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A abertura da senhora do jogo no to importante como no jogo de xadrez.

xadrez, voc deve saber um monte de linhas


tericas de ser capaz de jogar ao mais alto nvel. No nosso jogo, temos mais liberdade de escolher o que tocar.
No entanto, necessrio ter algum conhecimento de aberturas populares. Isto vai poupar muito tempo.
Os objetivos da abertura do jogo so:
- Obteno de um jogo interessante,
- Orientao do jogo para um tipo de jogo em que voc excel,
- Tenha um jogo que voc sabe,
No estamos interessados na troca de peas, por isso, vamos abordar apenas os contornos de aberturas.
Esta seo dar uma viso geral das aberturas mais populares, mas no h muito a aprender sobre aberturas. Se voc quiser saber mais,
voc pode olhar para si mesmo, ou visite o website em http:/Frits Luteijn / home.kpn.nl / Dammen /. Existem muitas teorias sobre as
aberturas em seu site.

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Aberturas de ndice

Aberturas no jogo

1. 32-28

Introduo
Jogue uma abertura depende do tipo de jogo que voc prefere
jogar. Algumas pessoas gostam de jogar jogos clssicos e seu
jogo de estria ser conseguir peas clssico. Outros preferem
outro jogo e continuar uma direo para obter um qui atraente e
moderno. E, claro, os jogadores que gostam de posies de
bloqueio tentam obter este tipo de jogo exemplos tornar isso
mais concreto.

1.1) 1 ... 19-23 Variante de simetria


1.2 )orientao
1.3) Variante Roozenburg
1.4) Sacrifcio Drost

1.5) contra o sacrifcio Wiermsa


1.6) System 7. 40-35
1.7) Variante Groninger
1.8) Chizhov troca

Suponha peas brancas 34-29

Se os negros querem alguns clssicos, eles podem escolher


(20-24) 29x20 (15x24) 32-28 (10-15)

2) 1 18 23 Abertura Chefneux
2.1) Variante Fox 2.3329 23 x 32
3.37 x 28 20 25
2.2) Variante moderna (3 17 22 x 22)
2.3) Highlander Variant (2.38 32)

Ele tambm pode atrasar clssicos fazendo e tentar


algo parecido
1 19 23 2.40 34 14 19
3.45 40 10 14 4.32 28 23 x 32 5.37 x 28
5 10 6.42 37 17 22 7.28 x 17 12 x 21

8.37 32 20 24 9.29 x 20 15 x 24.


3) 1 17 22 2.28 x 17 11 x 22 variante Chogoliev
Preto leva 24 e o jogo torna-se
clssica. Mais tarde, o jogo pode tornar-se fechado
clssica.
Se o preto quer um jogo moderno, ele pode escolher
1 17 22 2.40 34 11 17.

3.1) a abertura Korchov


3.2) A Chizhov ataque
4) 1 17 22 2.28 x 17 12 x 21 manobra Schwarzman
4.1) na verso de direita (3.35 30)
4.2) O 'vespa' (3.31 26 7 12 4.26 x 17 12 x 21)

Se os negros querem uma srie de jogos, eles podem


tentar 1 2025 2.4034 14 20 3.45 40 1014
O sucesso imediato (19-24) possvel, mas raramente
jogou.
4.32 28 17 21 5.31 26 19 24 6.26 x 17

11 x 22 7.28 x 17 12 x 21
Esta posio trouxe muitas partes interessantes como
aqueles jogado por Gogiev - Sijbrands (1999), que
discutido na Parte 2 deste curso.

Existem muitas oportunidades de abertura I. Weiss


disse uma vez que qualquer abertura boa se for
devidamente continuou ....

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4.3) A Prosman ataque (4... 11 x 22)


4.4) A variante primria (3.37 32)
4.5) Variante de cerco (3.34 30)
5) 1... 18 22 guia'' Variante
5.1) Postos Variante mtuos (5.3430 2025)
5.2) O'' preto'' rush (5.3430 2025)
5.3) Roozenburg variante (5.31 26 19 23)
5.4) encadeamento variante (5.31 26 20 25)

6) O pantera negra'''' 1... 16 21


6.1) Variante bloqueando a ala direita (2.31 26 11 16)
6.2) Russian variation (3.38 32)
6.3) Variante Holands (3.37 32)
6.4) Variante Andreiko (2... 18 22)

7) O ourio (1... 17 21)


7.1) variao Schwarzman (5.38 32)
8) O urso russo'''' (1... 20 25)

Uma viso geral das aberturas populares

9) Cowboy (1... 20 24)


9.1) A vaca (2.34 30 14 20)
9.2) Variante Semi-clssica (2... 18 23)

Na maioria das vezes tocou para abrir o jogo 1. 32-28 , dando


oportunidade a branca para desenvolver sua asa esquerda
imediatamente.

10) 1. 33-29 O diamante


10.1) Abertura Roozenburg (1... 19 23 2.35 30

20 25)

1. ABERTURA 32-28

10.2) Abertura Keller (1... 17 22)


10.3) Ourio (1... 17 21)
10.4) Krajenbrink ataque (1 ... 16 - 21)

Variante de simetria
Pela mesma razo, a resposta mais freqentemente realizado
preto

10.5) Resposta clssico (1... 20 24)

1 19 23 2.28 x 19 14 x 23

6) O buffalo (1... 18 22 2.31 26 20 24)

A resposta simples, mas troca estratgica

11) 1. 33-28 Sijbrands de abertura

3.33 28 23 x 32 4.37 x 28

11.1) Old Dutch (1 ... 18 - 23)

e ambos os jogadores podem desenvolver as suas posies


facilmente, por exemplo:

11,2) qui moderna (1 ... 18 - 22)


11.1) A gaivota (1 ... 17 - 21)

4 10 14 5.39 33 5 10
6.44 39 14 19 7.41 37

12.) 34-29 Fork Abertura'' bloqueio'' (comerciante de


madeira)
12.1) Abrir Chizhov (1 ... 19-23 ... 5. 29-24)
12.2) da forquilha de bloqueio'''' variante 1 (5. 31 - 26)
12.3) de bloqueio da forquilha variante'''' 2 (1 ... 20 - 25)
12.4) O pavo'''' (1 ... 17 - 22)
14. 34-30 Aberto da Frana (abertura francs)
14.1) A chita'''' (1 ... 20-25 2.30-24)
14.2) variante Ottink (1 ... 17 - 22)

Preto deve agora decidir que pretende seguir. Se eles querem um


jogo clssico, eles j podem jogar (20-24)

15. 31-27 abertura polaco


15.1) abertura semi-clssica (1 ... 19-23 2.33-28 17-21)
15.2) abertura ala esquerda (1 ... 17-21 2.27-31)

Se os negros querem operar tranquilamente joga 7


10 14 8.46 41 17 22 9.28 x 17 12 x 21

15.3) O grande salto (1 ... 17-22 2.36-31 22-28)

pode ser escolhido.

16. 31-26 O bordo de abertura

Se os negros querem uma parte moderna, com possvel


ataque Roozenburg, ou eles podem jogar aqui prximo
movimento 7 16 21, for example:

16.1) O bordo de abertura (1 ... 19 - 23)


16.2) A aresta da abertura rejeitada (1 ... 17-21 2,26 x
17 11 x 22)

7 16 21 8.31 26 18 22
9.37 32 11 16 10.46 41 9 14
11.41 37 3 9

17. O cavalo selvagem 35-30


17.1) O cavalo selvagem (1. 35-30 20 - 25)

Em tais situaes, os brancos so muitas vezes <23>


joga 12.28 23 19 x 28 13.32 x 23.

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se 12. 3429 peas pretas 2024 29x20 15x24 e mais


tarde 2127 32x21 16x27 que d um jogo de ataque
Roozenburg

Realizao de costume
Geralmente 1.32 28 19 23 2.28 x 19 14 x 23
respondida

3.37 32 10 14
E os brancos, h vrias maneiras de jogar de acordo com as
suas preferncias.
Se os brancos querem um jogo muito moderno, que pode
jogar 4.35 30 ou 4.41 37 5 10 5.35 30
Roozenburg esperando depois de um ataque
20 25 33 29. Habitualmente, peas brancas

4.41 37 5 10 5.46 41 14 19

As coisas so diferentes, se joga brancos: 9.45 40?!

(em vez de 9.31 27) 14 20 10.30 24? 19 x


30 11.35 x 24 agora 25 30! 12.34 x 14 23 x
45 13.14 10 9 14! 14.10 x 19 22 28 15.32
x 23 18 x 20 preto ganha uma pea.

e depois continuar como antes.

Desde a ltima posio (ver figura)

Eles tambm podem jogar o popular

Branco para jogar normalmente

5.35 30 ou 5.34 29 23 x 34 6.39 x 30.

14.38 33 17 21 15.42 38 21 26
16.41 36
Evitar o tiro ao rei 16 21 26 31 13 19
17 x 46.
16 11 17 17. 48 42 1 6

1.3) Variante Roozenburg

O tiro o mais popular 6.35 30 e depois 20 25 tanto

7.33 29 e 7.40 35 Se jogados branco quer um


Se preto joga 4 10 ou 17 21 o normal
18.50 45 bom exemplo 17 4 10
18.50 45 17 21 19.33 28 1 6 20.28 x 19
18 22 21.27 x 18 12 x 14 com a ala direita
ataque para branco. Veremosna segunda parte do curso
the game Sijbrands Gantwarg
(1973) from this opening was shown.

ataque Roozenburg 7.33 29, por exemplo.


7. 33 29 10 14 8. 40 35 17 22
9. 31 27 22 x 31 10 .36 x 27 11 17
11. 45 40 6 11 12. 30 24 19 x 30
13.35 x 24 14 20

Esta posio Roozenburg surgiu em


muitos jogos. Brancos no tenho medo 25 30
Para depois 34 x 14 23 x 45 14 10 branco ganha.

Mas se peas pretas 17 1 6!

Brancas devem jogar

8.40 35!
A razo que 18.50 45 6 11 19.33 28 4 10
20.28 x 19 9 14 21.38 33 14 x 23
22.33 28 26 31 23.37 x 26 13 19
24.24 x 22 3 9 25.29 x 18 12 x 23 26.28 x 19
17 x 48 27.36 31 11 17 28.19 14 10 x 19

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29.47 42 48 x 37 30.31 x 42 7 12
31.42 38 9 13 no to agradvel para
branco, ele pode apenas esperar por um empate.
jogar 22.36 31 10 14! Fica pior. 23.33 28?
punido 14 19 24.40 35 19 x 30
25.35 x 24 17 22! 26.28 x 6 23 28
27.32 x 23 7 11 28.6 x 17 12 x 41 etc. B+.

claro que existem muitas variaes mais, mas


estes afiada linhas wil lhe dar uma idia do que
pode acontecer neste sistema Roozenburg.
O tempo 8, Springer-ataque 8 23 28
9.32 x 23 19 x 28 tambm uma popular continuao

A famosa pea-Kuyken Wiersma (1973) tambm


mostra que, depois de 23.43 38 14 19
24.40 35 19 x 30 25.35 x 24 17 21
26.332812 17 27.28 x 19 18 23
28.29 x 9 20 x 40 29.45 x 34 3 x 23
Pretas tem um bom jogo
Desde da ala esquerda branco esta bloqueado

1.3) Variante Drost


No incio do Roozenburg variante, preto pode escolher para
responder ao ataque, executando o gambit Roozenburg Drost.

6.35 30 20 25 7.33 29 17 22
Os negros no jogar 10 14 que manter o quarto em <10>
e no enviar para <20> porque melhor para jogar o Drost jogada.

Prosseguir aps a abertura 40-35:

19.40 35! 6 11 20.33 28

. 8.40 35 11 17
9.31 27 22 x 31
10.36 x 27 6 11 11.45 40 17 21
12.38 33 21 26 13.43 38 11 17
14.30 24 19 x 30 15.35 x 24 17 21
16.41 37 12 17

Se branco tinha jogado 50 45 (em vez 40 35)


antes de negros poderia jogar 26 31 neste caso
com 19.40 35! jogado) 20 26 31 no bom
negros deve, ento, jogar 4 10 deixando um golpe
contra 21.37 x 26 13 19 22.24 x 22 4 10
23.28 x 19 17 x 48 24.19 14 10 x 19
25.29 24 20 x 40 26.39 34c48 x 30 27.35 x 4 W+.

Esta posio da chave pode ser obtida com uma srie de


movimentos diferentes. Blacks 17. 33-28 que conhecer um contraataque contra 27.

17.33 28 7 12 18. 28 x 19 17 22

Continuando o incio
Defesa ortodoxa para os brancos de 19.39 3322 x 31

20 4 10
21.28 x 19 9 14 22.36 31 14 x 23

20.36 x 27 12 17 21.47 41 2 7 22.44 39 17 22


23.41 37 22 x 31 24.26 x 27 7 11.

Branco pode continuar com 23. 38-33 com um jogo ou


jogar muito incisivo

23.27 22 18 x 36 24.29 x 9 20 x 40
25.9 4
No Sijbrands-Gantwarg (1990), na um desconto.
25.4 27 11 16 26.50 45 3 9 27.27 x 4
21 27 28.32 x 21 16 x 27 29.45 x 34 10 - 14
30.4 x 31 36 x 27
31.34 29 8 13
32.39 34 12 18 33.29 24 17 22
34.44 39 13 19 com empate

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Branco no pode jogar porque 33 28 por causa 15 20 B+.


por isso que os negros no eram <20>!
Agora ou mais tarde, fazer o peo branco 19 14
10 x 30 29 23 18 x 29 33 x 35 =. Se os brancos jogar
imediatamente como aqui, 1 6! 39 33 13 18
) e os brancos devem continuamente prestar ateno 26 31
eles jogam 33 28 so negros26 31 37 x 17 11 x 31
E o pea <31> pode ser trocado.

Se

A melhor defesa chamado de :

Os negros devem ter em conta a potencial ameaa 33 28


30 x 10 eles no querem jogar 14 20 ou14 19
para lutar contra a ala direita branca.
Jogar14 20 ) d a possibilidade de a capacidade de branco
desenvolver a sua ala direita 42 38 45 40 50 45
(ou49 44 39) e, posteriormente29 24 x 23 x 29,
depois de 14 19 branco pode trocar o pino 24 por continuou a
desenvolver o pino 35 parte Traor -. Gantwarg (1980) no apndice
mostra uma bela cercando realizada por negros de abertura foi um
pouco diferente, os negros no fazer contra o atacante at
9 17 22 10.31 27 22 x 31 11.36 x 27
36 foi jogado.

1.4) contra o sacrifcio Wiersma

19.40 35! 22 x 31 20.26 x 27 12 17


21.27 22! 18 x 27 22.29 23
Se Branca mantm o pino <19> geralmente bom
para os negros. idia jogar branco e 39 33 para
34 30 24 20 para trocar um ataque sim manter
centrado

22 17 22 23.39 33 27 31

Preto tambm pode jogar de maneira diferente contra o ataque


Springer

ameaando 22 28 21 27.
24.32 28 31 36

6.35 30 20 25 7.33 29 9 14
8.40 35 3 9 9.45 40 23 28
10.32 x 23 19 x 28

Aqui, ela tambm foi tocada


24 13 18 25.23 x 12 8 x 17 (See Wiersma
Georgiev (1995) in the appendix) and 24 9 14
25.28 x 17 21 x 12 26.23 18 12 x 23
27.19 x 28 are also played.

25.28 x 17 21 x 12 26.34 30 25 x 34
27.24 20 15 x 24 28.19 x 39
A posio aproximadamente igual: Branco tem um
ataque no centro e os negros tm a sua quadra de
defesa intactos

1.5) Counterattack Springer

Branco pode escolher entre 11.39 33 28 x 39

A partir do diagrama do Roozenburg ataque, Black


tambm podem desempenhar

12.44 x 33, 11.38 33 and 11.30 24.

