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THE RUY LOPEZ. It starts: 1. e2-e4 e7-e5. 2. Ng1-f3 Nb8-c6. 3. Bf1-b5. XABCDEFGH. 8r+lwqkvlntr. 7zppzpp+pzpp'. 6-+n+-+-+&. 5+L+-zp-+-%. 4-+-+P+- +$. Download free Ruy Lopez: Move by Move (Everyman Chess) pdf. Avalon Shorts PDF Sewing Pattern for Women Women's Sewing Patterns, Women's. The Ruy Lopez Opening, 1.e4 e5 myavr.info3 Nc6. myavr.info5, is old, highly regarded, and highly analyzed. It is White's most logical attempt to continue the attack started.

Ne5 Bf5 Nd2 h4 Ne4 Bb8 Bd7 Black has an interesting idea of bringing the queen to f5. Qf5 The double attack is winning.

Ruy Lopez Variations

Nc1 h5 Kxg2 f5 I like the black knight.. Qe2 f5 Nf3 Qh5 Biel Nxg4 Bxf4 Qg2 Qh5 Rxe1 f6 This loses.. Qf1 White quickly tries to trade down. Nf3 g4 Ng1 Development is a little awkward for White.

Kxf1 Rae8 Mate in two is threatened. Nd3 Bf3 Rfe8 Bf4 Be4 Rac1 Qh5 Rxd6 Otherwise Black gets the diagonal open for the c8-bishop for nothing. Be3 Rfe8 A3 Bc1 Bxg3! Very imaginative play.

Ruy Lopez Exchange

Nc5 Re2 Linares Bd2 Bg4 Ne6 Re8 Nd2 A normal move like this is not so good. A-Fernandez Siles. Kf1 Bxe3 Bg4 Black develops with tempo. Qh5 The pressure is on Black is prove something of value for the pawn..

White will dearly miss the light-squared bishop. Re1 Bh3 A great interference move.. Qh5 Black seeks to do some reshuffling. Bxd5 Rh6 Qf3 Bg4 In the other line with White will cruise into an endgame a pawn up.

Qf1 White challenges the nest the black queen has made on h3. Naranjo Moreno. Qf2 Nd5 The bishop may come to h3.

Qf3 Rfe6 Bxd5 White gets rid of the black knight while giving Black the bishoppair. Nf1 Bxf1 Kf1 Bh3 Qg2 Rfe8 Rec1 Bh3 Ke2 White is up a piece. Nd2 White also develops. We are nearing the critical stage. Qh1 Qf5 Bf4 does not work here. Rh6 Qg2 Rf6 As we will see.

Rxe3 Rf6 White is finished. Kg2 Rae8 It's easy for White to drift and let Black take over.. Black brings another piece into the game and prepares a rook lift.. Keep in mind that White is up a pawn and will be playing conservatively.. Qf1 Qh5 Qd3 White prepares a possible Qf1 defense and gets the queen off the back row.

Nf1 This move Tbilisi Ne5 Bb5 Bd1 Bxd1 Bd2 Rfe8 Unfortunately Black has lost the light-squared bishop. Kxh2 Bxd3 Rxc6 Nxe3 Ra6 Kf8 Rec1 Be2 The kingside looks suddenly abandoned so White opts for a trade of queens although giving the pawn back to Black. Nxc6 Bxc6 Bb3 Rd8 The danger is that it distracts the white pieces from the queenside. Rexd1 f5 On the other hand.

Raxc6 Rxc6 Bd1 White gets the light-squared bishop over to defend the kingside.. Bc7 Ng5 Re2 Ra7 f6?! This allows a tactical sequence. Bc4 Bxe3 Qf5 Black continues to guard the h3-bishop and prevents the queen from going to d3.

Bh3 The bishop takes over the light squares on the white kingside Qe2 It looks to me like White is under pressure on the e-file.

Qf1 White guards the king.. Qf3 Qg6 This is a complicated position. Rb6 Ke7 Nxc4 Bb4 Qd2 Nxe3 Two bishops are much stronger than the rook.

Black targets the center.

