Ein giftiges Repertoire gegen die Aljechin-Verteidigung

A poisonous repertoire against the Alekhine Defense

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The Alekhine Defense is a rather rare guest in tournament chess, perhaps unjustly. Practice shows that Black is well armed against the main variations. This is where the author duo Luther/Jordan come in and, after the opening moves 1.e4 Nf6 2. e5 Nd5 3. d4 d6, suggest a poisonous response: 4.Bc4. In this way, White avoids the main lines, some of which have been analyzed in depth in theory, and tries to maintain a healthy position with attacking opportunities. In their presentation, the two authors deal with the responses ...Nb6, ...dxe5, ...c6 and ...e6 and show how the player who moves first can play for an advantage and put the opponent under pressure with "poisonous" moves. An attacking repertoire for the white player that is easy to learn in practice!