6.35 30 20 25 7.33 29 10 14
8.46 41 23 28 9.32 x 23 19 x 28

Se 11.50 45? golpe Isto pode ser combatido por

16 21! 12.31 26 21 2713.30 24


13.37 31? 28 33 & 17 21 B+1.
13.38 33 27 32 14.33 x 22 18 x 27 15.37 x 28 17 21 B+ 1.
13.38 32 27 x 38 14.43 x 23 13 19 da pretos uma vantagem
13 28 33! 14.39 x 28 14 19 15.43 39 19 x 30
16.35 x 24 27 31 17.36 x 27 15 20
18.24 x 15 25 30 19.34 x 25 17 22 20.28 x 17 12 x 23
Pociso melhor para preto

System with 7.40 35


Se joga brancos aps (6.3530 20 25) 7.40 35
Aqui, se 10.45 40 muito lento. negros obter a

Outro jogo seguinte forma:

vantagem 10 16 21! 11.31 26 17 22

Linha a mais incisiva 8 15 20 9.44 40 20 24


10.50 44 17 21 11.31 26 21 27
12.32 x 2116 x 27 13.33 28 23 x 32
14.37 x 28 11 1715.28 23 19 x 28
16.30 x 19 13 x 24 17.3430 25 x 34
18.40 x 20

12.26 x 17 12 x 21
Voltar para o Jogo

10.31 27 17 21 11.37 31 21 x 32
12.38 x 27 18 22 13.27 x 18 13 x 22
14.39 33 28 x 39 15.44 x 33 4 10!

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um jogo emocionante em que os brancos devem jogar


contra os postos avanados de ataque preto 27 e 28.

5.34 29 23 x 34 6.39 x 30

10 10 14 atendida por 11.34 29 23 x 34


12.40 x 20 25 x 34 13.39 x 30 14 x 34 e branco
pode escolher 14.44 39 mas permite 16 21
26, eles tambm podem jogar primeiro 14.31 27?!
ou 15.32 27(!)e depois recuperar o peo.
Abordagem mais tranquila:

Chizhov popularizaram esta suite. negros Se quiser um conjunto


clssico, eles podem optar por 6 20 24 7.30 x 19 13 x 24.
principalmente, peas pretas

6 14 19 7.44 39 10 14 8.40 34

Groninger variation
O nome desta variao vem do nome da capital da
provncia holandesa de Groningen. Nos anos 70 e 80,
as damas so jogadores muito populares e muito forte
Groningen explorados esta variante.

6.32 28 23 x 32 7.37 x 28
dando a iniciativa aos negros. agora pode
considerar um Roozenburg ataque.

7 16 21 8.31 26 18 22 9.42 37

Depois de 20 25 os brancos ataque 30 24 19 x 30 35 x 24.


O resultado o mais comum 8 18 23
mas 17 22 e16 21 tambm so populares.

8 18 23 9.45 40 12 18
10.46 41 7 12 11.32 28 23 x 32
12.37 x 28 1 7
13.50 45 17 22
14.28 x 17 11 x 22 15.30 25 16 21
16.31 26 21 27 17.41 37
17.34 30 pode ser jogado como no Chizhov -. Wesselink ,
vamos mostrar essa parte do apndice o Chizhov belo jogo
contra o pino 36
Acima de 13 vez, se joga passivamente Preto
13 17 21 14.41 37 21 26
Branco pode tentar colocar presso sobre os negros atravs da
construo de um bloco slido, consulte parte Chizhov - Berot
(2002), no apndice.

Os negros devem ter cuidado para no deixar que uma


senhora ir por 9 11 16? 10.33 29 22 x 31
11.36 x 27 21 x 32 12.29 24 13.34 x 5 W+.
negros deve tapar o buraco 14.
Voltar para o Jogo

9 9 14 10.37 32 11 16
11.41 37 3 9 12.48 42 7 11
Em vez de (07-11) 12... 6 11 is tambm muitas
vezes jogado, mas 7 11 melhor
White can launch the Branco pode realizar um novo
ataque contra Springer jogando 28 23 19 x 23 32x23,
mas 20 24 d uma boa posio para Preto.
Se branco joga
13.34 29 20 24 14.29 x 20 15 x 24 15.40 34 21 27
16.32 x 21 16 x 27 Preto tem o ataque Roozenburg
desejado.
.
A troca Chizov
Emvez de 5.46 41 , os brancos so freqentemente

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Volte para a posio.


Esta posio encontrado pelo menos 40 vezes. A maioria dos
jogadores esto jogando a 36:

17 27 31 18.36 x 27 22 x 31
com uma emocionante jogo. negros tambm pode
tentar manter o ataque pela ala direita 17 19 23.

5.37 32
Abertura 1.32 28 19 23 tem sido amplamente
abordado no livro escrito por'' Baliakin e Gantwarg:

1.32 28 19 23

White can attack immediately 5.29 24 20 x


29 6.35 x 24. This Fox is played frequently by
masters and grandmasters against weaker
opponents to complicate the game and play
against the right wing attack. Players like
Baljakin, Schwarzman and Gantwarg love to
play the Fox and have gained good results and
played several beautiful games with it.

12 systems.

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Overture Chefneux
A segunda resposta mais popular de 1.32 28
18 23. negros curso no pode jogar 2.37 32
por acidente vascular cerebral 23 29 B+2 melhor
2.33 29 and 2.38 32.

5 16 21
The other important move is the ordinary 5 7
12. White has to make a choice:
1) 6.29 24 19 x 30 7.35 x 24 with right wing
attack.

The Fox
1.32 28 18 23 2.33 29 23 x 32
3.37 x 28

2) 6.39 33 19
23 7.28 x 19 14 x 23 and
form many variations we show:
8.44 39 10 14 9.50 44 14 19 10.46 41
5 10 11.42 37 15 20 12.32 28 23 x 32
13.37 x 28 19 23 14.28 x 19 13 x 24 15.35
30 24 x 35 16.29 23 18 x 29 17.33 x 15 with
an interesting play with the edge piece at
<15>.

If white plays 2.34 29 23 x 32 3.37 x 28 black


can play 12 18, but after 2.33 29 the move
is prohibited!
Black can go in several directions
depending
on his desired strategy. If black wants a
modern game, playing against a right wing
attack he can play the popular 20 25 entering
the Fox. This opening is called after Dutch
draughts player J.H. Vos. Since vos means
fox in Dutch, we cal this opening The Fox.

3) 6.46 41 1 7 7.41 37 17 21 8.39 33


21 26 9.43 39! 11 17
9 19 23 10.28 x 19 14 x 23 11.33 28 is
not so attractive for black.
10.29 24! 19 x 30 11.35 x 24 with a good
right wing attack, in Sijbrands Gantwarg
(1995) followed 11 7 11 12.31 27 17 21
13.34 29 14 20 14.37 31 26 x 37 15.42 x
31 21 26 16.47 42 26 x 37 17.42 x 31 11
17 18.40 34 17 22 19.28 x 17 12 x 21
20.45 40 21 26 21.33 28 26 x 37 22.32 x
41 10 14 23.29 23 20 x 29 24.23 x 12 20 x
29 25.34 x 23 with a strong centre attack for
white.

3 20 25 4.41 37 12 18
4 17 21 can give an exciting game
especial y if white al ows black to create a fork
lock without piece at <15>: 5.39 33 15 20
1) 6.44 39 19 24 7.37 32 21 26 8.50
44 26 x 37 9.42 x 31 14 19 etc. wit exciting
play, see Holstvoogd Sijbrands in the
appendix.

6.29 24 19 x 30 7.35 x 24

2) 6.37 32 19 24 7.46 41 21 26 8.41


37 14 19 9.44 39 16 21 10.50 44 10
14 11.31 27 11 16 and in this
fascinating
position 12.29 23! wil result in an interesting
fight. A fascinating variation is: 12 7 11
Eliminating the 34 30 x 30 change by a
kingshot.
13.34 29 5 10 14.40 34 12 17 15.27
22! 8 12 16.23 18! 12 x 23 17.29 x 18 and
the outpost at <18> gives shape to an
unorthodox game!

If white doesnt want to go to <24> so early, he


can play 6.39 33 21 26 7.44 39 26 x 37
8.42 x 31 19 23 9.28 x 19 14 x 23.
7 11 16
7 21 26 8.39 33 26 x 37 9.42 x 31 7 12
9 14 19 can be met by 10.44 39 19 x 30
and instead of 11.28 23 18 x 29 12.33 x 35
with equality white can play 11.40 35 trying
to keep his attack.
10.46 41

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After 10.44 39 17

21 11.46 41? is

If black wants a right wing attack he can try 6


9 13 7.41 37 16 21 8.31 26 21 27.

punished by 13 19 24 x 22 21 27 32 x 21

11 17 22 x 11 6 x 46
10 17 21 11.41 37 21 26 12.47 42
with a sound attack for white.

7.35 30
The sharpest move. White can play 7.41 37
14 19 8.29 24 20 x 29 9.33 x 13 8 x 19
10.37 32 10 14 11.32 27 with a semi-fork.
However blacks strong centre compensates
more than enough for this, as the G. Jansen
Sijbrands game of 1988 proved. Sijbrands
began to build his centre activating piece 2
with 2 8 13. See the section about strategy
for this game.

8.46 41 7 12 9.41 37 1 7
10.39 33
In this position black has tried al kind of
continuations. We show one variations in
which white is trapped.

7 14 19
7 20 25 is met by 8.30 24! 14 20 and to
stop the plan 8 13 2 8 followed by an attack
at <24> white plays 9.38
32! a move
introduced by the author of this course. Many
opponents (also pupils of mine) have become

victim to the shot 8 13? 11.32 28! 23 x 32


12.34 30 25 x 23 13.41 37 20 x 38 14.37 x
28 W+1.
If black plays 9
13 the outpost is safe and
white can transfer the position to a right wing
attack or a Roozenburg attack.

10 21 26 11.44 39
11.43 39 can be played trying to get the
position from Sijbrands Gantwarg.
11 7 11 12.50 44 17 21 13.31 27 14
20 14.34 29?! 12 17 15.37 31? 26 x 37
16.42 x 31

8.40 35 8 13 9.41 37

White should play 15.28 23 but 8 12 16.33


28 9 14 17.39 33 3 8 18.37 31 26 x
37 19.42 x 31 17 21 20.48 42 21 26
21.42 37 14 19 22.23 x 14 10 x 30 23.29
23 18 x 29 24.33 x 35 4 9! (threatening 1621) 25.27 22 * stil leads to a better position
for black.
16 18 23!! 17.28 x 19 21 26 and since 33
28 is punished by 26 x 37 32 x 41 25 30!
B+ white is lost.

Black can now play 16 21, but most of the


time he goes on with 9 6 11 after which
white can build the 46 / 41 / 37 tail in order to
change to <28>. If black plays 10 14 white
can consider to play 30
25 blocking blacks
left wing.
The Highlander
1.32 28 18 23 2.38 32
is a more classical way to play for white. An
important position is reached after

After 1.32 28 18 23 2.33 29 23 x 32 3.37


x 28 black has more options of course.
2 12 18 3.31 27 7 12
If he wants a classical game he can play 3
4.43 38 20 24
20 24 4.29 x 20 15 x 24.
If black wants a modern game he can play
The Molimard-variation gets shape after 4 17
21 5.37 31 (or 5.49 43) 23 29 6.34 x 23
Modern variation
18 x 29 7.33 x 24 20 x 29. More information at
Frits Luteijns website:
3 17 22 4.28 x 17 11 x 22 5.39 33
http://home.kpn.nl/dammen/molimard/
5.41 37 allows 16 21 6.31 26 20
24
7.26 x 28 24 x 22 with an easy game for black.
5 13 18 6.44 39 19 23

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5.37 31 14 20 6.49 43 10 14
6 2 7 would give white the extra
opportunity 27
22 x 22! After 6 10 14

Whites play is severely restricted for a couple


of moves. 22.40
35? is punished by a
kingshot: 10 14 35 x 24 23 29 34 x 23 26
31 37 x 17 13 19 24 x 13 8 x 46 B+.
22.34 29 23 x 34 23.40 x 29 7 11
Prohibiting 33 28? by 26 31 13 18 B+
24.41 36 10 14 25.36 31 with an
interesting fight. Black wants to exploit the arc
lock while white hopes his strong centre wil
give him the odds. See the Baliakin

Mogiljanski game (1987) in the appendix.

7.27 22 18 x 27 8.31 x 22 would cost a piece


because of 23 29 24 30 B+1.
7.41 37 1 7 8.46 41 5 10
9.34 29 23 x 34 10.40 x 29 20 25
11.29 x 20 15 x 24

2) 14 10 15 15.40 34 14 20 16.44 40
16 21 17.36 31 17 21 18.41 36
18.31 27? isnt good because of the 12 17
27 x 16 26 31 37 x 26 19 23 28 x 30 17 x
46 kingshot.
Now 18 7 11 or 18 12 18 is played with
a complicated game that should be studied
seriously. The nice F. de Koning Thijssen
game (2010) is shown in the appendix. GMI
Kees Thijssen is a specialist in this Highland
opening.

The most interesting move in this position that


has emerged on the board hundreds of times,
is 12.27 22 18 x 27 13.3 x 22 launching a
Highland attack. This opening is thus logical y

called the Highland variation or Highlander.

Chogoliev-variation

With piece 50 at <49> this move wouldnt be

possible because of the 19 23 kingshot.

1.32 28 17 22 2.28 x 17 11 x 22

12.27 22 18 x 27 13.31 x 22 16 21

This opening is a good choice for black players


who want an active modern game. Fascinating
games emerge after the Korchow-variation:
3.37 32 12 17?! 4.31 26 6 11 4.36 31
8 12 5.32 27
White is threatening to play 41 36 with a
strong fork lock, so black plays the logical
5 16 21 6.27 x 16 22 28 7.33 x 22 18 x
36
Thousands of draughts lovers have played this
opening. The edge pieces make this type of
game very attractive.
Frits Luteijns website gives much
more
information about this so-called Korchowopening:
http://home.kpn.nl/dammen/Korchow/index.htm

White cant go 14.36 31? because of 24 29


33 x 24 19 x 30 35 x 24 13 19 24 x 13 9 x 36
B+1. He should go to <34> first and then play
36 31. Instead of 14.44 40 the more central

45 40 34 is also possible.
14.44 40
We show two important variations.
1) 14 21 26 15.40 34 17 21 16.36 31
11 16 17.31 27 12 18 18.45 40
White can also choose 34 30 x 30.
18 18 23 19.50 45 24 30 20.35 x 24 19
x 30 21.28 x 19 14 x 23

3.37 32 6 11 4.41 37 12 17
5.46 41
The alternative 5.34 30 7
12 6.30
25
aims at playing against an right wing or centre
attack, for example: 6 1 6 7.46 41 19
23 8.35 30 13 19 9.40 35 9 13 10.45
40 4 9 11.31 26 2 7 12.50 45 and black
attacks playing 22 27, 22 28 or 23 28.
The Chizhov-attack
5 8 12

73

Both 7 12 and 1 6 are played also.

This is the most radical move. More safe play


gives 12.34 29 23 x 34 13.40 x 29 or 13.39 x
30.

1) 5 7 12 6.34 29
Another option is 6.31 27 22 x 31 7.36 x 27
and 6.32 28 19 23 7.28 x 19 14 x 23 8.34
29 23 x 34 9.40 x 29 10 14 10.35 30 20
25 11.30 24.
6 19 23 7.40 34

12 5 10 13.40 34 15 20
14.30 25 10 15 15.25 x 14 9 x 20
With a fascinating fight in which white plays
against the right wing attack.

7.31 27 22 x 31 8.36 x 27 23 x 34 9.39 x 30


for maneuvering play 9 20 25 is met by

10.44 39 25 x 34 11.40 x 29!


7 14 19 8.45 40 10

Schwarzman maneuvering-opening

14 9.32 28 23 x

32 10.37 x 28 5 10 and black takes back the

Baliakin was confronted with this opening in


the match from 1995 against Schwarzman. In
his book Schwarzmanie (Schwarzmania) he
proposed to name this continuation the
Schwarzman-opening.

centre changing 19 23 x 23 at the next move


or prepares this exchange with the sharp 11

16 21.
2) 5 1 6 6.34 29 19 23 7.40 34 14

1.32 28 17 22 2.28 x 17 12 x 21

19 8.45 40 8 12 9.32 28 23 x 32 10.37 x

28 20 24 11.29 x 20 15 x 24 12.41 37 16
21 13.31 26 11 16 with a
Roozenburg
game.

The exchange is played by many strong


players who like to maneuver first before the
game gets concrete. White can respond in
many ways, the sharpest of which is

Whites most popular replies are 6.35 30 (20


25 7.32 28), 6.34 29 and our
personal
favorite:

Right wing continuation


3.35 30 20 25 4.40 35
4.33 29 is interesting too.

