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The Czech Benoni: Explained
The so-called Czech Benoni Defense is one benoin the weapons black can use to fight 1. This defense is suitable for those looking to get their opponents into a closed, defesna position with chances for all three results.
Many strong players have taken up the challenge of fighting d4 with the Czech Benoni. Of course we should mention here many classical Grandmasters such as Victor Ciocaltea and Spyridon Skembris who employed it in several occasions.
In this position with a closed center white will usually increase the pressure on the queenside by playing b2-b4. Both of them are the main source of counterplay for black and if he is unable to execute any of them he might be in danger of being too crammed and passive. In this case, black will need further preparation. Black usually prepares to open the B file by playing Na6-c7, Rb8 then b5. The moves Bd7 or a6 can be inserted depending on the position.
Also possible is to play Ne8-c7, Bd7 and b5. The reason for all this is to avoid playing a6 quickly with the knight still on b8 because in this case white plays a2-a4 and the black queenside is shut forever. With the knight on b8 and the pawn on a7, after a move like a4 by white, black will have Na6-b4 installing a knight behind the enemy lines and then he can still prepare a6-b5, but already with the knight better placed.
Click here to start your training using the day-by-day program. This is another typical plan for black to increase his control over the dark squares on the bsnoni. Therefore, bwnoni needs a B plan and h5-h4 followed by Nd7-f8-g6 or Nh5-Bg5 are typical ideas.
This setup is considered one of the most dangerous for black. Developing in classical style with short castle, white aims for a regular kingside initiative with b2-b4.
In this scenario black should focus mainly on f7-f5 and kingside play. Bd3, Nf3 or Nge2, then h3 and g4. Main idea is to stop f7-f5 for good. You must understand the ideas behind the opening and try to apply them. After all, the schemes are very similar.
In our last example we can see the fianchetto line. The game between the grandmasters Gajewski,G and Andreikin,D shows the interesting and double edged play that arises from this setup. Here white developed with Nf3, but it is also possible to develop via e2.
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Have a look here:. We hope our readers have now a wider understanding of the Czech Benoni and will give it a try over the board in future tournaments. Good luck and thanks for reading! If you want to improve your chess level, you need to have a clear study plan.
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Highest FIDE rating IM Renier Castellanos is an active chess player and trainer for over 10 years, have worked for Chessbase and done live commentary on several major events, winner of many international tournaments. The rupture with b5: Ready to start systematic training that actually works? Main setups for white: Classical Developing in classical style with short castle, white aims for a regular kingside initiative with b2-b4.
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