Qf2 Rfe8 Ng4 This is better when Black should move the bishop to g5. This is an unexpected break. Peter Leko and Vladimir Kramnik. Rb2 Rd3 Look in the databases and you will find Aronian. The Marshall Attack is tough for both sides because White has to deal with the attack while Black has to justify being down a pawn. Bf3 Ra3 I included more complete games than I usually do because the variation itself is long: Bb3 Rc3 Bxe6 fxe6. Be2 Re3 Kf3 cxd4 Kh4 Rf2 0—1 Smeets. Nf3 White is trying to get organized.

So if a game goes thirty-five moves.

J — Bacrot. Black combined the tactic with positional pressure and squeezed out a win. Rf2 Bd4 Monte Carlo Even if they are only using it to draw.

Bb3 Nxe3 And like the other tactics we have seen. Rxe5 Bd1 Ke7 Both sides have chances for interesting chess and I recommend the Marshall Attack if you are willing to put in the work to study it.

Be4 h5 Kh3 Bg1 Kg2 Rxc3 When researching the attack I was surprised at how many top level players have assayed it at one time or another. Qf3 White can try to get out of the pin on the e-file. The idea seems to be that is White's tied up. Bf4 Black keeps up the pressure by attacking the pinned piece. I will show the rest of a game between two elites. More importantly it is helpful to see how strong players play the position.

Rxe5 Rxe5 Kxf2 f6 Marshall Attack [C89] This game featured a great tactic. Kh1 Bc7 Kg2 g6 Since the kingside is reasonably guarded at this point. Rad1 dxc3 Qxa6 Bxg3 Bb5 a6 4.

Black gets distracted by a chance to win material. White does not defend the pawn because of the same reason Black does not take the pawn: Black has definite compensation.

White can afford to give one pawn back As I was told by my coach and as I tell the kids I coach. Kxg2 Bxd Rxe5 c6 Be3 Here we have development. Qh5 Black can better exert pressure with the queens on the board Black has the bishop-pair and control of the light squares. Now Black is the one who is scuttling backwards. Nxe5 Nxe5 Re1 b5 Black was down two pawns!

So Black still has a material deficit with greatly decreased pressure. Qc6 Bh3 Qg2 White flies immediately back to defend the kingside and avoids the.. Bh3 Bb3 0—0 8. Bxg3 discovered tactic. Bb8 Ra5 Bd7. Bxd3 I like Bacrot's move so much better. Re1 Bf5 Ba4 Nf6 White is up two pawns with no queenside developed..

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Kh8 Black moves and avoids pinning himself. If it weren't for Bacrot's preparation.. Bg4-f3 is no longer good. Rd7 At this point Black may have been preparing the surprise The open lines against the king and the bishop-pair make this a good choice. For the exchange Black gets open files and murderous play on the light squares. Qxd7 White hardly has a choice..

The maneuver.. Be6 Bf4 A double attack: Qb7 White defends on the long diagonal. Bb6 White stopped. If Kh1 Bg4! Qh1 White chooses this ugly square over other choices because of light-square problems.. White has to keep an eye on f3. The rook may also swing over to f7.

Be5 Bg4 Bf4 Now the bishop-pair are going to wreak havoc.. Bxe3 Re8 Every piece must enter the attack. Re1 White has to defend the first rank. This is what was amazing to me: Black has to play moves like this while down material with no direct threats he is threatening the rook but that would not even balance material.

Bxe3 Black removes a defender with the light-squared bishop still in reserve. White can try to hang on to material at any cost. Be5 White can barely keep the balance. I like this move. Re7 This puts White's position in jeopardy. Bf4 Re3 Bxd4 Qd5 doesn't work well.. Rg8 Black needs the other pieces to attack. Kh1 Be5 Rxe1 Black could win back some material but it distracts focus from the main goal of attack and decreases pressure It keeps the defense and starts creating threats around the black king.

Bd4 White centralizes and starts a counterattack. Bxd2 Black gets a piece and removes a defender. Kf1 Qg2. Re3 Bxe3 Kh1 h6 Now the black rook is free to roam around.. Re7 Qg6 Kf1 Bh6 Black has secured his king. Re3 The bishops must be neutralized.. Bxe1 The second tactic of the game!

Rxg7 Qxg7 L Second Grand Slam Masters.. Qd2 Bilbao Ruy Lopez. White protects the squares around the king.. Re1 b5 7. A — Aronian.