6.32 28 16 21 7.31 26 21 27
8.35 30 2 8 9.30 25

4 15 20 5.45 40 20 24
6.33 29 23 x 34 7.39 x 28

Black can go to <36> changing 27 31


x 31
but can also maintain his attack in spite of the
weakness at <2>. This is the way Chizhov likes
to play. This opening generated many
interesting games in which white has to play
against blacks right wing attack.

If black doesnt want to play against the attack


via 44 39 followed by 30 24 x 24 he can
answer like Schwarzman played against
Prosman (2004):
7 11 17! 8.44 39 18 22 9.38 33

9 19 23 10.28 x 19 14 x 23
11.25 x 14 10 x 19

Prosman played 9.49 44 22 x 33 10.39 x 28


and never managed to get a sound attack.

Black can also play even more sharp: 10 1


6 11.37 31 and only then change 19 23.
Chizhov played this way several times.

9 14 20 10.50 45
Its not a wrong idea to allow being locked:
10.37 32 20 24 11.31 27 22 x 31 12.36 x
27
10 20 24

74

12.34 30

Many games have been played in recent years


with this system.
The main line
3.37 32 7 12 4.34 29 1 7
Black can play 4 11 17 5.40 34 6 11
6.31 26 1 6 7.45 40 19 23 8.42 37 14
19 9.48 42 10 14 10.50 45 5 10 11.37

31 2 7 12.41 37 20 25 13.46 41 15
20 14.35 30
In M. Kroesbergen J. Lemmen 2006 white
played a double pseudo sacrifice after which
black went terribly wrong: 11.28 23?! 19 x 28

12.30 x 19 13 x 24 13.31 27 21 x 32 14.42


38 6 11 15.38 x 18 8 13??
Black should play 15 8 12 16.33 x 22 12 x
23 17.47 42 17 x 28 18.34 30 25 x 34

19.40 x 18 =
16.33 x 22 17 x 28 17.49 44! 13 x 22 18.34
29 24 x 33 19.37 32 28 x 37 20.39 x 6 and

with a piece more white won the game.


The wasp
In this well-known theoretical position black
cant delay going to <27> any longer. 14 10
15 isnt possible because of 30 24 32 27
W+.
14 21 27 15.31 x 22 17 x 28 16.33 x 22 18
x 27 17.32 x 21 16 x 27 18.29 x 18 13 x 22
Its also possible to take 18 12 x 23 19.37
32 20 24 20.27 x 16 24 x 35 and black holds
the centre.
19.37 32 11 17 20.32 x 21 20 24 21.41
37 24 x 35 etc.

A more quiet approach for white is:


3.31 26 7 12 4.28 x 17 12 x 21
5.37 31
With the intention to take back <27>. If white
plays 5.36 31 the smart 19 23 stops the

plan to take <27>.


5 2 7 6.31 27 21 x 32 7.38 x 27
11 17 8.43 38 19 23 9.49 43
17 21!

5.40 34 19 23 6.45 40

At this moment white has no neutral move to

White can choose to play a classical game:


6.41 37 14 19 7.33 28 and later black wil
probably change 20 24 x 24, for example: 21
26 8.39 33 11 17 9.44 39 20 24 10.29
x 20 15 x 24.

make the change. He should play either 36

31 or 34 30.
10.36 31 21 x 32 11.38 x 27 23 28
12.33 x 22 16 21 13.27 x 16 18 x 36

6 14 19 7.42 37

And piece <36> guarantees an interesting


game. Chizhov won a strong game against
Schwarzman during the world championship

Not al owing the chain lock with 19 24.


7 10 14 8.50 45 5 10

2003 (see appendix).


The Prosman-attack
Black can also go to <22> after 3.31 26, like

GMI Erno Prosman likes to play.


3.31 26 7 12 4.26 x 17 11 x 22
5.37 31 16 21 6.31 26 22 27
7.26 x 17 12 x 21

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17 11 x 22 19.37 31 with white playing


against the right wing attack.
9.25 x 14 9 x 20
10.30 25 4 9
11.25 x 14 9 x 20 12.37 31 10 14
13.41 37 5 10
14.46 41 2 7
15.38 32 21 27 16.32 x 21 16 x 27
17.31 x 22 18 x 27 18.34 30 20 24
19.30 25

9.31 26
9.47 42 11 17 10.31 26 7 11 11.37 31
2 7 12.46 41 20 25 13.35 30 leads to a

position weve seen before


9.47 42 21 26 10.32 28 23 x 32 11.37 x
28 26 x 37 12.41 x 32 19 23 13.28 x 19 14 x

23 can get interesting after 14.35 30 20 25


15.30 24.
Black has a right wing attack but a weak left
wing.

9 21 27 10.32 x 21 16 x 27
9 20 25 10.26 x 17 11 x 22 gives white an

The eagle

easy right wing attack after 11.32 28 23 x 32


12.37 x 17 12 x 21 13.29 24 19 x 30 14.35 x

1.32 28 18 22 2.37 32 12 18
3.41 37

24.
11.48 42 20 25 12.37 31 12 17
13.31 x 22 17 x 28 14.33 x 22 18 x 27
15.29 x 18 13 x 22

White can switch to another modern opening


by playing 34 29 here or at the next move.
7 12 4.46 41 1 7

Black has a right wing attack, but it is not so


strong since white can change piece <27>

White can choose from 3 popular moves:

easily.

Mutual outposts variation

Surrounding variation

1) 5.34 29 19 23 6.28 x 19 14 x 34
7.40 x 29

A recent development in this opening is


3.34 30 7 12 4.30 25

7.39 x 30 leads to maneuvering before the


game gets more concrete.

White wants to play against the black centre.


He could be playing against a right wing attack

7 10 14 8.35 30 20 25
9.30 24 14 20

later.
A variation that is frequently played

Andreiko Sijbrands (1969) was 9 5 10


10.24 20? 15 x 24 11.29 x 20 10 15 12.45
40 15 x 24 13.33 28 22 x 33 14.38 x 20 16
21! 15.31
26 11
16 16.36 31 7
11
17.20 15
White couldnt play 17.31 27 because of 4
10! 18.20 15 18 23! 19.15 x 4 13 18 20.4
x 22 17 x 28 21.26 x 17 11 x 31 22.37 x 26 28
x 46 B+.
17 18 22 18.41 36 22 28 19.32 x 23 21
27 20.31 x 22 17 x 19 with a good game for
black, who nevertheless lost the game.

4 11 17 5.31 26 6 11
6.40 34 1 6 7.45 40 19 23
8.35 30 14 19
8 13 19 9.40 35 9 13 10.44 40 4 9
11.50 45 2 7 12.37 31 18 22 13.31 27
22 x 31 14.26 x 37 is also played after which

black continues 14 17 22 like the


Schwarzman
Chizhov game (1998) in the
appendix or 14 12 18 15.37 31 7
12
16.31 26 21 27 17.41 37 17 21 18.26 x

76

10.32 28
White can also try 10.44 40 5 10
11.50
44 9 14 12.31 27 22 x 31 13.36 x 27 17
22
13 3 9 14.29 23! 18 x 29 15.27 22 17 x
28 16.32 x 34 20 x 29 17.34 x 23 gives white a
solid centre attack.

x 45 33 29 23 x 34 41 37 20 x 29 38 33
29 x 38 43 x 5. Therefore black has to play 13
th
th
19 x 19 at the 16 or 17 move.
After 15.39 34 10 14 16.40 35 14 19
17.38 32 etc. the king is caught by 23 21
27 24.41 37 8 12 25.1 x 31 13 18 26.31 x
13 9 x 18 =.
15 9 14
16.38 32 27 x 38 17.43 x 32

14.37 31 3 9 15.42 37 14 19 16.41 36

19 x 30 17.29 23 18 x 29 18.33 x 35 22 28
19.32 x 23 25 30 20.35 x 24 20 x 18 with an
equal position.
10 16 21 11.31 26 11 16 12.37 32
21 27 13.32 x 21 16 x 27

Now <9> is opened white can play this move.


Another possibility is 16.42 37 27 32 17.38
x 27 22 x 42 18.47 x 38 3 9 19.41 37 18
23 20.28 x 19 14 x 34 21.39 x 30!
Preventing the problems that arise after 21.40
x 29? 10 14 22.44 40 14 19 23.40 35
19 x 30 24.35 x 24 9 14 25.45 40 4 10
26.49 44 12 18! (threatening 17 21 8 12
14 x 45 B+) 27.39 34 7 12 28.43 39 14
19 and after changing back whites right wing
is ugly.
21 25 x 34 22.40 x 29 10 14 23.44 40
Whites outpost is completely safe now, 14
19 is punished by 33 28 19 x 30 28 22 17 x
28 38 33 28 x 39 43 x 5 W+.
17 4 9?!

White has to watch some shots.


1) 41 37? 27 32! 38 x 27 22 x 31 36 x 27
17 22 28 x 17 12 x 41 47 x 36 18 23 29 x
18 20 x 47 B+.
2) 42 37? 18 23! 28 x 19 27 32 38 x 18
12 x 34 39 x 30 20 x 38 43 x 32 13 x 35 B+1.
3) 38 32? 27 x 38 43 x 32 17 21! 26 x 17
12 x 21 28 x 26 18 23 29 x 18 20 x 27 B+1.
14.45 40

17 14 19 18.40 35 19 x 30 19.35 x 24 17
21 20.26 x 17 22 x 11 21.42
38 10 14
22.44 40 18 22 23.28 x 17 11 x 22 followed
by an attack at <24> has also been tried, see
Gantwarg Wiersma in the appendix.
4 9 is a move introduced by former world
champion late Jannes van der Wal. After the
forced reply of white black takes a deep
kingshot, getting a king for three pieces.
18.42 38

44.45 40 isnt wrong for after 18 23 white


takes 29 x 18 12 x 32 33 28! 20 x 29 28 x 37
8 12 37 32 winning back the piece with a
good game for white.
14 5 10 15.50 45
After 15.39 34?! 9 14?! white can play the
surprising move 16.40 35! after which 14
19 is met by the kingshot 17.38 32! 19 x 39
18.43 x 34 27 x 38 19.26 21 17 x 26 20.28 x
17 12 x 21 21.29 24 20 x 40 22.50 45 42 x
33 23.45 x 1 and white can hide his king
behind his own pieces: 10 14 35 30 25 x 34
1x45 followed by 45 50.
After 15 9 14 16.40 35 3 9 17.44 40
14 19? Is even worse, white can take a
kingshot with both 18.38 32 and 18.36 31!
W+, while 17 18 23? 18.28 x 19 14 x
23
19.29 x 18 12 x 23 is punished by 34 30! 25 77

18 22 27! 19.32 x 21 25 30
20.24 x 35 18 23 21.29 x 18 12 x 34
22.21 x 1 20 25 23.40 x 29 13 18
24. 1 x 23 25 30 25.35 x 24 15 20
26.24 x 13 8 x 50

13 17.39 34 17 x 28 18.34 x 32 with an equal


position).
11.44 39? would give up a defender of piece
24, while black is aiming to attack the outpost
several times.

Black can get his king behind his pieces


and
has the odds. See L. Thijssen B. Terwel

(1996) in the appendix.


The black rush

11 5 10

2) 5.34 30 20 25 6.30 24 19 x 30
7.35 x 24 14 20 8.33 29

After 11 16 21 12.31 26 11 16 13.44


39! Is possible, with the idea of 14 19 14.40
35 19 x 30 15.35 x 24 7 11 16.39 34! 9
14 17.43 39 and 14 19 is met by 28 23!
19 x 28* 32 x 23 +/- like in Sijbrands J. de
Jonge (blindfoldgame 1981).

White can also play 8.39 34 20 x 29 9.34 x

23 18 x 29 10.33 x 24 22 x 33 11.38 x 29 with


a right wing attack.
8 22 x 33 9.39 x 28

12.47 42 14 19 13.40 35 19 x 30
14.35 x 24 10 14 15.44 40 14 19
16.40 35 19 x 30 17.35 x 24 9 14
18.45 40 3 9
The best way to defend piece 24 against the
black rush is to keep piece 50 at its spot. After
19.50 45? 14 19 20.40 35 19 x 30 21.35
x 24 9 14 22.45 40 14 19 23.40 35 19 x
30 24.35 x 24 4 9 25.49 44 9 14 26.44
40 14 19 white cant play 32 27? 19 x 30
27 x 9 8 13 9 x 18 12 x 45, so he must allow
27.40 35 19 x 30 28.35 x 24 22 27 29.31 x
22 13 18 30.22 x 13 8 x 30 and whites right
wing isnt defended wel .

9 18 22

19.49 44 14 19 20.40 35 19 x 30
21.35 x 24 9 14 22.43 39 4 9
23.44 40 14 19 24.40 35 19 x 30
25.35 x 24 9 14 26.48 43!

9.. 17 21 is another frequently played


variation. After 10.29
23 20 x 29 (black can

take otherwise too) 11.23 x 34 21 26


white
controls the centre but also a weak piece at
<41>. See the nice Gantwarg
Wirny
(1983)
game in the appendix.

Now 14 19 can be met by 32 27 19 x 30 27


x 9 8 13 9 x 18 12 x 34 37 32 stopping the
rush attack at whites right wing.
Changing 26 22 27 27.31 x 22 13 18
28.22 x 13 8 x 30 gives white control over the
centre.

10.38 33 10 14
Black can play the 13 18 9 13 22 27
scheme as an alternative.

3) 5.31 26
We have to consider two completely different
lines.
Roozenburg-variation
3.1) 5 19 23 6.28 x 19 14 x 23
7.32 28 23 x 32 8.37 x 28
8.33 28 22 x 33 9.39 x 19 13 x 24
has no
point for white, since black builds the cannon
playing 10 14 9 13 5 10 14 19 10 14
(4 9).
After 5.34 29 23 x 34 6.40 x 29 black simply
takes a right wing attack with 22 27 x 27.

11.42 38
11.43 39 can also be played, but allows 22
27 12.31 x 22 13 19 13.24 x 13 9 x 38 14.48
42 (20 24 15.29 x 9 38 x 28 16.28 22 4 x

78

8 16 21 9.41 37

Black can also choose 13


19 (Dibmanvariation) or the Clerc variation 21 27 7.31
x 22 18 x 27 8.28 x 19 13 x 24 9.32 x 21 16 x
27
7.28 x 19 14 x 23 8.31 27 with a right wing
lock for black.

Another plan is trying to block the Roozenburg


attack playing 9.38 32 11 16 10.41 37 21

27 11.32 x 21 16 x 27 12.37 31 10 14
12 13 19? Is punished by 13.26 21 W+.
13.43 38 5 10 14.49 43 trying to
attack

Russian variation

<27>.
2) 2 11 16 3.38 32 7 11 4.37 31 19
23 5.28 x 19 14 x 23 6.31 27 23 28 7.32 x
23 18 x 38 8.43 x 32 with again a right wing
lock.

9 21 27 6.37 31 20 24
Black now has a sound Roozenburg attack.
Usually white is going to attack <27>

immediately playing 47 41 37 32.

Black can also play other kinds of systems like


3.38 32 18 22 4.43 38:

Fork-lock-variation
1) 4 7 11 5.49 43 1 7 6.37 31 21 27
7.32 x 21 16 x 27 8.42 37 11 16 9.37 32
16 21 10.41 37 20 24 and black plays the
fascinating Partie Bonnard in the so-cal ed
Valkenburg-variation.. Many games continue
11.47 42 13 18 12.28 23 18 x 29 13.34 x
23 18 x 28 14.32 x 23 7 11 15.46 41 14
19 16.23 x 14 10 x 19 with an open Bonnard.

3.2) 5 20 25 6.37 31 14 20
7.41 37 10 14 8.47 41 5 10
9.32 27 19 23 10.28 x 19 14 x 23
11.34 30 25 x 34 12.40 x 29 23 x 34
13.39 x 30 20 25 14.44 39 25 x 34
15.39 x 30 10 14

2) 4 13 18 5.49 43 9 13 6.37 31 21
27 7.32 x 21 16 x 27 8.42 37 19 23 9.28 x
19 14 x 23 with a right wing attack for black.
The opening 1.32 28 16 21 is extensively
covered in a book by L.J. Koops.
Dutch variation
2.31 26 18 22 3.37 32 11 16
4.41 37 7 11
5.34 29 1 7
6.46 41

From this interesting fork-lock position many

games have been played.

