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4 Responses

  1. Hello Boris!
    I have studied your lesson about Benko-gambit. Very interesting. Sometime I meet players that are very defensive. How do you play if white in his 3:e move play e3 or Nf3?

  2. Björn Modéer (from Sweden), on September 3rd, 2008 at 9:03 pm Said: Edit Comment
    Hello Boris!
    I have studied your lesson about Benko-gambit. Very interesting. Sometime I meet players that are very defensive. How do you play if white in his 3:e move play e3 or Nf3?

    Hello! 3.e3 leads to the equal game after 3…g6
    3.Nf3 cd 4.Nd4 e5! 5.Nb5 d5! 6.cd Bc5 – According the theory Black is getting full compensation for a pawn .

  3. Hello Boris!

    I´ve just finished your great lessons about the “4 Knights Rubinstein”. In the end of lesson # 3 you said that a lesson # 4 will follow in which you will present another famous games and more modern ideas of this opening. But until now I cannot find a lektion # 4. Would you please tell me if it is just not there or am I just not able to find it. And if it is not there, can you tell when it will come?

    Thank you very much for you answer.

    Best regards

    Detlef

  4. Hi Boris,

    Do you provide one to one coaching or group coaching? I am looking for a coach for my son 16 years old FIDE rating 1927. We are from Malaysia. Need your advise?

    Regards

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