Qe2 This would let Black repeat moves. Nf1 Besides Qf1 0—1 This was a nice tactical kill. White becomes too cramped. Bb3 0—0 Be5 Qe2 Nd2 Qh5 Kh7 Ba4 Nf6 5. Rxg4 fxg4 Be3 Bg4 Qd3 Rae8 Re7 Classic deflection. Qd3 Bf5. Re1 Qh4 Rg1 Bg4 Bf5 Black may want this square for the queen later. Bxg2 Qc2 Qg6 Black did not play here Qf5 because of Bf3 White brings the bishop around to guard the light squares. Qd1 Bg4 is the same kind of repetition Qf3 Re4 Ra2 Qe7 Kg2 Kh7 Rb2 Qxa3 Kh1 Rc2 Qg4 Bxg5 Kg2 Rh4 Rxe5 Rb8 Bxd1 Bb7 White has five pieces on the back row so Black is better.

Nxd5 Black recaptures and gets a knight in the center. Nxe5 Black would have a great game were it not for the hanging e5-pawn. Even so, by taking the pawn, White is not developing any pieces and leaves the rook on e5 open to attack. Nxe5 Black takes the knight as not to lose any time.

Rxe5 White now has a rook in the center, which is not where rooks usually belong. Nf6 was Marshall's original idea but it is not as good as Re1 Ng4 The attack looks fairly strong but it does not seem to work. Qf3 Nxf2 Bd2 Qxf2 is also pretty good. Bb7 Qxb7 Nd3 Re2 Qg3 Kf1 Nf4 Rf2 Qh2 Bxf4 Bxf4 Bd6 Re1 Bf5 Black focuses on the pawn on d3 as a target. Nd2 Nf4 Bxd3 Black could recapture the pawn and make the material even, but it might be better to keep up the pressure.

Nf3 Bg6 Ne4 Nxd3 Nxd6 Qxd6 This lets Black basically take over. Qg6 Now material is even and Black is just much better.

Rf1 Nxb2 Qd2 Nd3 A2 Qf3 Qh4 Bxd5 Nd2 Development is too slow in this situation. Rae8 Ne4 Bg4 Kxg2 f5 This does not actually win a piece because the knight on d5 is pinned after White recaptures dxe4. However White has weakened his king position and kingside pawns very much. Bf4 Now the rook on e1 is protected and the pin on the e4-knight is broken. Bxf4 Kg3 g5 A2a Bf4 This is a developing move but it gives the pawn back. Qxf4 Bxd3 Nd2 Rfe8 with equality. A2b Qxd5 Rad8 This transposes to the main line with the moves a4, ChessPublishing says this doesn't make a difference for the main line.

A2c Be3 This developing move makes more sense than Bxd3 Qxd5 So White did not actually give back the pawn. However Black is more active and White still has not developed on the queenside.

Rad8 Qg2 Qf3 Rfe8 Nd2 Qf5 Black no longer holds out for an attack but goes to an endgame where the bishop-pair are enough to offset the pawn deficit. Qxf5 Bxf5 Bd4 f6 Ne4 Bc7 Kf2 bxc3 Re2 Kf7 Rd1 h5 Bc5 Kg6 Bd4 Magnus Carlsen as White decided not to press for a win. Qf5 Nd2 Rfe8 Nf3 Be4 Nd4 Qd7 A2d Qxd5 Rad8 White has won another pawn at the cost of leaving the queenside undeveloped. We will look at this position in the first illustrated game. Re1 This transposes after Bxd5 This is the main alternative to the alternatives to the main line.

White seeks to trade material immediately since White is a pawn up. Black gets the bishop-pair. Re3 Qf3 Bb8 Nd2 g5 Ivanov tried this violent approach and it worked out alright. Qh5 g4 Nb3 f4 Re2 Bf5 Bd2 Bd6 Rae1 Ra7 Kh1 Rg7 Nc5 Qf7 Rg6 As well, Black can play Ra8-xa2 and get in on the queenside. Ne6 Bxe6 Rxe6 Rg6 R6e2 Rfg8 Rf1 a5 Be1 Re8 Rxe8 Kxe8 Bd2 h5 Kxg1 Ke7 Be1 Ke6 Bh4 Bc7 Kf2 Bb6 Ke2 Bc7 Bg5 Bd6 Kd3 Bc7 Kc2 Bd6 Bd8 Kd7 Bg5 Ke6 Kb1 Bc7 Ka2 Ke6 Kb2 Kf7 Kc3 Bd6 Kxc4 Ke6 Qh4 The bishop-pair count for a lot.