White can also choose to play against a right


wing attack with 6.40 34 13 18 7.45 40
19 23 8.28 x 19 14 x 23 9.46 41 21 27
10.32 x 21 16 x 27 11.29 24 20 x 29 12.33 x
24. A nice example is the Gerritsen Domchev
(2010) game in the appendix.

The black panther


1.32 28 16 21
1 16 21 is by far the sharpest reply to 1.32
28, inviting white to lock blacks right wing
playing 2.31 26. Sometimes black even
keeps the lock on the board deliberately to

Black can now try to play a Roozenburg attack:


6 20 24 7.29 x 20 15 x 24 8.40 34 13
18 9.37 31 21 27 10.32 x 21 16 x 27
Because this variation isnt without danger
many players choose 6 20 25. White can
now move either 7.29 23 or 7.40 34.

complicate the game:


Right wing lock variation
1) 2 11 16 3.37 32 7 11 4.36 31!

Andreiko-variation

4.41 37 is met by 19 23 5.28 x 19 14 x 23


and white cant keep the lock. Black wants to

6 20 25 7.40 34

play 21 27 x 27 at the next move with a


sound right wing attack.
4 19 23 5.28 x 19 14 x 23 6.33 28!

7.29 23 21 27 8.32 x 21 16 x 27 9.35 30!


25 x 34 10.39 x 30 is also interesting.

6.31 27? 23 28 7.32 x 23 21 x 32 8.38 x 27

18 x 38 9.43 x 32 favors black.


6 ... 9 14

79

10.28 23 19 x 28 11.32 x 23 isnt bad either,


for example: 11 13 18 12.35 30 9 13
13.40 35 21 27 14.30 24 27 31 15.36 x

27 22 x 31 with an exciting play.


The hedgehog
1.32 28 17 21
Playing 2.31 26 11 17 (or 12 17) can lead
to the 1.32 28 16 21 opening, but black can
also choose to
play 2 19 23 with

maneuvering play.

10 15 20 is punished by the kingshot 11.36

2.37 32 21 26 3.32 27 26 x 37 4.41 x 32

31! 27 x 36 12.23 18 12 x 32 13.38 x 18 13


x 22 14.37 31 36 x 27 15.30
24 20
x 38

delivers white a quick development of his left


wing and 4 temps.

16.43 x 1 +.
The main line 10 11 16 11.44 39 7 11
12.30 24! 19 x 30 13.36 31 27 x 36 14.23
19 14 x 32 15.38 x 7 8

2.34 29
2.33 29 can be met by the sharp 20 25 or
2 21 26 neglecting the simplifying 28 23
29 24 34 x 32 exchange.

12 16.7 x 18 13 x 22

17.40 35 favors white.


The calm 10 13 18 is the best continuation
for black leading to a centre attack after 11.37
31 18 x 29 12.33 x 13 8 x 19 13.41 37 22 x

2 21 26

33 14.31 x 22 17 x 28 15.38 x 29.

Dutch GMI Johan Krajenbrink likes to play 2


11 17 3.40 34 18 22.

7 14 20 8.45 40 10 14
9.50 45 4 10

3.40 34 16 21
Fascinating play emerges after 3 11 17
4.45 40 6 11 5.37 32 26 x 37 6.42 x 31
19 23 7.28 x 19 14 x 23 8.35 30 20 25
9.41 37
White cant go to <24> yet, because of 13 19
B+1.
9 16 21 10.47 41 21 26 and black tries
to play against a right wing attack, for example
11.50 45 10 14 12.30 24 11 16 13.32
28 23 x 32 14.37 x 28 26 x 37 15.41 x 32 16
21 etc.
4.45 40 11 16

9 4 10 is the characteristic move of the


Andreiko-variation. 9 5 10 al ows the
strong centre attack 28 23 x 23. 4 10 gives

We look at two possible continuations for


white:

black a better construction to play against this


attack. When confronted with this position in
the Sijbrands
Andreiko match of 1973
Sijbrands considered 10.29 23 21 27 11.32
x 21 16 x 27 to be too dangerous and

simplified the game playing 10.32 27 21 x 23


11.29 x 27 although he later won the game by
a shot.
Later 10.29 23 was played increasingly, with
the sharpest line being 10 21 27
11.32 x
21 16 x 27 12.36 31?! 27 x 36
13.38 32
After this pseudo sacrifice white is threatening
23 18 34 30 40 x 27 so black will have to
return the piece 25 30 14.34 x 25 leading to
a very complicated game.

5.37 32 26 x 37 6.42 x 31 21 26 7.47 42


26 x 37 8.42 x 31
8.32 27 26 x 37 9.41 x 32 19 23 10.28 x 19
14 x 23 11.35 30 has grown more popular
recently.
8 6 11
Black wants to answer 9.41 37 with 17 21!
10.31 26 21 27 11.32 x 21 18 23 12.29 x
18 12 x 41 White wins a lot of temps so in this
variation black wil strive for a classical game.
Pieces 21 / 26 are somewhat passive.
9.50 45 1 6!

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Black stil

answers 16 21 to 10.41 37 and

The Russian bear

the alternative 10.48 42 16 21 11.31 26

20 24 12.26 x 17 12 x 21 13.29 x 20 15 x 24
gives black a good classical game. Whites left
wing is weakened, so its hardly possible to
break open the classical structure of the game.

1.32 28 20 25 2.37 32
2.33 29 is met by 17 22 x 22, 17 22 x 21
16 21 or 18 22, al with an interesting
game.

Schwarzman-variation

2 15 20 3.41 37 10 15 4.46 41

5.38 32 21 27
5 20 24 6.29 x 20 15 x 24 7.31 27 18
23 8.43 38 10 15 9.49 43 14 20 10.27
22 24 29 11.33 x 24 20 x 29 leads to a
mutual classical attack, with a complicated
game. This is the Bezwerzjenko-variation.
6.31 x 22 18 x 38 7.43 x 32
6.32 x 21 26 x 17 7.42 38 19 23 8.28 x 19
14 x 23 9.35 30 can get very interesting too.
7 16 21 8.36 31
8.42 38 can also be considered, because it is
more flexible although it doesnt stop 21 27 x
27. The classical reply 20 24 9.29 x 20 15 x
24 can be met by 10.32 37 followed by 37
31 x 32 developing the left wing nicely.
8 6 11 9.42 38 11 16 10.49 43

There are several other options here. For


example 4.34 30 25 x 34 5.39 x 30 20 25
6.30 24 (6 44 39 25 x 34 7.39 x 30 15
20 8.44 39 20 24 gives black a good
classical game) 6 19 x 30 7.35 x 24 leads to
a right wing attack.
Another possibility is 4.34 29 17 22 5.28 x
17 11 x 22 6.46 41 5 10 7.40 34 7 11
(or 6 11) 8.45 40 11 17 9.50 45 6 11
which leads to the Vermin-variation.
A
theoretical line is 10.31 26 2 7 11.37 31
White can also play the fascinating 11.32 28!
19 23 12.28 x 19 14 x 23 13.29 24 20 x 29
14.33 x 24 surrounding the black centre, that is
weakened by the absence of the base piece at
<2>.
11 19 23 12.32 27 14 19 13.29 24 20
x 29 14.33 x 24 19 x 30 15.35 x 24 23 28
16.38 33 with a sharp game.
4 5 10
4 17 21 5.31 26 5 10 is the so-called
Memel-variation.
5.31 27
White can also go to the edge himself: 5.31
26 20 24 6.36 31 15 20 7.41 36 18 23
8.34 29 23 x 34 9.39 x 30 25 x 34 10.40 x 29
13 18 11.29 23 18 x 29 12.35 30 24 x35
13.33 x 15 is one of the lines that is gaining
popularity recently.

Usually black tries to go to a fork-lock:


10 20 25 11.47 42 15 20 12.50 45
White can launch a centre attack 12.29 24 20
x 29 13.34 x 23.
5 19 23 6.28 x 19 14 x 23
12 10 15 13.31 27 19 24 14.37 31
Escaping from the fork-lock 14.34 30 25 x 23
The idea
to occupy <25> &
<23>
15.28 x 30 12 18 gives black a more flexible
simultaneously was introduced by former world
position. Whites left wing looks offbeat with the
champion Andris Andreiko. Blacks centre is
undeveloped
piece
at
<46>.
strong enough to al ow this 23 / 25 bond.
14 26 x 37 15.42 x 31 and black has
7.33 28 9 14 8.28 x 19 14 x 23
to
9.39 33
decide whether he wants to eliminate 34 30
by playing 13 19?! or play more quietly with
After 9.38 33 10 14 10.33 28 black cant
either 15 5 10 or 15 21 26.
play neither 14
19? nor 13 19? and thus

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has to change again with 10 4 10 11.28 x


19 14 x 23 which indeed is played, but

position that has occurred many times already.


22.38 33? is now punished by 16 21 23.27
x 7 23 29! 24.33 x 24 19 x 30 25.35 x 24 20 x
29 26.34 x 23 18 x 29 27.7 x 18 13 x 35 B+1.
The alternative 22.39 33 23 29! favors
black, especially after 23.34 x 23 18 x 29 24.33
x 24 19 x 30! 25.35 x 24 20 x 29 for example
26.27 22 14
19 27.43 39 16 21!
and
28.31 27 is met by 11 17 25 30 34 19
23 13 x 44 B+.

because in this variation the black position is

weakened, more popular has become 9.38


33 13 19 10.33 28 17 22 11.28 x 17 11 x
31 12.36 x 27 10 14 and black keeps the

initiative.
9 10 14 10.44 39 13 19

15 12 17 16.42 38 17 22
17.28 x 17 11 x 22 18.47 42 7 12
19.33 28 22 x 3 3 20.39 x 28 2 8
21.44 39

11.49 44
This is a modern continuation. The most

popular way to continue used to be 11.50 44


11 17 21
11 4 9? 12.27 21! gives white a kingshot

21.43 39? 20 24 22.49 43 24 29! favors


black.
21.44 39 cant be met by 16 21? 23.27 x 16
6 11 24.16 x 7 23 29 25.34 x 23 18 x 29
26.7 x 18 13 x 44 because of 27.40 34 29 x
40 28.45 x 34 44 50 29.49
44 50 x 30
30.35 x 2 W+

to <4>.
12.36 31
White has all kind of alternatives here. World

champion juniors 2011 Roel Boomstra


introduced 12.33 28 21 26 13.39 33 8
13 14.35 30?! followed by 4 9 15.34 29

22 6 11 23.39 33 23 29 24.34 x 23

23 x 34 16.30 x 39. White holds the centre and

can later launch a Highland-attack.

After 24.33 x 24 19 x 39 25.43 x 34 14 19


26.49 43 19 24 only 27.28
22 is left for
white. 28.27 22 18 x 27 29.31 x 22 loses a
piece by 24 29 & 25 30 B+1 and 28.43
39 loses to 16 21 27 x 7 24 30 35 x 24 20 x
29 34 x 23 18 x 29 7 x 18 13 x 35 B+1.

12 21 26 13.41 36 8 13
14.33 28 4 9
14 2 8 wouldnt al ow 15.39 33? because
of the 16 21 18 22 23 29
kingshot.

24 18 x 29 25.33 x 24 19 x 30 26.35 x 24 20
x 29 with about equal play. This position is also
possible with 49 at <47>, as we saw, but now
whites distribution of pieces is better.

However black rather allows 39 33? as this is


worse than 38
33 which gives a better

distribution of pieces.

11 17 21

15.38 33

11 8 13 would allow the 27 22 34 30


exchange although this isnt attractive for white
either, so play continues 12.33 28 2
8

15.39 33 2 8 16.44 39 12 17 17.49 44


17 22 18.28 x 17 11 x 22 19.33 28 22 x 33
20.39 x 28 7 12 21.44 39 6 11 leads to a

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13.39 33 4 9 14.44 39 and black should


choose between 17 21 and 17 22.
12.36 31 21 26 13.33 28 8 13
14.39 33 2 8 15.47 41
This move, an idea introduced by Harm
Wiersma, looks strange at first sight, because
it creates a dangling piece at <41>. The point

is however that black now cant play 12


17
due to 34 30 40 x 29 27 21 32 x 23, so he
must play 20 24 or 23 29 with a
complicated game, in which whites control
over the centre should compensate the
weakness at <41>.

6.47 42
White can play the Molimard-exchange to
<22> immediately, like in Clerc Chizhov Wch
2001 (see appendix).
6 12 18 7.28 22 17 x 28
9.33 x 22 18 x 27 10.31 x 22 8 12
11.32 27 2 8 12.37 31 12 18
13.31 26 7 12 14.27 21 16 x 27
15.22 x 31
White wants to play against blacks left wing,
surrounding the centre.
Semi-classical variation
2) 2 18 23 3.30 25 23 x 32
4.37 x 28 13 18 5.41 37 17 21

15 23 29
15 20 24 16.34 29 23 x 34 17.40 x 20 15
x 24 18.44 39 favors white.

This variation can be played if black wants to


surround the white centre. It is similar to 1.31
27 19 23 2.33 28 17 21 3.28 x 19 14 x 23
4.38 33 (with reversed colors).

16.34 x 23 18 x 29 17.33 x 24 20 x 29
18.44 39 14 20 19.50 44

1.32 28 20 24 2.37 32 18 23 is often


played, but no clear theoretical lines have
appeared yet.

with a complicated game.


The cow
1.32 28 20 24 2.34 30

1.33 29 The diamond

This opening gives black two interesting


possibilities:

Roozenburg-opening
1.33 29 19 23 2.25 30 20 25

1) 2 14 20 3.30 25 10 14
4.37 32 18 23 5.42 37

2 14 19 can be met by 3.30 24 3.30 25


or 3.40 35.
After 3.30 25 the most active move is 3 17
22 4.25 x 14 9 x 20.
The alternative 3 10 14 4.39 33 17 22
5.44 39 11 17 6.32 28 23 x 32 7.37 x 28
4 10 8.29 23! 18 x 29 9.34 x 23 gives the
odds to white.

Now 5 17 21 can be met by 6.31 26

(which is not possible after the normal


5.41
37) 5 12 18 is met by 6.39 34! Therefore
black usual y plays:
5 4 10

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3.40 35 10 14 4.30 25 20 24 5.29 x 20


15 x 24 6.34
30 5 10 7.45
40 17 21

1) 13.31 26 27 32 14.38 x 27 22 x 42 15.47


x 38 and black should try to surround whites
attack.

8.39 34 and if black goes to <26> white will

2) 12.47 41 1 6 13.37 32 11 16 14.32 x


21 17 x 37 15.41 x 32 9 14 16.28 x 17 12 x
21 17.33 28 7 12 and black plays against
the right wing attack again.

change 32 28 x 32 and build the power block


to put pressure at <24>.
3.40 35 14 20

3) 12.46 41 1 6 13.48 42 9 14 14.31


26
White has to take care: after 14.28 23? 5
10!! he has no good move left! 15.37
31 is
punished by 27 32! 16.38 x 27 22 28 17.23
x 32 13 19 18.24 x 22 17 x 46 B+. Check
yourself how to punish the other possible white
moves.
14 27 31 15.36 x 27 22 x 31 16.37 32 31
36 with an interesting game.

3 14 19 4.30 24 19 x 30 5.35 x 24 9 14
5 10 14 6.24 19 13 x 33 7.39 x 10 5 x 14

8.38 33 favors white.


6.45 40 14 20 7.50 45 3 9 8.38 33 10
14 9.33 28 5 10 10.28 x 19 14 x 23 11.43
38 17
22 12.31 27 22 x 31
13.36 x 27

leads to a Roozenburg attack.


4.44 40 10 14 5.38 33 14 19
6.30 24 19 x 30 7.35 x 24 17 22
8.42 38 11 17 9.32 28 23 x 32
10.37 x 28

The Keller-opening
1.33 29 17 22 2.39 33 11 17
3.44 39 6 11
4.50 44 1 6
5.31 26 16 21 6.32 28 19 23
7.28 x 19 14 x 23

White takes a right wing attack. After 9.50 44


6 11 10.47 42 5 10 black doesnt have to
fear the attack at <23>, because 11.33 28 23
x 32 12.38 x 18 9
14 13.38
33 14 x 23
14.33 28? gives black the elegant
kingshot
14 17 22!! 15.28 x 6 23 28 16.32 x 23 12
17 17.23 x 21 16 x 27 18.31 x 22 13
18
19.22 x 13 8 x 50 + as was performed
in
Tsinman Kalmakov 2000 and Skliarow De
Voogd 2004.

