc3 (12 ttJxf7?? :tf8-+) 12 . f6! (12 ... d4) 13 exf6 (White blundered in one game by 13 ttJa4??
C7 tries to exploit the fact that Black's queen is not yet committed to b6 and so can hit e5; this may also lure White's pieces to the wrong squares. 32 6 ... f6 Some readers will not be comfort able with the . . lDge7-g6 ideas shown above. As an alternative I present a repertoire with 6 . f6, which was rec- 33 Play the French 8 � f4 The most successful move thus far. e1 tries to defend e5 tactically, when Black has two effective re sponses: (a) 8 . . fxe5 9 ctJxe5 ctJxe5 10 dxe5 0-0-0. g4 ctJh6!?
B6!? tb5 0-0-0;; (b) 3 'iWe2 will sometimes transpose into 2 'iWe2, but White must also deal with lines like 3 . . i.. c 5!? tg2 b6! intending . . i.. a6) 4 . . �f6 5 dxe6 i.. x e6 (5 . . 0-0!? e3 i.. xe3 7 fxe3 �c6 8 �f3 'ile7 with the idea . . 0-0-0 and . . he8, soon forcing central concessions. 11 3 ... 12 3 .. c5 . �f6 4 �gf3 4 g3 again intends to leave White's options open, for example, 4 . . g2 and 6 f4) takes Black out of the system he wants. Black could try 4 . . dxe4 5 dxe4 e5 here, but then the fl bishop can still develop along the fl -a6 diagonal in conjunc tion with attacks of the e-pawn.
1234 Modern End-Game Studies by Melissa A. Sutherland