By Lev Gutman
The 1st in a proposed sequence of 3 books concerning the Scotch video game. Many books were written approximately this chess establishing yet such a lot simply disguise previous research and reproduce video games from a database. This ebook is individual via its high quality and unique research, making it a 'must purchase' merchandise for membership and match gamers. A former moment of Viktor Korchnoi, the writer can be referred to as a very good professional on starting thought.
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C5 ? ll::J c8 9. Wxd2 fxe6 was OK foc Black, Schmidt - Wittelsberger, Germany 1993) 8 ... ie7 (9 ... ib2 �g6? c5! 0-0, Melchor - Schwertel , corr 1 992, 16 ... Whl �5 with perpetual) 10 ... ig6 also has its drawback s. gx0 ?! l:�b l gd8) 15 ... 'ffa3 (or 19 .. c5 �xe4! gd l !? c7, F. id3 ixe4 ( 10 ... f5 ? gdl ?! , Mueller - Fischer, Germany 199 1 , 14 ... 'ffxe4 ( 1 2 ... fxe4?! g. �e2, Tseitlin/Giaskov, or 1 3 ... id2 b6) 15 ... �0. 'ffe7 (9... , Mueller, 8 ... 0-0-0 secure a plus for White, Gutman.
Dl is an insipid alternative in view of 7 ... Wel ll::lb4 13 .. if6, Zoeschling Mansfield, corr 1 99 5 . ll::Jc6? 0, Allison - Shaw, Southend 2000 . ie3 looks like a less er evil, although Borik gives 9 .. tg6 10. m, Copenha gen 1 943, continued 9 ... ib l ! ll::J f4 ! c5 ? ll::J c8 9. Wxd2 fxe6 was OK foc Black, Schmidt - Wittelsberger, Germany 1993) 8 ... ie7 (9 ... ib2 �g6? c5! 0-0, Melchor - Schwertel , corr 1 992, 16 ... Whl �5 with perpetual) 10 ... ig6 also has its drawback s. gx0 ?!
Ixg4 il:lf2) 1 3 ... e4 !? ixh2 ( l l ... g. 13 ... �f5. 0-0 !? g3 il:lxg3 looks quite cheeky. c5, Tseitlin/Giaskov, I9 ... d7 ( 1 3 ... �e2 0-0 I 6 .. �. xc4 22 . 0-0-0! he8, Arduini - Lotti, corr 1986) 16 . . �fB ! (Less advisable is 1 6 ... e3 ! �d6 might be more effective. e3+ is also quite Gutman; 44 promising for White, for example 1 8 ... IDI3 li:JxfS 2 1 ltxh4, Lotti - Nicolosi, corr 1 986, or 1 8 .. gS ! offers more chances, 14 ... li:Jg4 ! f2 may well be even stronger, viz. �c3! li:Je6+ or 1 6 ...
4 . . . Qh4 in the Scotch Game by Lev Gutman