The Panov–Botvinnik Attack begins with the move 4.c4. It is named after Vasily Panov and the world. B13 – Caro-Kann, Panov-Botvinnik attack: 1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. exd5 cxd5 4. c4. Search the chess games database, download games, view frequent practitioners . B14 – Caro-Kann, Panov-Botvinnik attack, 5 e6: 1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. exd5 cxd5 4. c4 Nf6 5. Nc3 e6. Search the chess games database, download games, view.
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This line is considered to offer equal chances, and was tried by Bobby Fischer. Be7, once the most common line. These variations can be sharp and dynamic.
The Wikibook Chess Opening Theory has a page on the topic of: Nc3 was played by Bobby Ahtack in his youth, but has since declined in popularity. I told you this before, and sadly here is the same case: Players with attractive female avatars congrandolor 17 min ago. Can anybody with caro-kann experience suggest a line for me to play?
B13: Caro-Kann, Panov-Botvinnik attack
Panov Attack is the best book ever written on this anti-Caro system. The Panov often leads to double-edged positions where White has isolated queen’s pawn in exchange for fluid piece-play and general activity. Nd2 has increased in popularity to avoid the Gurgenidze Variation 3.
At one time named after the first world champion Wilhelm Steinitznowadays the variation is variously referred to as the Smyslov Variation after the seventh world champion Vasily Smyslov who played a number of notable games with it, the Karpov Variation, after the twelfth world champion Anatoly Karpovin whose repertoire it appeared quite often, or, most commonly, the Modern Variation.
This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. I appreciate your recommendation of Schandorff’s book on the Caro-Kann.
I was faced with that question myself early in my tournament chess “career”.
White chooses here whether the struggle will be sharp tactical encounter or quiet strategical “debate”. So, I was more than a bit excited when Caro-Kann Defence: As I said I am not sure what this is actually called. Is the open file the compensation black gets after qxe5 xg5 qxg5? Schandorff calls it the “pseudo-Panov”, Houska “Panov’s little brother”.
On the other hand, I treated 1. Of course years of experience playing the QGD has helped, I think.
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Not keen on this. But I did the sensible thing instead: Views Crao Edit View history. It would be helpful if anybody can tell me any other crucial lines that I should know about.
Personally I’m not scared of those lines at all as Black. Black makes very few compromises in pawn structure and plays a timely Black prepares to fianchetto the bishop on g7, creating pressure against Cato d4-pawn.
And there’s still more.
Nc3 Classical and Modern variations3. This looks more like a queen’s gambit than most e4 stuff. Log In or Join. In the Caro-Kann Panov-Botvinnik Attack which move tends to lead to the most solid, positional, slow, closed, and quiet positions: For instance in the Carlsbad, as Black I would cxro a minority attack on the Q-side in favor of f6 and e5.
Bh5 is playable but Black must be careful.
Round 6, the final, is from November 19th to 22nd, starting at The Gurgenidze Variation is 1. Aug 25, 1. Thus, instead of repeating this very topical position in the 1. Qd6 may be best 8. Horatio Caro and Marcus Kann. Here lines are very sharp.