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  Four knights: Rubinstein counter-gambit, exchange variation

standingforafriend

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Iran
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Tue Jun 21 2005 7:01AM | MsgID: 2220143


trhx for your comment guys I invite you to read the annotation i did after that game " the weirdest game i ve evr played"



Earl of Norfolk

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Tue Jun 21 2005 2:05AM | MsgID: 2219176


This is the variation I play as White, as the variations beginning with 5 Ba4 are a bit too scary.



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Belgium
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Mon Jun 20 2005 8:55PM | MsgID: 2217799


hi,

I think e5xd4 is the better way to keep the balance of the position.
c7-c6 can protect d5 but it s not a great move.
a7-a6 is jst a little move of defense !!

Best wishes and thx to leroisdesjeux for the choice of this variation's study
Fred (Sandeman_be)



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Iran
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Mon Jun 20 2005 6:45PM | MsgID: 2217193


I wish to discuss and study the following opening: Four knights: Rubinstein counter-gambit, exchange variation which arises after the following moves:

Moves: 1.e2e4 e7e5 g1f3 b8c6 b1c3 g8f6 f1b5 c6d4 f3d4








Analyse position



Feedback welcome from all

Best wishes
leroidesjeux