These moves lead to the fascinating Kelleropening. The amount of theory of this opening
is huge. I wrote a series of articles on this
opening in draughts magazine Hoofdlijn
(consisting of 37 articles in total!). You can also
find theory about this opening at the Luteijn
website. Frits Luteijn has played many games
in this system and is known to be a
connoisseur on the Keller-opening (and many
other openings).

10 16 21 11.41 37

The Hedgehog

11.38 32? fails due to 21 27 12.32 x 21 17


x 37 13.41 x 32 6 11! 14.28 x 6 18 23
15.29 x 18 20 x 27 B+1.

1.33 29 17 21
This opening moves can lead to the same
variations as after 1.32 28 17 21 2.33 29
or 2.34 29, but white can also try the modern
system 2.39 33 21 26 3.44 39 11 17
4.50 44 6 11 5.34 30.

11 21 27 12.50 44 6 11

Krajenbrink-attack
1.33 29 16 21 2.31 26 11 16
These moves usual y lead to a sharp game.
We show what is called the Krajenbrink-attack:

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In this position with mutual outposts white
holds the centre and can choose from:

2 13 x 22 has been played many times by


former world champion Chogoliev. White can
Another main line is 3.39 33 7 11 4.44 39
try to get a fork-lock playing 3.31 26 12 18
1 7 5.50 44 and black can play 5 18 4.36 31 7 12 5.32 27 1 7 6.38 33 9
22, 5 20 25 or 5 19 23 al with a
13 7.42 38 19 23 8.41 36 as happened in
complex game.
Sijbrands Chogoliev 1990.
3.37 31

3 6 11 4.31 27 18 22 5.27 x 18
13 x 22 6.41 37 9 13

3.34 30 7 12 4.30 25 13 18
Black has to correct his division of pieces and
reinforce the right wing. White must choose
either the scheme 5.39 33 6.44 39 7.40
34 or 5.40 34 6.34 30 7.45
40 and if
white decides to play against a future black
attack the games gets exciting.
The buffalo
1.33 29 18 22 2.31 26 20 24
3.29 x 20 15 x 24
Black can also choose 2 19 24 3.39 33
22 27 4.32 x 21 16 x 27 5.37 32 11 16
6.32 x 21 16 x 27 7.41 37 17 22 8.44 39
8.34

30??
27

31
8 14 19 9.50 44 6 11 10.46 41 1 6
11.38 32 27 x 38 12.43 x 32 but 2 20 24
x 24 is much more interesting!

7.39 33
Sijbrands introduced the Springer Contra
Attaque in this position, playing 7.29 23 19 x
28 8.32 x 23.
After 7.39 33 black can play either 7 21
27 8.32 x 21 16 x 27 or 7 13 18 8.44 39
19 23, see the Gantwarg Sijbrands (1988)
game in the appendix.

4.34 30
Other moves arent serious. 4.37 31 allows
24 29 34 x 23 19 x 28 32 x 23 22 27 31 x
22 17 x 19 and 4.38
33 22 28! Is no
problem for black either.

The classical reply


1.33 29 20 24 2.29 x 20 15 x 24
3.32 28 17 21 leads to a classical game.
More interesting is 3.32 28 16 21 4.31 26
4.39 33 21 26 is also played.
4 21 27 5.38 33
5.37 31 18 23 leads to a centre attack for
black
5 27 32 6.28 22 17 x 28 7.33 x 22 18 x
27 8.37 x 28 11 17 9.39 33 13 18 10.44
39 18 22 like Mathijssen Dolfing (2002).
3.34 30 is also popular, for example 18 23
4.39 33
White can also choose 4.30 25 12 18 5.40
34 7 12 6.34 30 1 7 7.45 40
4 12 18 5.32 28 23 x 32 6.37 x 28 18
23 7.42 37 23 x 32 8.37 x 28 13 18 etc.

Black has two continuations, both leading to


interesting types of play.
4 13 18
4 22 28 5.32 x 23 19 x 28 6.30 x 19 14 x
23 gives black a centre attack and a
fascinating game may lie ahead.

1.33 29 18 23 2.29 x 18 12 x 23

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If black delays the 19 23 x 23 3exchange


even more with 3.31 26 7 12 4.37 31 1
7 5.42 38 20 25 6.41 37 14 20 7.46
Usually white doesnt occupy <36> yet, not
41 10 14 8.47 42 5 10 9.32 27 etc. we
finishing his fork-lock, so black gets an extra
arrive at the same fork-lock position as from
option playing 22
28 sometime, white trying the 1.32 28 18 22 opening (line 3.2).
to surround blacks centre attack.
3 7 12
1.33 28 Sijbrands-opening
3 19 23 4.28 x 19 14 x 34 5.40 x 29 7 12
1.33 28 is the favorite openings move of the
is also a good idea for black, leading to the
famous Ton Sijbrands.
same opening as 1.32 28 18 23 2.33 29
23 x 32 3.37 x 28 17 22 4.28 x 17 11 x 22
Old Dutch
5.39 33 13 18 with exchanged colors.
5.36 31 18 23 6.32 27 12 18
7.37 32 7 12 8.41 37 8 13

1.33 28 18 23

4.40 34 1 7 5.45 40 19 23

The Old Dutch opening usually leads to a


classical game and possibly a Highland attack.
An example play would be something along
these lines: 2.39 33 12 18 3.44 39 7 12

5 20 25 6.42 38 15 20 7.50 45 10
15
Another popular line is 7 19 23 8.28 x 19
14 x 23 9.32 28 23 x 32 10.37 x 28 20 24

4.31 27 20 24 5.37 31 14 20 6.41 37


11.29 x 20 25 x 14 etc.
8.31 26

White can launch the Highland-attack already


playing 27 22 x 22 and black could reply with
the symmetrical exchange
24 29 x 29.
6 10 14 7.34 29 23 x 34 8.40 x 29 20
25 9.29 x 20 15 x 24 10.27 22 18 x 27 11.31
x 22 and we arrive at positions to those that
arose from the 1.32 28 18 23 lines.
Modern play
1.33 28 18 22
Usually this opening leads to a modern game:
2.38 33 12 18 3.42 38 7 12 4.47 42 1
7 5.34 29 20 25 6.39 34 19 23 7.28 x
19 14 x 23 8.32 28 23 x 32 9.37 x 28 etc.

The sharpest move here is 8 16


8 5 10 is usual y met by 9.36 31 but the
aggressive 9.28 23 19 x 28 10.32 x 23 can
The alternative 2.31 27 22 x 33 3.39 x 28 19
also be played.
23 4.28 x 19 14 x 23 is not attractive for 9.37 31 11 16 10.31 27 10.41 37?
white, since his left wing is not developed well,
White should play 10.31 27 22 x 31 11.26x37
while piece <27> is blocking this development.
5 10 12.29 24 etc. taking a right wing
attack.
2.38 33 12 18 3.34 29
10 7 11 11.46 41 4 10! 12.47 42 2
7 leads to a difficult situation for white. The
Another possibility is 3.31 26. Black then has
also several options. The exchange 19
23 special move 4 10 is played to meet the 29
24 attack. If black played 5 10 he would not
4.28 x 19 14 x 23 again gives white choice
be able to attack the outpost since the 14 19
between 32 28 x 28 and 34 29 x 29.
attack at the outpost would then be punished
3.31 26 7 12 4.37 31 19 23 5.28 x 19
by the 31 27 29 24 27 22 32 x 5 kingshot.
14 x 23 6.32 27 leads to the so-cal ed
If white indeed takes the attack the game can
Wiersma-opening, black can play either 6 13
continue with 13.29 24 20 x 29 14.34 x 23 18
19 or the sharp 6 23 28.
x 29
15.33 x 24 22 x 33 16.38 x 29 19 x 30
17.35 x 24 14 19 18.40 35 19 x 30 19.35 x

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24 10 14 20.44 40 14 19 21.40 35 19
x 30
22.35 x 24
5 10 and white has
huge
problems defending his outpost (see C. Pippel
Mathijssen game in appendix).

2 14 19 3.45 40
3.33 28 is an interesting variation leading to
modern play. A critical line is 317 22 4.28 x
17 11 x 22 5.39 33 10 14 6.43 39 12 17
7.48 43 6 11 8.45 40 5 10 9.32 28 23
x 32 10.37 x 28 8 12 11.41 37 16 21
12.31 26 20 24 13.29 x 20 15 x 24 14.46
41 21 27 with a Roozenburg attack for black.

6.28 x 19 14 x 23 7.32 28 23 x 32
8.37 x 28 16 21 9.43 38
with a modern game. Black can try to get a
Roozenburg attack.

Another popular line in this opening is


5 7 11 6.43 39 10 14 7.48 43 5
10 8.45 40 1 7 9.32 28

The seagull

After 9.31 26 black should take care not to


fall victim to the shot 9 12 17? 10.26 21!
17 x 26* 11.32 28 23 x 32 12.37 x 17 11 x 22
13.29 24 20 x 29 14.34 x 1 W+.

1.33 28 17 21 2.39 33
If white wants to avoid complications 2.31 26
20 24 3.26 x 17 11 x 33 4.38 x 20 15 x 24
can be played.

9 23 x 32 10.37 x 17 11 x 22 11.41 37 16
21 12.31 26 21 27 13.37
31 with an
interesting game.

2 21 26 3.44 39 11 17 4.50 44
Black has now several possibilities. Lets
consider two of them:

3 10 14 4.50 45

1) 4 6 11 5.31 27 19 23
5 1 6? can be strongly met by 6.28 23 19
x 28 7.32 x 23 18 x 29 8.34 x 23 with centre
attack.
5 17 21 6.27 22 18 x 27 7.28 23 19 x
28 8.33 x 31 is not very exciting
6.28 x 19 14 x 23 7.33 28 9 14 8.28 x 19
14 x 23 9.38 33 10 14 10.34 30.
White
will try to surround the black centre. White will
not play 33 28 but he will try to get control
over <29> later.
2) 4 7 11 5.31 27
If white doesnt want to play this line, he can
choose 5.33 29 20 24 6.29 x 20 15 x 24
7.38 33 10 15 8.42 38 etc.
6 17 22 7.28 x 17 11 x 31 8.36 x 27 19
23 9.35 30
White now cant successful y surround blacks
centre, because blacks left wing is too strong.
He would better try to get a Roozenburg attack
after 20 25 10.33 29 etc.

4.32 28 23 x 32 5.37 x 28 is a frequently


played alternative.
4 5 10
Chizov-opening
Tenfold world champion Alexe Chizhov likes
to play 5.29 24 20 x 29 6.33 x 24 19 x 30
7.34 x 25, for example: 13 19 8.38 33 8
13 9.42 38 15 20 10.39 34 2 8 11.44
39 10 15 12.47 42 White trying to get
pressure at blacks left wing. At 12 20 24 he
plays 13.34 29 23 x 34 14.40 x 20 15 x 24
15.45 40 18 23 16.32 28 23 x 32 17.37 x
28 12 18 18.40 34 etc. At 12 17 21 he
can play 13.34 29 23 x 34 14.39 x 30 etc.
Fork-lock-variation 1
5.31 26 20 25 6.37 31 14 20
7.41 37 10
The solid 7.20 24 8.29 x 20 25 x 14 has been
played many times, but we follow a more
interesting line.

1.34 29 Fork-lock-opening
1.34 29 19 23 2.40 34
After 2.33 28 23 x 34 both 3.40 x 29 and 3.39
x 30 are played. After 3.39 x 30 white will
correct the distribution of pieces quickly again
by playing 38 33 42 38 47 42 etc.

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8.46 41 5 10 9.32 28 23 x 32
10.37 x 28 19 23 11.28 x 19 13 x 24

Black has fork-locked the opponent. From this

The peacock

popular theoretical position the main line is:

1.34 29 17 22 2.40 34 11 17

12.41 37 8 13 13.37 32 2 8 14.42 37


14 19

3.45 40 6 11 4.50 45 1 6 5.31 26 16


21 leads to the Keller-opening, but white can
also play:
3.32 28 6 11 4.37 32 19 23
5.28 x 19 14 x 23 6.41 37 10 14
If black wants to eliminate the 7.35 30 move
he can play 6 13 19, for example 7.46 41
10 14 8.45 40 5 10 9.32 28 23 x 32
10.37 x 28 16 21 11.31 26 19 23 12.28 x
19 14 x 23 etc.

15.48 42

7.35 30 20 25 8.45 40 5 10
9.40 35 would allow 23 28 32 x 23 22 27
31 x 22 17 x 19 and whites right wing will be
locked. Therefore white should make sure he
stil has the 30 24 29 23 33 x 35 exchange
if black takes the 23 28 22 27 exchange.

After 15.47 41 17 22 white should not play

16.48 42 10 14 17.32 28 because of 12


17! with tactical problems for white, for 18.37
32 is punished by 18 23! 19.29 x 27 24 29
20.33 x 24 20 x 29 21.34 x 23 17 22 22.27 x
18 13 x 33 23.39 x 28 16 21 24.26 x 17 11 x
33 25.38 x 29 19 x 50 B+, but 16.32 28 10
14 17.28 x 17 12 x 21 18.26 x 17 11 x 22 19.38
32 8 12 20.33 28 22 x 33 21.29 x 38 like

9.46 41 14 19
At 9 1 6 white plays 10.50 45.

in Dibman Stokkel (1983) (see appendix).

10.40 35

15 10 14 16.31 27 17 21
17.26 x 17 11 x 31 18.37 x 26
with an interesting fight in the fork-lock.
Fork-lock-variation 2
1.34 29 20 25 2.40 34 14 20
3.45 40 10 14
Black can take the fork-lock at once, if he
wishes, playing 3 19 24.
Black has to choose between playing 10 14
and 9 14 & 3 9. 10 10 14 can be met
by 11.32 28 23 x 12.37 x 28 16 21 with an
interesting, modern game. The alternative is
11.44 40 14 20 12.50 45 20 24
Black cant take a centre attack playing 12
22 28? 13.33 x 22 17 x 28 because of the
shot 14.29 24! 20 x 29 15.30 24 29 x 20
16.34 30 25 x 34 17.40 x 29 23 x 34 18.32 x
25 W+1.
13.29 x 20 15 x 24 and white can simply play
14.34 29 23 x 34 15.40 x 20 25 x 14 16.31

4.32 28
From here there also often will emerge a forklock-position: 4 5 10 can be met by the 28
23 & 29 24 exchange, so more principal is
4 17 21 after which white could take a right
wing attack, by playing either 5.29 24 or
allow a chain-lock playing either 5.31 26 19
24 6.26 x 17 11 x 22 7.28 x 17 12 x 21 or 5.37
32 5 10 6.41 37 19 23 7.28 x 19 13 x
24 8.32 28 21 26 etc.

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Another quite popular line is 4.31 26 14 19


5.40 35 19 x 30 6.35 x 24 10 14 7.24 20
15 x 24 8.33 28 22 x 33 9.38 x 20 and the
future piece at <15> promises an interesting
game.

27 22 x 31 17.37 x 28 or play the


more
complex 14.31 27 22 x 31 15.36 x 27.
If black plays 10 9 14 white wil try to get a
Roozenburg attack: 11.44 40 3 9 12.50

45 1 6 13.31 27 22 x 31 14.36 x 27 etc.

4 14 20 5.38 33 10 14 6.32 28
After 6.42 38 16 21 7.31 26 11 16 8.37
31 21 27 9.32 x 21 16 x 27 10.41 37 6
11 11.37 32 11 16 12.32 x 21 16 x 27
13.46 41 14 19 white should give up his
outpost at <24> to attack the outpost at <27>:
14.41 37 19 x 30 15.40 34 13 18 16.37
32 9 13 17.32 x 21 like Gantwarg Wiersma
(1979).

1.34 29 17 21
Usually this opening will be the same as after
1.32 28 17 21 2.34 29 21 26 etc. like
after 1.34 29 17 21 2.39 33 21 26 3.44

39 11 17 4.50 44 6 11 5.32 28 17
21 etc.

