CHEBANENKO SYSTEM PDF

This week we shall study The Chebanenko Slav. This system is considered to be a super solid opening and the number of its followers seems to be growing fast. This system has become popular in the last few years thanks to the efforts of Grandmasters like Aronian, Kamsky, Karjakin, Malakhov who added this system to their repertoire and employed it successfully. In this system Black has a solid structure and calmly develops his pieces, sometimes even allowing White to gain a space advantage.

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Download PGN of August '07 1 d4 d5 games. Eljanov - Karjakin : A very closed and slightly boring position suddenly become sharp and complicated. Pavel Eljanov tried to counter Black's central pawn push in the most principled way but the interesting subsequent piece sacrifice, in the following diagram position, gave Sergey Karjakin reasonable compensation:.

In the endgame both sides played logically and the most likely result was always a draw, which did eventually happen, but only after White dropped a couple of pawns as Black failed to take advantage of this. However, Peter Leko equalised here rather easily and it seems difficult for White to get something more than a somewhat better but drawish endgame.

Ivanchuk - Nisipeanu : Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu came up with a surprising queen sacrifice for Black in a well-known position in the Vienna:. Capturing on e4 here was never considered seriously before, but in fact White's task wasn't so easy as Black builds a kind of fortress and only Vassily Ivanchuk's very precise play brought him the full point.

Onischuk - Jakovenko : This deep line in the Vienna is supposed to be harmless for black but he still has to be accurate. Here White introduced a novelty which did not change much, White was able to maintain not more than a very slight edge and the game reached a logical outcome.

Krush - Shabalov : Alexander Shabalov chose a side line and then came up with a novelty but failed to solve the problems. Then he underestimated the danger and a series of careless moves led to disaster - Irina Krush proved the superiority of her position by very simple means. Svidler - Karjakin : A rather complicated line of the Latvian Bayonet led to a complex position:. White sacrificed a pawn and got sufficient compensation, the somewhat creative play of both sides wasn't free from mistakes and after a series of exchanges the game simplified into a drawish ending.

If you have any questions, then please post a message at the 1 d4 d5 Forum , or subscribers can email me at ruslan chesspublishing. Pavel Eljanov tried to counter Black's central pawn push in the most principled way but the interesting subsequent piece sacrifice, in the following diagram position, gave Sergey Karjakin reasonable compensation: Black played the novelty White's chances seemed preferable but slightly slow play let Black gain full control of the position Chebanenko System QGA The Slow Slav Vienna Variation Botvinnik Variation Latvian Bayonet Anti-Meran - Latvian Bayonet [D45] Svidler - Karjakin : A rather complicated line of the Latvian Bayonet led to a complex position: White sacrificed a pawn and got sufficient compensation, the somewhat creative play of both sides wasn't free from mistakes and after a series of exchanges the game simplified into a drawish ending.

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The Chebanenko - still improved

Download PGN of August '07 1 d4 d5 games. Eljanov - Karjakin : A very closed and slightly boring position suddenly become sharp and complicated. Pavel Eljanov tried to counter Black's central pawn push in the most principled way but the interesting subsequent piece sacrifice, in the following diagram position, gave Sergey Karjakin reasonable compensation:. In the endgame both sides played logically and the most likely result was always a draw, which did eventually happen, but only after White dropped a couple of pawns as Black failed to take advantage of this. However, Peter Leko equalised here rather easily and it seems difficult for White to get something more than a somewhat better but drawish endgame. Ivanchuk - Nisipeanu : Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu came up with a surprising queen sacrifice for Black in a well-known position in the Vienna:. Capturing on e4 here was never considered seriously before, but in fact White's task wasn't so easy as Black builds a kind of fortress and only Vassily Ivanchuk's very precise play brought him the full point.

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A Head Start: Bologan on the improved Chebanenko

This move looks obscure and has never been very popular till recently, when its theory has grown rapidly. It is still not clear how White, who has already tried every possible continuation, can get a tangible advantage. This system looks dubious probably because Black plays a nondeveloping move, which however is actually rather useful in all Slav formations, preparing both standard queenside play with We can also note that Black is still not deprived of the possibility of developing his lightsquared Bishop to an active position on f5 or g4.

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Slav Defense

The Slav Defense is a chess opening that begins with the moves:. The Slav is one of the primary defenses to the Queen's Gambit. Although it was analyzed as early as , it was not until the s that it started to be explored extensively. Many masters of Slavic descent helped develop the theory of this opening, including Alapin , Alekhine , Bogoljubov , and Vidmar.

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