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The Gurgenidze Variation is 1. Here is a brilliancy illustrating White’s attacking chances when the players castle on opposite sides in the Classical Variation:.
Bh5 is playable but Black must be careful. Radsheer, simultaneous exhibition Chess openings in chess.
Karpov playing Caro-Kann Defense (B12) as Black
Qe2 with a huge advantage for White. The Caro—Kann is a common defence against the King’s Pawn Opening and is classified as a ” Semi-Open Game ” like the Sicilian Defence and French Defencealthough it is thought to be more solid and less dynamic than either of those openings.
This page was last edited on 13 Decemberat The famous last game of the Deep Blue versus Garry Kasparov rematch where Kasparov committed a known blunder and lost was played in this very line.
The Hillbilly Attack,   1. Nc6 is necessary 8. Nevertheless, GM Simon Williams has experimented with this move, following it up by gambiting the pawn with After the moves 1.
Black’s logical and probably best reply is Bf5 while still developing This variation sets a trap: Karpov pragmatically achieved an entirely safe position with White having a slight space advantage but also a slightly overextended position.
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However, throughout his career — especially later — he used the Caro-Kann very often, and his name is closely associated with it. It was used by Mikhail Botvinnik in his match versus Mikhail Tal though with a negative outcome for Botvinnik — two draws and a loss. Fang, 7th Foxwoods Open In particular, he infused it with his own particular personality.
Karpov did not usually aim to win the game in the opening, and while he certainly worked hard on chess, he did not seek victory in a deep novelty in some sharp variation. Other lines are ineffective or doubtful. He often does not mind getting a small theoretical disadvantage, as long as the opponent faced a difficult task.
Interesting, though probably insufficient is Nc3 g6 ; however, some players choose to allow it.
Caro–Kann Defence – Wikipedia
Black makes very few compromises in pawn structure and plays a timely Marcus Kann, Hamburg Chessgames. However, this freedom comes at a cost as White enjoys added freedom in taking up space in the centre, and often plays the aggressive 5. Although in the above games we see Karpov using the current main line move, Bf5 variation that follows with 1.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Nf3, when Black’s main alternatives are He did not compete in any tournaments as the world champion.
Despite basically “inheriting” the title without a match for the first time since Botvinnik, Karpov fully proved himself worth of the title by defeating Viktor Korchnoi in two matches and also amassing an enormous record of tournament wins.
Nd2 karpo increased in popularity to avoid the Gurgenidze Variation 3. Ndf6, packing the kingside with pieces. The Retreat Line Viktor Korchnoi has played In particular, he mostly preferred to use those openings in his matches against Garry Kasparov.
The Two Knights Variation 1. The “true” Exchange Variation begins with 4. Bf5, he is well-known for frequently using the move