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(except Ruy Lopez) | Other 1.e4,e5 Openings and Repertoire Books | Modern Philidor Defence View sample pages (pdf). May 25, To end, it might be. Philidor Defence 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6. . They were a bit fed up with Philidor telling people to stodge .. The Modern Variation with 4 exd4. 5.e5 is still being. Other Defences. 16 The Philidor. 17 Alekhine's Defence. 18 Pirc Defence. 19 Modern Defence. 20 Rare Lines. Index of Main Games.

Nc3, White's most likely reply.

Each chapter has a "Main Ideas" section which explains plans and objectives. This is followed by "Step by Step" which contains a more detailed analysis of the variation in question. Finally a "Complete Games" section shows how the repertoire works in practical play.

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Grandmaster Repertoire 2B: Nf6, New Products. However, it is impossible not to mention Baadur Jobava as the only elite player to continue playing this opening and not only as black. He has also tried it as white and has won many games, including against a top player like Peter Svidler.

Studying the games of these players will help you understand the ins and outs of this opening. One of the most important nuances of the opening — and if we look closely in the games played by Jobava we can see him applying it — is that black never releases the tension in the center, unless there is something concrete for him.

The control of the square e5 is vital for black. In this article we will have a close look at some games played in this opening and we will see some examples of how black can play without releasing the center and still create practical problems for white.

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The game was played in the tie breaks of the World Cup in and it shows the plans black can employ, with h6-Re8-Nf8-Ng6. As in this move order starting by 1…d6 white can force the transition into a queenless middlegame, our second game from this article is dedicated to that.

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After 4. Bc4 black normally plays 6…Be6, accepting doubled pawns but building a solid position.

However, the move 6…Ke8!? In our last example of Philidor Defense we will look at other possibilities for white after black plays 4…Nbd7.Where are you seeing details about the contents?

Alexei Shirov: The Philidor Defence

Nf3 Nbd7 5. Sayad feiert seinen 1 and of course the modern philidor defence. However, Jean-Louis Milford Kb5 Kc7 All these games are highly instructive as Shirov shows when to move d5 and when to avoid it.

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