6 16 21 7.37 32 11 16
8.43 38 6 11 9.31 27 22 x 31
10.36 x 27 21 26 11.41 36

1.34 30 The French opening


1.34 30 20 25
The most frequently played continuation is
2.32 28 25 x 34 3.39 x 30 and after 16
21
4.37 32 21 26 5.32 27 26 x 37 6.41 x 32
15 20 7.46 41 20 24 the game will

continue along classical lines.


The Cheetah
2.30 24 19 x 30 3.25 x 24
This sharp continuation is the fastest way to
get a right wing attack from the opening, which

After 11.41 37 1 6! The 17 22 threat


would force white to flee to the edge of the
board with the poor 27 21 x 21. Therefore
white is almost forced to play 11.41 36. Black
can choose between two sharp plans:

fully explains the name of this opening..


3 18 22
This is the sharpest continuation.
3 18 23 should be answered by 4.40 34
4.32 28? 23 x 32 5.37 x 28 isnt good for
black is going to attack the outpost repeatedly
with huge problems for white. His right wing

1) 11 17 21 12.46 41 12 17 13.41 37
7 12 14.37 31 26 x 37 15.42 x 31 21 26
16.47 42 26 x 37 17.42 x 31 1 6 with the
idea of reducing whites space more and more.

will be demolished.
4 14 20
4 14 19 5.34 30 25 x 34 6.39 x 30 10

14 7.30 25 19 x 30 8.25 x 34 gives white a


slight advantage. Piece 35 is centralized.
5.44 40 20 x 29 6.33 x 24 10 14 7.50 44
14 20 8.32 28
White should be aware of the shot after 9.39
33? 20 x 29 10.33 x 24 23 28! 11.32 x 23 12
18 12.23 x 21 16 x 27 13.31 x 22 13
18
14.22 x 13 8 x 50 B+.
8. 23 x 32 9.37 x 28 20 x 29 10.34 x 23 and

2) 11 4 10 12.47 41
12.46 41? is wrong, for after 14 19 13.40
35 19 x 30 14.35 x 24 9 14 15.44 40 14
19 16.40 35 19 x 30 17.35 x 24 10 14
18.45 40 26 31! black wins a piece,
because 19.27 21 16 x 27 20.32 x 21 17 x 26
21.36 x 27 is met by 25 30 22.24 x 35 20
24 23.29 x 18 12 x 45 B+1 and 19.27 22 is
punished by 13 18! 20.36 x 27 18 23 21

there is nothing wrong with whites centre

89

attack.
4.33 29

21.28 x 10 17 x 46 22.10 4 46 28! 23.33 x


22 8 13 24.4 x 18 17 x 21 B+.

3.28 x 19 14 x 23 4.39 33
This is the modern continuation. White used to
play 4.38 33 with the same strategy. White
wants to get an initiative at the right wing. If
black occupies <24> white uses the power
block to put pressure. Further on in the game
white wants to control <29>. He wil not play
the 33 28 move in the early stages of the
game, but play at the right wing. Thats why
this game type is called semi-classics, white
wont make the game closed classical, but tries
to take <29> under control, surrounding the
black centre.
4.38 33 21 26.
A move like 4 13 19 would allow white to
free his big bel y at the left wing playing 5.37
31 8 13 6.31 26 etc.
5.34 30 10 14 6.30 25 (doesnt al ow 20
24 which is actually an option for black after
4.39 33 10 14 5.34 30 21 26 6.30 25)
6 14 19 7.25 x 14 9 x 20
Black can also take backwards, but white then
gets more space for getting the right wing
under control.
8.35 30 5 10 9.43 38
We show the critical line, white can play more
safely by 30 25 and then the moves 40 34,
44 40 and 49 43.
9 10 14 10.49 43 4 9 11.40 35 11
17 12.45 40 7
11 13.39 34?! 20 25!
14.44 39 14 20 15.33 29 like in Wiersma
J. v.d. Wal (1979).

12 26 31! This surprising move is based on


the kingshot after 13.27 22? 13
19!! 14.24
x 4 14 19 15.36 x 27 8 13 16.4 x 18 12 x 43

17.48 x 39 19 23 18.28 x 19 17 x 48 B+.


13.27 21 16 x 27 14.32 x 21 17 x 26 15.36 x

27 14 19 16.40 35 19 x 30 17.35 x 24 9
14 18.44 40 14 19 19.40 35 19
x 30
20.35 x 24 10 14 21.28 23
22.45 40 loses a piece as we already saw,
so white has to defend piece 24 horizontal y.
21 13 19 22.24 x 13 8 x 28 23.33 x 22 14
19 with advantage for black.
Ottink-variation
1.34 30 17 22 2.30 25 11 17
3.31 26 6 11 4.37 31
Black can take a right wing attack playing 4
22 27 5.32 x 21 16 x 27 6.31 x 22 18 x
27

7.41 37 13 18 or allow a fork lock after 4


1 6 5.32 27 19 23 6.33 29 23 x 34 7.40
x 29 with the so-called Ottink-variation. Instead
of the usual 7 13 19 black can play
sharper: 7 20 24 5.29 x 20 15 x 24 8.45
40 13 19 9.40 34 19 23 10.34 29 23 x
34 11.39 x 19 14 x 23 with an interesting game
with the fork-lock.

4 10 14 5.34 30

1.31 27 Polish opening

Important other continuations are 5.33 28


and 5.44 39.

This opening move gives black the opportunity


to play against whites left wing. White allows
this in order to get surrounding chances
against the black centre.

5.33 28 and now 3 possibilities:


1) 4 14 19 5.44 39 21 26
5 5 10? is punished by the Arc shot 27
22! 18 x 27 38 33 27 x 29 37 31 23 x 32 34
x 5. W+
White can try to trap the opponent playing 7.34
30 5 10? and perform the so-called coup
Raman: 8.30 24!! 20 x 29 (19 x 30 28 x 19 13
x 24 37 31 26 x 28 39 33 28 x 39 43 x 5
W+) 8.27 22 18 x 27 9.32 x 21 23 x 32
(otherwise 39 34 follows) 10.38 x 27 26 x 17
11.27 22 17 x 28 12.39 33 ad lib. 13.43 x 5
W+. But black can make an exchange playing
7 26 31 8.37 x 26 18 22 9.27 x 29 19

Semi-classical opening
1.31 27 19 23 2.33 28 17 21
After 2 17 22 2.28 x 19 22 x 31 3.36 x 27
14 x 23 4.41
36 11
17 5.46
41 white
wants to build an cannon at his left wing. 10
14 6.37 31 14 19 7.38 33 5 10 8.42
38 10 14 9.41 37 6 11 10.47 41 1 6
11.34 29 23 x 34 12.39 x 30 like Sijbrands
J. Palmans 2008.
1 20 25 2.28 x 19 14 x 23 can potential y
lead to positions from the Russian bear (1.32
28 20 25).

90

24 10.30 x 19 13 x 44 11.50 x 39 16

18.19 13! 8 x 19 19.29 23 ad lib. 20.37


31 36 x 27 21.38 32 ad lib. 22.42 x 4 W+.

21
12.26 x 17 11 x 44 13.43 39 44 x 33 14.38 x

Black can play (from the last diagram) 7 21


26 8.38 33! White is creating the crucial 33
/ 39 formation making
13 19, which would
strengthen blacks left wing (13 19 8 13 2
8), unattractive because of 37 31! 26 x 28 33
x 24 20 x 29. Usual y the game continues
something like: 8 10 14 9.34 30 14 19
10.30 25 9 14 11.35 30 4 9 12.40 35
11 17 13.43 38 20 24 14.49 43 etc.

29 with a slight edge for black. Positional y


more correct is 7.36
31 because black cant

play at <17> white can play 41 36 at the next


move, always able to change after 11 17 with
27 21 developing his left wing and 12 17 is
usually prohibited because of the bomb
shot,
for example: 7.36 31 5 10 8.41 36 10
14 9.34 30 12 17? 10.30 24!
20 x 29
11.27 21 16 x 27 12.32 x 12 23 x 41 13.12 x
34 W+1.

5 14 19 6.30 25 21 26
After 6 20 24 white builds the power block
playing 44 39 40 34 34 30 45 40 50
45 49 34.

2) 5 13 19 In this case whites positional y


correct move is 6.36 31 (followed by 41 36)
but he can try to trap his opponent playing 6.44
39 8 13 7.34 30!? 20 24? 8.27 22! 18
x 27 9.38
33 27 x 29
10.39
34 23 x 32
11.34 x 23 19 x 28 12.30 x 26 winning
the
piece at <32>.

7.25 x 14 9 x 20
7 19 x 10 isnt bad, but white gets more
space at the right wing.
8.35 30 5 10 9.30 25 10 14

10.44 39 4 9 11.40 34 20 24
Another logical line is 11 11 17 12.45 40
7 11 13.50 45 17 21 14.34 30 20 24
15.40 35 11 17 16.49 44 etc.

3) 5 5 10 6.28 x 19 14 x 23 7.44 39

12.45 40 11 17 13.50 45 14 20
14.25 x 14 9 x 20

Black has to dodge a famous trap, that has


made countless victims already: the coup
Lochtenberg: 7 10 14? 8.27 22! 18 x 27
9.36 31 27 x 36 10.32 27 21 x 32 11.37 x
10 9 14 12.10 x 19 13 x 24 13.34 30 3 9
14.30 x 19 4 10
14 9 13 15.40 34 13 x 24 16.34 30 4
9 17.30 x 19 9 13 18.39 34 13 x 24 19.34
30 24 29 20.30 25 20 24 21.25 20 8
13 22.38 33 29 x 38 23.20 x 29 W+1.
15.35 30!
Preventing 9 14 while 20 24 is met by the
stick move 20 14 W+.
15 20 25 16.41 37 25 x 34 17.40 x 29 12
18
Black tries to get back the lost piece, at 17
15 20 there is a similar shot beginning with
29 24 & 19 14.

Black tries to get control over <24> but 15.40


35 can lead to a fierce fight, like in the
Hoogendoorn W. van der Kooij game in
which white managed to get control over <29>
later anyhow!
Left-wing-opening
1.31 27 17 21

91

White can play the simple 2.37 31 21

have overlooked the simple shot after 12 13


18? 13.28 22! 17 x 28 14.33 x 13 9 x 18
15.27 22 18 x 27 16.32 x 21 16 x 27 17.35
30 24 x 33 18.38 x 16 winning piece <27>.
Usually black plays 12 20 25.

26
3.32 28 26 x 37 4.41 x 32 developing his left
wing. 2.37

31 19 23 3.31 26 is also

possible, but quite boring after 20 24 26 x 17


11 x 31 36 x 27 24 29 33 x 24 23 28 32 x
23 18 x 20 =, but 3.41 37 21 26 4.33 28
11 17 5.28 x 19 14 x 23 6.27 21 16 x 27 31
x 11 6 x 17 isnt exciting either.

3 10 14 4.46 41 5 10
5.31 27 20 24
6.36 31 15 20
7.33 28 10 15
8.41 36 4 10
9.47 41 17 21 10.26 x 17 11 x 33
11.39 x 28 23 29 12.34 x 23 18 x 29

Playing 2.33 28 can lead to the same varition

as before, but if black plays 21 26 3.39 33


11 17 4.44 39 17 22 5.28 x 17 12 x 21
instead of 19 23 x 23, its harder for white to
get a good surrounding play, as we already
saw in the 1.33 28 17 21 Seagull opening.
6.33 28 7 12 7.50 44 1 7 8.38 33 7
11
If black changes 19 23 x 23 white frees his
left wing by 32 28 23 x 32 27 x 38.
9.43 38 19 23 10.28 x 19 14 x 23 11.33
28 9 14 12.28 x 19 14 x 23 13.38 33 10
14 14.32 28 23 x 32 15.27 x 38 20 24 white
trailing 8 temps, giving black the initiative.

13.27 21 16 x 27 14.31 x 22 6 11 leads to


an exciting game as in Valneris Chizhov
(2001). Of course there are many more
variations in this opening, but we showed one
of the most interesting ones.
When playing this opening with black, you
have to take care for the trap called the
Mountain shot after 1.31 26 19 23 2.37
31 14 19 3.33 29 (this move can also be
played later on) 10 14 4.41 37 5 10 5.46
41 20 25 6.39 33

The big leap


1.31 27 17 22
White can play many moves like 2.37 31 19
23 3.31 26 22 x 31 4.26 x 37 or 2.32 28
22 x 31 3.36 x 27. However, the most exciting
continuation is:
2.36 31 22 28
2 19 23 3.34 29 23 x 34 4.40 x 29 14
19 5.32 28 is very solid.

6 14 20? 7.26 21!! 17 x 26 8.32 28 23 x


32 9.37 x 28 26 x 46 10.29 23 18 x 29 11.34
x 5 and blacks king is caught or 7.26 21 16 x
27 8.32 x 21 17 x 26 9.33 28 23 x 32 10.37 x
28 26 x 46 11.29 23 18 x 29 12.34 x 5 with
the same result.
Black can play 6 15 20 7.44 39 10 15
8.50 44 4 10 9.32 28 23 x 32 10.37 x 28
19 23 11.28 x 19 13 x 24 with the fork-lock
position from 1.34 29 19 23.

3.32 x 23 19 x 28 4.33 x 22 16 21

5.27 x 16 18 x 36
White can also take 2.33 x 22 16- 21 3.27 x 16
18 x 36. In both cases the piece at <36>
promises an interesting fight.
The edge-opening
1.31 26 19 23 2.36 31 14 19
3.41 36
Another popular line is 3.33 28 20 24 4.39
33 10 14 5.44 39 14 20 6.41 36 5
10 7.46 41 10 14 8.34 29 23 x 34 9.40 x
29 18 23 10.29 x 18 12 x 23 11.31 27 7
12 12.45 40. In this position many
players

Rejected edge-opening
1.31 26 17 21 2.26 x 17 11 x 22

92

This opening usual y transposes to 1.32

8.47 41 21 26 9.39 33 and black can opt


for either 9 17 22 or the continuation
Sijbrands chose against Cordier: 9 15 20
10.44 39 19 24 11.30 x 19 13 x 24 12.49
44 9 13 13.35 30 24 x 35 14.29 23 18 x
29 15.33 x 15 with an exciting game with the
edge piece at <15> (see appendix).

28
17 22 2.28 x 17 11 x 22 3.37 32. If white
plays 3.37 31 we arrive at the same position.

Of course black can play all moves, of


which
1.31 26 18 23 is a frequently played
one,
but we will not elaborate on this possibilities
here.

6.43 38
6.42 38? is punished by 19 24! 7.29 x 20
22 28 8.32 x 23 18 x 29 9.34 x 23 25 x 45
and piece 23 wil be shelled.

1.35 30 The wild horse

6 11 17 7.38 33 6 11

The sharpest of opening moves is 1.35 30. It


ois also the rarest opening move, but can lead
to exciting games!

White can now choose between 8.32 28 and


the immediate 8.30 24 19 x 30 9.35 x 24 both
leading to a quick right wing attack.

1.35 30 20 25 2.40 35
2.33 29 15 20 3.29 23 white taking
an
early centre attack is called the Agafonovopening.
2 15 20 3.45 40 20 24
3 17 22 is a good move too, after 4.32 28
20 24 etc. white plays with a locked right
wing, like in a Schwarzman Chizhov world
championship match.
Opening ceremony of a Chinese draughts
event

4.33 29 24 x 33 5.38 x 29

Epilogue
Many openings can be studied much deeper. If
you want to do this it is very helpful to have the
games database called Turbo Dambase,
produced by Klaas Bor. This database
contains some 300,000 games.

5 17 22
5 10 15 6.50 45 5 10 7.42 38 16
21! is also a popular line.
8.31 26 isnt attractive now, because of 17
22 26 x 28 18 23 29 x 18 13 x 31 36 x 27 15
20 and white is getting locked. At 8.39 33

black plays 21 27 9.32 x 21 17 x 26.


White
can choose to play 8.38 33 21 27 9.31 x 22

18 x 38 10.43 x 32 or 10.33 x 42 like Georgiev


played against Schwarzman in 2003.

