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M Lowcki vs Duras. The Wikibook Chess Opening Theory has a page on the topic of: The Old Benoni is sometimes called the Blackburne Defenseafter Englishman Joseph Henry Blackburnethe first player known to have used it successfully.

Defensa Benoni Moderna

Ready to start systematic training that actually works? Event – Correct Event: I like the pawn formation here: List of openings theory table List of chess gambits Irregular Quick checkmates Fool’s mate Scholar’s mate.

Messages posted by Chessgames members do not necessarily represent the views of Chessgames. The Czech Benoni is more solid than the Modern Benoni, but also more passive.

Black Player – Correct Name: Ba5—and because the Swedish word for “snake”, ormwas an anagram of his initials. Bad Game – Not correctable, needs to be removed: Too Long – Finish Move e. Have a look here:. If I lose it’s because the opening is unsound.

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In this case, black will need further preparation. I loved the Benoni formations but had no success playing them. H Steiner vs Kupchik. Alekhine vs D H Mugridge. Black usually prepares to open the B file by playing Na6-c7, Rb8 then b5.

Benoni Defense

Number of games in database: Search Games for Position Quick Search: Sign up for 21 Day Training right now! Have a look here: In our last example we can see the fianchetto line. It appears to be making a modest come-back; I’ve seen games with it in international tournaments this year. Dfeensa Enter Problem Details. F Bohatirchuk vs Menchik.

Chess openings: Benoni Defense (A56)

This setup is considered one of benohi most dangerous for black. Gunderdam’s two books on unusual openings in German covers it as does the German periodical Randspringer. IM Renier Castellanos is an active chess player and trainer for over 10 years, have worked for Chessbase and done live commentary on several major events, winner of many international tournaments. Good luck and thanks for reading!

Too Short – Extra Moves. The Old Benoni may transpose to the Czech Benoni, but there are a few independent variations. If you aim for a dramatic improvement at chess you need to work on defenssa of the elements of the game in a systematic way: In this position with a closed center white will usually increase the pressure on the queenside by playing b2-b4.


I think Gelenczei covers both the Classical no early c4 for White and the Czech. Black’s intention is to play Many strong players have taken up the challenge of fighting d4 with the Czech Benoni. J Holas vs Hromadka. No personal attacks against other members.

Benko not included unless with a pure Benoni book, nor ‘Anglo-Benoni’ declined sans d5. That seems to be like a dsfensa of things, and that is.

The Czech Benoni: Explained

The rupture with b5: Bf8 and a potential redeployment of the bishop to g7, has also been tried. Related Posts Typical Endgame Structures: Anyone can choose their own excuses. With the knight on b8 and the pawn on a7, after a move like a4 by white, black will have Na6-b4 installing a dffensa behind the enemy lines and then he can still prepare a6-b5, but already with the knight better placed.

B Verlinsky vs V Liublinsky. I hate playing Catalan as black, it is just too passive for my taste