GRUNFELD DEFENCE PDF

Instead black tries to attack the center with this minor pieces from the sides and then once the foundation is in place, then looks to undermine the center control that white usually has. There are three main lines in the Grunfeld Defense. The exchange variation is the main line and is what most players study for when approaching the Grunfeld Defense. Black allows white to completely dominate the center with his pawns while black focuses all his energy on the d4 square. Instead of using his spacial advantage in the center, white is forced to respond to the threat on d4 and focus all his energy on defending the d4 pawn. With all the pawns and pieces aimed at the center early on with no other strategy in mind, things can quickly turn for the worst if one of the sides looses focus.

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Instead black tries to attack the center with this minor pieces from the sides and then once the foundation is in place, then looks to undermine the center control that white usually has. There are three main lines in the Grunfeld Defense.

The exchange variation is the main line and is what most players study for when approaching the Grunfeld Defense. Black allows white to completely dominate the center with his pawns while black focuses all his energy on the d4 square. Instead of using his spacial advantage in the center, white is forced to respond to the threat on d4 and focus all his energy on defending the d4 pawn.

With all the pawns and pieces aimed at the center early on with no other strategy in mind, things can quickly turn for the worst if one of the sides looses focus.

For those white players that do not like to defend and instead like to attack, attack, attack, the Russian variation allows white to give up the potential strong pawn center and instead get his queen involve and keep the pressure on black. It is deadly in the right hands and can many times halt a very well trained d4 player. Twitter Youtube. Shop Cart Sign in Join Menu. Watch the video below to watch an explanation of the Grunfeld Defense.

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Grunfeld Defense

One of the most popular defenses for black today against 1. Nigel Short is another Grandmaster who has briefly used it with good results against Jonathan Speelman in the Candidates match in London in However, it has not always been this popular, as it contradicts the general rules of chess. From a very early age, we are being explained the importance of the center. The Grunfeld Defense does exactly the opposite, relying on the modern concept of attacking the center from afar.

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What do you think about the Grunfeld Defense?

If I can get opinions of players rated and lower, what do you think of it if you play it or play against it. I am fine if white deviates from the Grunfeld Nf3 etc. I feel that the Grunfield's opening lines are dangerous for Black, usually giving White an advantage, but I find that if Black survives he gets a fantastic endgame. If you play the Grunfield, you need to know the lines, which fits your description of sharp. Also, sharpen up your endgame, you don't want to scre up a good endgame.

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Black offers White the possibility of cxd5, when after Nxd5 White further gets the opportunity to kick the black knight around with e4, leading to an imposing central pawn duo for White. If White does not take the d5-pawn, Black may eventually play In classical opening theory this imposing pawn centre was held to give White a large advantage, but the hypermodern school, which was coming to the fore in the s, held that a large pawn centre could be a liability rather than an asset. The first instance of this opening is in an game by Moheschunder Bannerjee , an Indian player who had transitioned from Indian chess rules, playing Black against John Cochrane in Calcutta, in May Garry Kasparov often used the defence, including in his World Championship matches against Anatoly Karpov in , and , and Vladimir Kramnik in Nf3 Nf6 2.

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