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Appendix openings
1.32 28 19 23
Roozenburg-variation
Wiersma Kuyken 1973 (2-0)
1.32-28 19-23
2.28x19 14x23
6.40-35
11.45-40
16.41-36
21.38-33
26.33-28
31.49-43
36.32x12
41.22-17
46.42-38

14-19
6-11
11-17
6-11
12-17
8-13
11-17
34x45
7-11

7.41-37
12.30-24
17.48-42
22.36-31
27.28x19
32.39-33
37.12x21
42.17-11
47. 6x17

10-14
19x30
1- 6
10-14
18-23
12-18
16x47
47-36
15-20

3.37-32 10-14

8.46-41
13.35x24
18.50-45
23.43-38
28.29x 9
33.44-40
38.29-23
43.11- 6
48.17-12

17-22
14-20
4-10
14-19
20x40
13-19
19-24
2- 7
20-24

4.35-30 20-25

9.31-27
14.38-33
19.33-28
24.40-35
29.45x34
34.33-28
39.28-22
44.38-33
49.29x20

22x31
17-21
9-14
19x30
3x23
18-22
24-30
45-50
45x 7

10.36x27
15.42-38
20.28x19
25.35x24
30.47-41
35.27x29
40.34-29
45.43-39
50.20-14

5.33-29
11-17
21-26
14x23
17-21
7-12
21-27
30-34
50-45
7-23

Drost-variation
Wiersma - Georgiev 1995
1.32-28 19-23 2.28x19
6.35-30 20-25 7.33-29
11.45-40 17-21 12.38-33
16.41-36 12-17 17.33-28
21.27-22 18x27 22.29-23
26.49-43 31-36 27.44-39
31.39x30 9-14 32.30-25
36.38-32 1- 6 37.43-38
41.19x 8 12x 3
46.23-19 14x23
51.25x 3 31x42

56.24x15 14-19

(2-0)
14x23
17-22
11-17
7-12
27-31
21-27
2- 8
6-11

42.23-18 17-22
47.28x17 21x12
52. 3x47 26-31

3.37-32
8.40-35
13.30-24
18.28x19
23.39-33
28.28-23
33.44-39
38.48-43

10-14
11-17
19x30
17-22
17-22
27-31
4- 9
11-17

43.34-29 22x13
48.32x21 16x27
53.30-24 31-37

57.25-20 19-23

4.41-37
9.31-27
14.35x24
19.40-35
24.32-28
29.50-44
34.39-34
39.43-39

5-10
22x31
21-26
22x31
13-18
17-21
9-13
22-27

5.46-41
10.36x27
15.43-38
20.36x27
25.23x12
30.34-30
35.34-30
40.39-34

14-19
6-11
17-21
12-17
8x17
25x34
3- 9
8-12

44.29-23 3- 8
49.47-41 36x47
54.35-30 10-14

45.33-28 8-12
50.38-33 47x20
55.30-25 15-20

4.41-37
9.31-27
14.41-36
19.42-38
24.45-40
29.44-39
34.28-23
39.49-44
44.38-32
49.29x38
54.39-33
59.33-29
64.18-13

5.46-41
10.36x27
15.37-31
20.38-32
25.31x22
30.38-32
35.38-32
40.33x42
45.30-24
50.44-39
55.34-29
60.26-21
65.23-19

58.15-10

Springer Contra Attaque


Traor - Gantwarg
1.32-28
6.35-30
11.32x23
16.27x18
21.32-28
26.42-37
31.33x42
36.43-38
41.36-31
46.28-23
51.32x21
56.29-23
61.23-18

19-23
20-25
19x28
13x22
16-21
7-12
1- 7
7-11
8-13
22-28
16x36
27-31
9-14

66.13- 9 34-39

1980 (02)

2.28x19
7.33-29
12.38-32
17.39-33
22.47-42
27.50-44
32.42-38
37.32-28
42.42-38
47.23-19
52.38-32
57.37x26
62.29-23

14x23
10-14
13-19
28x39
12-18
21-26
13-18
11-17
14-19
28-33
22-27
36-41
47x20

3.37-32
8.40-35
13.32x23
18.44x33
23.43-38
28.48-43
33.39-33
38.38-32
43.23x14
48.19x 8
53.32x21
58.40-34
63.34-30

67. 9- 3 39-43

10-14
17-22
19x28
4-10
9-13
17-21
2- 8
22-27
20x 9
3x12
26x17
41-47
25x34

68. 3-14

94

14-19
22x31
8-13
11-17
22-27
11-16
18-22
27x38
12-18
17-22
17-22
12-17
20-24

5-10
23-28
18-22
6-11
18x27
27x38
14-20
10-14
18-22
21-27
22-27
17x26
14x23

5-10

Chizhov-exchange
Chizhov - Wesselink 1987 (2-0)
1.32-28 19-23
2.28x19 14x23
6.39x30
11.32-28
16.31-26
21.36x27
26.49-44
31.40-34
36.39-33
41.34-29
46.32-28
51.38-33
56.23-19
61. 3x17
66.23-19
71.19-13

14-19
23x32
21-27
22x31
18-23
2- 8
3- 9
22x31
7-11
27-32
13-18
36-41
22-27
36-41

7.44-39
12.37x28
17.34-30
22.38-33
27.37-32
32.48-43
37.32-27
42.26x37
47.37-31
52.40-34
57.36-31
62.17-28
67.32x16
72.13- 8

10-14
17-22
19-23
31-36
13-19
13-18
18-22
6-11
36x27
11-17
37x26
41-47
31-37
41-46

3.37-32 10-14

4.41-37

5-10

5.34-29 23x34

8.40-34
13.28x17
18.33-29
23.42-38
28.44-40
33.33-29
38.29x18
43.33-28
48.28-22
53.47-41
58.19-14
63.28-32
68.29-23
73.32-27

18-23
11x22
23x34
20-24
14-20
20-25
22x13
11-17
9-13
25-30
26-31
47-36
26-31
46-28

9.45-40
14.50-45
19.40x29
24.30x19
29.25x14
34.30-24
39.38-32
44.43-38
49.22x31
54.34x25
59.14- 9
64.33-28
69.16-32
74. 8- 2

12-18
1- 7
4-10
14x34
9x20
19x30
13-18
8-12
21-27
17-21
31-36
36-31
37x28
28-41

10.46-41
15.30-25
20.41-37
25.39x30
30.43-39
35.35x24
40.45-40
45.28-23
50.31x22
55.41-36
60. 9- 3
65.28-23
70.23x32
75.27-21

7-12
16-21
27-31
10-14
8-13
12-17
17-22
17-21
18x27
32-37
21-26
18-22
31-36
41-23

3.37-32
8.40-34
13.45-40
18.40x20
23.34-30
28.34-29
33.28-23
38.35x24
43.42-38
48. 9x18
53.39-34

10-14
18-23
17-21
15x24
11-17
23x34
19x39
8-13
17-21
26-31
10-14

4.41-37
9.46-41
14.50-45
19.39-34
24.31-27
29.40x20
34.30x10
39.25-20
44.48-43
49.18-12
54.34-30

5-10
12-18
21-26
4-10
17-21
15x24
18-22
21-27
27-31
31-37
35x24

5.34-29
10.32-28
15.38-32
20.43-39
25.39-34
30.27-22
35.27x18
40.32x21
45.24-19
50.12- 7
55. 2x30

23x34
23x32
18-23
12-18
10-15
18x27
9-13
16x27
31x42
24-30
21-26

10-14
16-21
20-24
16x27
24x33
2- 7
19-24
23-28
22-28
29x40

4.41-37
9.31-26
14.29x20
19.34-30
24.39x37
29.37-32
34.38-32
39.30x19
44.45-40
49.35x44

5-10
18-22
15x24
13-18
6-11
11-16
27x38
13x24
18-23
23-29

5.46-41
10.38-32
15.40-34
20.30-25
25.37-32
30.32x21
35.43x32
40.27-21
45.40-34
50.44-40

14-19
11-16
21-27
1- 7
11-16
16x27
9-13
8-12
10-14
17-22

76.21-17
Chizhov - Berot 2002 (2-0)
1.32-28
6.39x30
11.37x28
16.30-25
21.49-44
26.42-38
31.45-40
36.18x 9
41.38-33
46.38x47
51.43-39

19-23
14-19
7-12
20-24
18-23
12-18
27-31
3x 5
11-17
13x24
5-10

2.28x19
7.44-39
12.41-37
17.34-29
22.44-40
27.47-42
32.36x27
37.40-34
42.20-14
47.14- 9
52. 7- 2

14x23
10-14
1- 7
23x34
7-12
6-11
13-18
39x30
2- 8
8-13
30-35

56.30-48
Groninger variation
Greveraars - Thijssen 1997 (02)
1.32-28
6.32-28
11.43-38
16.32x21
21.45-40
26.32x21
31.41-37
36.32-27
41.21-16
46.31-27

19-23
23x32
3- 9
16x27
18-23
16x27
7-11
14-19
28-32
32x21

51.26x17 22x11

2.28x19
7.37x28
12.48-43
17.37-32
22.50-45
27.42-37
32.44-39
37.40-34
42.16x 7
47.36-31

14x23
9-14
7-11
11-16
23x32
7-11
12-18
19-23
12x 1
24-29

3.37-32
8.41-37
13.34-29
18.32x21
23.33-29
28.47-41
33.37-31
38.34-30
43.49-43
48.43-38

52.40-35 11-16

95

1.32 28 18 23 Chefneux
The Fox
A. Chizhov A. Shwarzman 1998 (1-1)
1.32-28 18-23
2.33-29 23x32
3.37x28 20-25
6.29-24
11.33x24
16.39-33
21.37-32
26.42-37
31.42-37
36.33-29
41.44-40

46. 9- 4

19x30
10-14
3- 9
14-20
6-11
2- 7
4- 9
45x34

7.35x24
12.46-41
17.43-39
22.32x21
27.44-40
32.37-32
37.49-44
42.39x10

7-11

11-16
1- 7
5-10
20x40
12-17
13-19
13-18
9-14

8.39-33
13.41-37
18.31-26
23.45x34
28.37-32
33.32x21
38.29-24
43.10x19

7-12
14-19
18-22
10-14
8-12
19x28
18-23
25-30

4.41-37 12-18

5.37-32 16-21

9.44-39
14.40-35
19.48-43
24.28-23
29.32x21
34.38-33
39.34-29
44.19-14

14-20
19x30
21-27
22-28
11-16
17-22
23x45
30-34

10.50-44
15.35x24
20.32x21
25.33x11
30.47-42
35.36-31
40.24-20
45.14- 9

20x29
9-14
16x27
7x27
16x27
9-13
15x24
34-40

4.41-37
9.42x31
14.32x23
19.48-42
24.40-34
29.38x27
34.38-33

17-21
14-19
5-10
1- 6
13x24
17-22
50-45

5.37-32
10.46-41
15.31-26
20.37-32
25.34-30
30.27x18
35.42-38

15-20
10-14
16-21
6-11
9-13
24-30
45-23

4.39-33
9.44-39
14.40-34
19.38-32
24.49-43
29.35x15

15-20
16-21
12-17
13-18
8-13
19-24

5.41-37 19-24
10.50-44 10-14
15.27-22 8-12
20.22x13 9x18
25.37-32 2- 8
30.29x 9 18x27

4.36-31
9.34-29
14.45-40
19.50-45
24.41-36
29.39-34
34.32x23
39.32x23
44.30-24
49.39-33

20-24
23x34
21-26
24-30
10-14
30x39
19x28
13-19
20-25
3- 9

5.43-38
10.40x29
15.40-34
20.35x24
25.36-31
30.43x34
35.38-32
40.23-18
45.29-23
50.33-29

47. 4x27 11-16

E. Holstvoogd T. Sijbrands 1973 (0-2)


1.32-28
6.39-33
11.41-37
16.38-32
21.32x21
26.30x19
31.35x13

18-23
19-24
11-17
11-16
11-16
13x24
8x28

2.33-29
7.44-39
12.47-42
17.42-38
22.34-30
27.44-39
32.33x22

36.36-31 23-41

23x32
21-26
6-11
21-27
25x34
4- 9
12x45

3.37x28
8.50-44
13.28-23
18.32x21
23.39x19
28.45-40
33.43-38

37.26-21 41-36

20-25
26x37
19x28
16x27
16x27
27-32
45-50

38.31-27

7-12

T. van Bokhoven T. Sijbrands 1977 (0-2)


1.32-28
6.46-41
11.31-27
16.37-31
21.43-38
26.42-37

18-23
14-19
11-16
26x37
21-27
21-27

2.33-29
7.37-32
12.29-23
17.32x41
22.32x21
27.32x21

23x32
17-21
5-10
3- 8
17x26
26x17

3.37x28
8.41-37
13.34-29
18.41-37
23.45-40
28.38-32

20-25
21-26
7-11
1- 7
16-21
24-30

31. 9x18 12x41


Highland-opening
A. Bajakin N. Mogiljanski 1987 (0-2)
1.32-28
6.49-43
11.29x20
16.36-31
21.28x19
26.47-41
31.22x11
36.32x23
41.34-30
46.45-40

51.40-34

18-23
10-14
15x24
11-16
14x23
19-24
6x17
13-19
14-20
12-18

9-14

2.38-32
7.41-36
12.27-22
17.31-27
22.34-29
27.29x20
32.41-36
37.42-38
42.18-13
47.23x12

12-18
5-10
18x27
12-18
23x34
25x14
2- 7
19x28
19x 8
8x17

3.31-27
8.46-41
13.31x22
18.44-40
23.40x29
28.33-29
33.27-22
38.38-32
43.48-43
48.43-39

52.24-20 13-19

7-12
1- 7
16-21
18-23
7-11
13-19
17x28
9-13
7-12
17-22

53.20x 9 19-24

96

54.29x20 25x 3

14-20
20-25
17-21
19x30
14-19
11-17
8-13
4- 9
9-13
22-28

F. de Koning K. Thijssen 2010 (0-2)


1.33-28 18-23
2.39-33 12-18
3.44-39
6.41-37
11.44-40
16.46-41
21.35x24
26.22x13
31.33-28
36.41-36
41.48-43

10-14
10-15
21-26
19x30
9x18
22x33
19-23
9-14

7.34-29
12.40-34
17.36-31
22.36-31
27.45-40
32.38x29
37.40-35
42.30-25

23x34
1- 7
17-21
12-17
17-22
14-19
15-20
19-24

8.40x29
13.27-22
18.41-36
23.33-29
28.28x17
33.50-44
38.39-33
43.43-39

20-25
18x27
11-16
30-35
11x22
6-11
17-22
24-30

7-12

4.31-27 20-24

5.37-31 14-20

9.29x20
14.31x22
19.31-27
24.38-33
29.43-38
34.44-39
39.35-30
44.29-24

15x24
14-20
7-11
35x44
20-24
8-13
13-19
20x40

10.49-44
15.45-40
20.50-45
25.39x50
30.29x20
35.47-41
40.42-38
45.25x45

5-10
16-21
24-30
13-18
25x14
11-17
4- 9
23-28

4.41-37
9.30-25
14.28x19
19.39-34
24.39x30
29.33x24
34.38-33
39.28-23
44.24-19
49.27x16

6-11
27-31
14x23
13-19
6-11
22x33
8-12
18-22
22-28
12-17

5.46-41
10.36x27
15.25x14
20.50-45
25.32-28
30.38x29
35.33-29
40.49-43
45.23x32
50.34-29

8-12
22x31
10x19
17-21
11-17
19-23
22-28
13-18
14x23
10-14

4.41-37
9.30-25
14.30-25
19.40-35
24.50-45
29.33x22
34.31-27
39.27-21
44.21x 1
49.35x 2
54.38-32

12-17
1- 6
23-28
3- 9
9-13
17x28
6-11
40-45
32-37
33-38
50-33

5.46-41
10.37-31
15.41-37
20.34-30
25.45-40
30.39x30
35.36-31
40.37-31
45.49-43
50. 2-30
55.27-21

8-12
19-23
10-14
18-23
13-19
24x35
24-29
19-24
37x28
34-40
33- 6

46.32x12 21x34

1.32 28 17 22 x 22 Chogoliev-opening
H. Wiersma W. Chogoliev
1.32-28
6.32-28
11.34-29
16.45-40
21.26x17
26.40-34
31.29x18
36.43-38
41.43x34
46.47-41

17-22
16-21
31-36
5-10
11x22
3- 8
13x22
28-33
11-16
36x47

51.35-30 15-20

2.28x17
7.31-26
12.37-32
17.29-24
22.44-39
27.34-29
32.41-37
37.38-32
42.45-40
47.32-27

1976 (2-0)

