BENKO GAMBIT PDF

JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. In this modern era, Black players tend to prefer solid, computer-approved openings. Perunovic wanted therefor to present a completely new approach for Black. When he started playing the Benko 10 years ago, it was a very good choice for open tournaments and weaker opponents, since it leads to an active game for Black. In time, he started using it against strong players as well, and came to realise that the opening was entirely applicable at even top levels.

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Our November Chess Life infographic honors the legacy of Pal Benko by sketching the evolution of his most famous creation, the Benko Gambit. Here, in this extended web extra, we expand upon what appears in our memorial issue, giving some more details about the six positions provided there. In the 80s and 90s people began trying to find advantages by declining the gambit. Here Dlugy tries 5. Eventually theory settled on 5…e6 as a good response, and while 5.

Around Qe2 was discovered in the Fianchetto line. The idea is to put the knight on b5, the rook on a3, etc. Avrukh replaced his original recommendation in GM Repertoire 1. Black focuses on development and postpones decisions about the a6-pawn. Great stuff, John! My advanced students will really enjoy this too! Email Address. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Position 1: Taimanov vs.

You must activate JavaScript to enhance chess diagram visualization. Nc3 Bxa6 7. Bxa6 Nxa6 9. Nf3 Bg7 O-O Nd7 Bf4 O-O Qe2 Qc7 Rfc1 Rfb8 Rab1 Bxc3 Rxc3 Qa5 Nd2 Nc7 Ra3 Qb6 Rxa8 Rxa8 Be3 Ra4 Rc1 Nd4 Bxd4 cxd4 Nf3 Nf6 Qc2 Ra5 Nd2 d3 Qc7 Qxb2 Qc3 Qxc3 Rxc3 Rxd5 Rc1 g5 Kf1 gxh4 Ra1 f5 Kxd3 Rxf2 Kc4 f4 Kd5 Kf5 Kc6 f3 Nc3 d6 5.

Nf3 O-O 8. Be2 a6 9. O-O Bxa6 Nxa6 Bg5 Rb8 Qd2 Re8 Rab1 Qa5 Rfc1 Nc7 Bh6 Bf6 Qc2 Reb8 Nd2 R3b7 Nc4 Qa6 Qa4 Qxa4 Nxa4 Nb5 Kf1 Bg7 Be3 Ra8 Rxb1 dxc5 Nab6 Rb8 Rxb6 Rxb6 Nxb6 Nb3 Ke2 Bc3 Kd3 Ba5 Qc7 Re1 Nbd7 Bxa6 Rxa6 Qe2 Rfa8 Bg5 Ne8 Bd2 Na4 Nxa4 Rxa4 Bc3 Bxc3 Qd3 Qa6 Qd2 Rxa2 Rxa2 Qxa2 Nxd2 dxe5 Rxe5 Kf8 Nb3 c4 Kh2 Nf6 Ne4 Nd7 Rg5 Ra2 Rg4 f5 Rf4 Nb6 Ng5 Nxd5 Rd4 Nb6 Nd4 Na4 Rc8 Nxc3 Rxc4 Nd5 Kh1 Rf2 You must activate JavaScript to enhance chess game visualization.

Nc3 Bg7 7. Nf3 d6 9. Nd2 Bxa6 Qe2 Nfd7 Nc4 f5 Nxb6 Qxb6

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Our November Chess Life infographic honors the legacy of Pal Benko by sketching the evolution of his most famous creation, the Benko Gambit. Here, in this extended web extra, we expand upon what appears in our memorial issue, giving some more details about the six positions provided there. In the 80s and 90s people began trying to find advantages by declining the gambit. Here Dlugy tries 5. Eventually theory settled on 5…e6 as a good response, and while 5. Around Qe2 was discovered in the Fianchetto line.

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Benko Gambit

The Benko Gambit or Volga Gambit is a chess opening characterised by the move The idea of sacrificing a pawn with Possibly the first to use the now-standard move order 1. This name is derived from the Volga River after an article about Beginning in the late s, this opening idea was also promoted by Hungarian-American grandmaster Pal Benko , who provided many new suggestions and published his book The Benko Gambit in The name Benko Gambit stuck and is particularly used in English-speaking countries.

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Hi, I thought I would write a short piece on the Benko Gambit with some example games. It is a respected opening played at the highest level, all the top players have at times either played it as black or played against it as white, so it's worth knowing a bit about the opening. It's an opening I have been experimenting with a bit in bullet games as it seems to be easy to play for black and gives white a few issues on the queenside. For those of you unfamiliar with the gambit it starts 1. Well on recapturing the a pawn in the next few moves he will have semi open files for both rooks and by fianchettoing his black bishop he can get long term pressure on white's queenside. This often leads to recapturing the gambitted pawn and more. Depending on white's sixth move black might stop white castling normally, for instance,

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