It was played by none other than Fischer. Nf6 Re1 Bg4 Qd3 c5 Qxd8 Raxd8 Bf4 h6 Na3 g5 Be3 Bxe3 Nc2 Re8 Ne3 Bf3 Bc2 Nd6 Bxe4 Bxe4 Kf1 Kf6 This is after all an attack. Re1 A Re2 This is awkward. Nd2 Bf5 Re1 Rae8 Qxe1 b4 Qd1 Be4 Qe2 h6 Bd1 Re8 Black is already a little better. Qf1 Qf5 Nh4 Qd7 Be3 Nd5 Bb3 g5!

Ng2 Bxg2 Qxg2 Nxe3 Qc2 Kg7 Rf1 f6 Qc4 Qe8 Qxb4 Bxg3 Kh2 Rg4 Re4 This does not make sense here. Bf5 Re1 Qh4 This is the same as the main line except Black has an extra Bf5 in. Qh4 The queen enters the attack and targets h2. Bxh3 Nd2 Re5 Bxe5 Kf1 Qxf2. Qh3 Black gets closer to the white king and takes over the weakened light squares. It is nice that White's light-squared bishop is over on the queenside. Be3 This is White's chance to breathe a little before Black starts throwing pieces at the king, so this decision point is very important.

Re4 is a main move as well. A move that has to be memorized. It prevents Rh4 and provides ammo for a possible Qe2 f5 Re6 f4! This was Anand's big novelty. It's tough to see because it apparently gives up a bishop for nothing and allows the trade of queens. The threats around the white king prove to be formidable enough. Rxd6 Otherwise Black gets the diagonal open for the c8-bishop for nothing.

Bg4 Kxf1 Rae8 Mate in two is threatened. Kg1 fxg3 At this point Black can only get a draw, but a thrilling game nonetheless. Very imaginative play. Be3 This loses. Rfe8 Rh6 g4 Kh1 Ree2 White can delay mate by seven moves.

Rxe3 Kh2 g4 Rxd5 , Ponomariov,R-Anand, Linares Qf5 The double attack is winning. A3 Qf1 White quickly tries to trade down. Kxf1 Bf5 Nd2 White can actually do this because if Black takes the exchange, White first gets the g-pawn, makes Black have weak pawns, and completes development easily. Nf3 g4 Ng1 Development is a little awkward for White. Ne2 Re6 Bxd5 cxd5 Be3 Rfe8 Red1 Be4 Nc1 h5 Nd3 Bf3 Re1 h4 Bf4 Be4 Ne5 Bf5 Nxg4 Bxf4 Rxe4 Otherwise Black will play Qf3 White tries to run over the kingside and defend.

Qg2 Qh5 Be3 Bh3 Bd1 Qxd1 Rxd1 Bxg2 Kxg2 f5 I like the black knight.

Nd2 c3 Nc4 Bxf4 Rd3 Rf5. Qe2 Unlike Qf3, there is no threat of winning a pawn on d5. Bd7 Black has an interesting idea of bringing the queen to f5. Be3 h5; we have seen the f-pawn and g-pawn get pushed, but this is the first time the h-pawn is part of the action. Nd2 h4 Qg2 Rae8 Rac1 Qh5 Ne4 Bb8 Bd2 Bg4 Jon Jacobs wrote in the fence described in this section are: July Chess Life p.

Nxd4 was reached 20 4. Bxc6 Exchange Variation times from Whites results were abysmal: 4. Max Euwe gives the pure pawn ending in this position as a win for White. Bb3 Na5 Norwegian Variation The exible 5. Bb3 Bb7 Caro Variation rious weapon in the s. Unlike 5. Bc5 Classical Defence Deferred Bg4, Qd6 the sharpest line, preparing queenside Qe7, Qf6 or A rare but playable Be6 or Be7 , the idea being that if White plays 6.

Nxe5, Black plays Qd4, forking the knight Nge7 Cozio Defence Deferred and the e4-pawn. The move Qd4, regaining the pawn It's tough to see because it apparently gives up a bishop for nothing and allows the trade of queens.. Since the kingside is reasonably guarded at this point, Black targets the center.

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