11x22
21-27
1- 6
19x30
8-13
4-10
9-13
33-39
16-21
47x24

3.37-32
8.35-30
13.40-34
18.34x25
23.34-29
28.29-23
33.42-38
38.32-28
43.40-35
48.30x28

52.28-23 18-22

12-17
2- 8
19-23
10-14
23x34
18x29
12-18
7-11
21-26
17-21

53.30-24

Chizhov-attack
A. Georgiev A. Chizhov 2003 (2-0)
1.32-28
6.32-28
11.28x19
16.40-34
21.30x19
26.40-34
31.42-38
36.27-22
41.44-40
46. 1- 6
51.30-35

56.32-27

17-22
16-21
14x23
19-24
23x14
4- 9
20-24
28-33
45x34
24-29
40-45

6-33

2.28x17
7.31-26
12.25x14
17.45-40
22.35-30
27.34-29
32.48-42
37.39x28
42.38-33
47. 6x35
52.35-49

11x22
21-27
10x19
14-20
13-19
27-32
8-12
29-34
35-40
29-33
38-42

3.37-32
8.35-30
13.34-30
18.25x14
23.30-25
28.38x18
33.43-39
38.31-27
43.22-18
48.31-27
53.47x38

6-11
2- 8
5-10
9x20
19-24
12x34
11-17
34-40
12x32
9-13
45-50

57.21-16

97

1.32 28 17 22 x 21 Schwarzman manoeuvring opening


A. Shwarzman A. Chizhov 2003 (0-2)
1.32-28 17-22
2.28x17 12x21
3.31-26
6.31-27
11.38x27
16.46-41
21.44-39
26.30-25
31.45-40
36.35x24
41.37-31
46.34-29

21x32
23-28
19-23
9-13
24-29
14-20
19x30
12-18
30-35

51.17x 8 13x 2

7.38x27
12.33x22
17.37-32
22.43-38
27.42-37
32.25x14
37.28x19
42.40-34
47.29-24

11-17
16-21
14-19
4- 9
29x40
9x20
13x24
18-23
1- 6

8.43-38
13.27x16
18.41-37
23.33-28
28.35x44
33.50-45
38.33-28
43.31-26
48.27-22

7-12

4.26x17 12x21

5.37-31

19-23
18x36
13-18
6-11
17-21
20-25
18-23
23-28
25-30

9.49-43
14.41-37
19.32-27
24.34-30
29.44-40
34.48-43
39.28x19
44.26x17
49.22x33

17-21
14-19
5-10
11-17
15-20
3- 9
24x13
28x37
30x19

10.36-31
15.39-33
20.37-32
25.40-34
30.40-35
35.39-33
40.43-39
45.38-32
50.33-28

21x32
10-14
10-14
20-24
20-24
24-30
8-12
37x28
7-12

20-25
18-22
20-24
9x18
9-13
17-21
9-14
27x36
46x 5
41-47
17-21
26-31
13- 8
35-13
33-22

4.40-35
9.49-44
14.50-45
19.32-28
24.30-24
29.46-41
34.39-33
39.32-27
44.43-38
49.14-10
54. 5-37
59.32-28
64.37-28
69.28-32
74.19-14

15-20
22x33
7-12
1- 7
18-23
12-18
14x23
21x41
26-31
8-13
21-26
31-36
16-21
13- 2
22- 4

5.45-40
10.39x28
15.37-32
20.38-33
25.28x19
30.41-37
35.33-28
40.42-37
45.24-19
50.45-40
55.37-48
60.28-37
65.28-32
70.32-28
75.32-19

20-24
13-18
10-14
5-10
14x23
8-12
11-17
41x32
5x30
13-19
47-24
13- 8
21-26
2-13
26-31

52.39-33 19-23

E. Prosman A. Shwarzman 2004 (1-1)


1.32-28
6.33-29
11.44-39
16.41-37
21.37-32
26.31-27
31.27-22
36.28x19
41.38x 9
46.35x24
51.40-34
56.48-37
61.37-28
66.32-28
71.28-32

17-22
24x33
18-22
24-29
7-11
21-26
18x27
17-22
36-41
31-37
19-24
24-35
8-30
8-13
13-22

76.19-32 25-30

2.28x17
7.39x28
12.38-33
17.33x13
22.43-38
27.47-42
32.33-28
37.48-43
42. 9- 4
47.24-19
52.15x11
57.34-29
62.28-32
67.28-37
72.29-24

12x21
11-17
14-20
22x44
3- 9
4- 9
2- 8
12-17
41-46
37-41
6x17
35-13
30-13
13-35
22-33

3.35-30
8.44-39
13.42-38
18.40x49
23.49-43
28.43-39
33.28x19
38.36-31
43. 4x15
48.19-14
53.10- 5
58.37-32
63.32-37
68.37-28
73.24-19

77.32-43 30-35

78.43-48 36-41

79.48x26 41-46

A. Shwarzman A. Chizhov 1998 (1-1)


1.32-28
6.40-34
11.50-45
16.39-33
21.30x19
26.26x17
31.24x13
36.34-29
41.26x17
46.41-37
51.32x21
56.34-29
61.25x14
66.32-28

17-22
19-23
2- 7
7-12
14x23
12x21
18x 9
23x34
18-22
11-17
26x17
23x34
24-30
44-49

2.28x17
7.35-30
12.37-31
17.37-31
22.25x14
27.42-38
32.41-37
37.40x29
42.29-23
47.37-32
52.37-32
57.30x39
62.14- 9
67.26-48

12x21
1- 6
18-22
21-27
9x20
8-12
12-18
16-21
28x19
17-21
3- 8
19-23
29-34
34-40

3.34-30
8.45-40
13.31-27
18.31-26
23.29-24
28.35-30
33.37-31
38.39-33
43.17x28
48.48-42
53.38-33
58.33-28
63.39-33
68.48-39

7-12
13-19
22x31
11-17
20x29
14-20
21-26
28x39
19-23
10-14
8-13
23-29
34-40
49-21

98

4.30-25
9.40-35
14.26x37
19.49-44
24.33x24
29.30-25
34.47-42
39.43x34
44.28x19
49.42-37
54.45-40
59.28-22
64. 9- 3
69.18-13

11-17
9-13
17-22
23-28
10-14
20x29
26x37
9-14
14x23
15-20
17-21
20-24
40-44
21-26

5.31-26
10.44-40
15.33-29
20.44-39
25.38-33
30.33x24
35.42x31
40.31-26
45.46-41
50.34-30
55.40-34
60.22-18
65. 3x26
70.33-29

6-11
4- 9
12-18
19-24
17-21
13-19
5-10
22-28
6-11
21-26
13-19
14-20
30-34
26-17

2- 7

1.32 28 18 22 The eagle


Mutual-outposts-variation
A. Gantwarg H. Wiersma 1979 (1-1)
1.32-28 18-22
2.37-32 12-18
3.41-37
6.28x19
11.50-44
16.38-32
21.42-38
26.47-42
31.35x24
36.35x24
41.14- 9
46.14- 9

14x34
9-14
27x38
10-14
14-19
9-14
13-19
44-50
40-45

7.40x29
12.32-28
17.43x32
22.44-40
27.40-35
32.44-40
37.24x13
42.24-19
47. 9- 4

51.37-31 11- 6

10-14
16-21
14-19
18-22
19x30
6-11
8x19
25-30
50- 6

8.35-30
13.31-26
18.40-35
23.28x17
28.35x24
33.32-28
38.29-23
43. 9- 4
48.31-37

52.31-27 15-20

20-25
11-16
19x30
11x22
10-14
11-17
20-24
17-21
45-50

7-12

4.46-41

9.30-24
14.37-32
19.35x24
24.41-37
29.45-40
34.37-32
39.23x14
44.19-14
49.37-46

53.27x16 20-25

5-10
21-27
17-21
4-10
14-19
14-19
24-29
30-35
50-11

54. 4-31

1- 7

5.34-29 19-23

10.44-40
15.32x21
20.26x17
25.49-44
30.40-35
35.40-35
40.33x24
45. 4-31
50.42-37

7-11

14-20
16x27
22x11
3- 9
19x30
19x30
22x44
35-40
6- 1

55.16x18

Mutual outposts variation


L. Thijssen
1.34-29
6.28x19
11.50-44
16.38-32
21.29x18
26.24x13
31.45-40

- B. Terwel 1996 (0-2)

17-22
14x34
5-10
27x38
12x34
8x50
6-11

36.30-25 23-29

2.32-28
7.40x29
12.32-28
17.43x32
22.21x 1
27.41-37
32.40-35

11-17
10-14
16-21
4- 9
20-25
2- 8
12-18

3.37-32
8.35-30
13.31-26
18.42-38
23.40x29
28.48-43
33.35-30

37.25-20 17-21

6-11
20-25
11-16
22-27
13-18
50-11
11-17

38.26x17

4.41-37
9.30-24
14.37-32
19.32x21
24. 1x23
29.43-38
34.29-24

8-12

1- 6
14-20
21-27
25-30
25-30
8-12
3- 8

5.46-41
10.44-40
15.32x21
20.24x35
25.35x24
30.49-43
35.24-19

39.17x 8 29-33

19-23
9-14
16x27
18-23
15-20
11- 7
14x23

40.38x29

The black rush


A. Gantwarg V. Wirny 1983 (0-2)
1.32-28
6.30-24
11.23x34
16.47-42
21.44-39
26.33-29
31.42-38
36.34x14
41.48-42
46.33-29
51.44-39
56.22x11

18-22
19x30
21-26
5-10
19-23
24x33
9-13
20x 9
30-35
15-20
19-24
16x 7

2.37-32
7.35x24
12.38-33
17.31-27
22.28x19
27.39x28
32.38-33
37.40-34
42.34-29
47.42-38
52.28-22
57.31-27

12-18
14-20
10-14
7-12
13x24
18-23
24-30
13-19
35x44
20-24
18-23
9-13

3.41-37
8.33-29
13.44-39
18.49-44
23.36-31
28.28x19
33.44-39
38.43-38
43.39x50
48.29x20
53.39-34
58.33-28

7-12
22x33
11-17
15-20
9-13
13x24
12-18
9-13
14-20
25x14
13-19
12-18

4.46-41
9.39x28
14.42-38
19.33-28
24.50-44
29.38-33
34.33-29
39.45-40
44.29-23
49.38-33
54.22-17
59.36-31

1- 7
17-21
17-22
10-15
4- 9
8-13
7-12
3- 9
6-11
14-19
21x12
7-11

5.34-30
10.29-23
15.28x17
20.39-33
25.41-36
30.33-28
35.29-23
40.38-33
45.23x14
50.50-44
55.27-22
60.28-22

20-25
20x29
12x21
14-19
2- 7
13-19
18x29
9-14
20x 9
12-18
11-17
24-30

4.46-41
9.39x28
14.40-35
19.32x23
24.45-40
29.35x24
34.26x17
39.33-28
44.36x47

1- 7
18-22
19x30
13-19
3- 8
2- 7
11x22
22x33
5-10

5.34-30
10.38-33
15.35x24
20.23x14
25.40-35
30.47-42
35.38-33
40.39x28
45.24-19

20-25
10-14
7-11
20x 9
9-13
18-23
7-12
12-18
13x24

T. Sijbrands J. de Jonge 1991 (2-0)


1.32-28
6.30-24
11.42-38
16.39-34
21.48-43
26.28-23
31.29x18
36.34-29
41.31x22

18-22
19x30
16-21
9-14
8-13
4-10
22x13
12-17
18x27

2.37-32
7.35x24
12.31-26
17.43-39
22.37-32
27.50-44
32.33-28
37.41-37
42.42-37

12-18
14-20
11-16
14-19
13-18
13-19
17-22
8-12
27-32

3.41-37
8.33-29
13.44-39
18.28-23
23.32-28
28.23x14
33.28x17
38.37-31
43.29-23

7-12
22x33
14-19
19x28
21-27
10x30
12x21
6-11
32x41

99

Roozenburg-variation
O. Mol G. Jansen 1997 (2-0)
1.32-28 18-22
2.37-32 12-18
6.28x19
11.47-41
16.29x20
21.40-34
26.37-32
31.34-30
36.43-38
41.40-35

14x23
10-14
15x24
10-15
11-16
23-28
23-29
16-21

46. 3-25 21-27

7.32-28
12.41-37
17.40-34
22.34-30
27.32x21
32.24-19
37. 3-14
42.30-24

23x32
11-16
13-19
18-23
16x27
14x23
28-33
11-16

3.41-37

8.37x28
13.37-32
18.45-40
23.50-45
28.30-24
33.38-32
38.35-30
43.14- 3

47.25-48 33-38

16-21
5-10
9-13
23x32
6-11
27x47
33x42
22-28

7-12

4.46-41

9.41-37
14.32x21
19.34-30
24.33-29
29.44-39
34.30-24
39.48x37
44.37-32

48.42x33 23-29

21-27
16x27
3- 9
24x33
12-18
47x20
29-33
28x37

1- 7

5.31-26 19-23

10.37-31
15.34-29
20.30-25
25.39x37
30.39-34
35.25x 3
40.45-40
45.31x42

20-24
7-11
2- 7
19-23
8-12
11-16
7-11
18-23

5.31-26
10.28x19
15.39x30
20.40-35
25.25x14
30.45-40
35.38-33
40.31x42
45.30x39
50.20-15

20-25
14x23
10-14
14-19
13-19
10-15
19-23
22x31
8-13
23-28

49.26-21

Fork-lock-variation
A. Getmanski I. Kostionov

2003 (2-0)

1.32-28
6.36-31
11.34-30
16.30-25
21.33-29
26.14-10
31.39-34
36.43-39
41.26x37
46.39-34

3.41-37
8.47-41
13.39x30
18.49-44
23.39-33
28.41-37
33.32x23
38.30-25
43.34-30
48.33-29

18-22
14-20
25x34
14-19
23x34
15x 4
8-13
15-20
18-23
19-23

51.15-10 22-27

2.37-32
7.41-36
12.40x29
17.35-30
22.30x39
27.37-32
32.40-35
37.42-38
42.39-34
47.38-33

12-18
10-14
23x34
19-23
10-14
3- 9
23-28
23-28
2- 8
12-18

52.10- 4 11-17

7-12
5-10
20-25
9-14
19-23
9-14
19x39
20-24
14-19
24x33

4.46-41
9.32-27
14.44-39
19.44-40
24.35-30
29.43-39
34.34x43
39.37-32
44.33-29
49.25-20

53.34-29 33x24

1- 7
19-23
25x34
4-10
14-20
4-10
13-19
28x37
23x34
17-22

54. 4-15

1.32 28 17 21 The hedgehog


F. Teer A. Shwarzman 1999 (0-2)
1.32-28
6.38-32
11.49-43
16.46-41
21.27-22
26.30-25
31.40-34
36.29-23
41.30-25

17-21
21-27
11-16
14-19
12-17
4-10
21-27
19x28
12-18

2.33-29
7.31x22
12.37-31
17.41-37
22.29-23
27.22-18
32.32x21
37.30x19
42.39-34

21-26
18x38
26x37
10-14
8-12
13x22
16x27
14x23
27-31

3.39-33
8.43x32
13.42x31
18.48-42
23.34-30
28.40-34
33.34-30
38.25x21
43.38x36

16-21
16-21
21-26
5-10
25x34
11-16
11-16
23-29
16x27

4.44-39
9.42-38
14.32-27
19.36-31
24.39x30
29.45-40
34.23-18
39.33x24
44.43-38

11-16
20-25
26x37
7-11
10-15
3- 8
12x41
1- 7
10-14

5.50-44
10.47-42
15.41x32
20.31-26
25.44-39
30.34-29
35.42-37
40.35-30
45.34-29

6-11
15-20
19-24
2- 7
16-21
7-11
41x32
7-12
18-23

17-21
26x37
15x24
5-10
11-17
18-23
14-20
25x34
23-29
16-21

4.45-40
9.42x31
14.41-37
19.29x20
24.29x20
29.40-34
34.25x14
39.39x30
44.22-17
49.32-27

11-16
1- 6
7-12
15x24
15x24
12-18
9x20
23-29
21x12
21x43

5.50-45
10.48-42
15.46-41
20.40-34
25.40-34
30.31-27
35.40-34
40.30-25
45.32-28
50.17-11

6-11
16-21
10-15
10-15
10-15
8-12
3- 9
18-23
29-34
34-39

46.29x18 22x13
Y. Lagoda A. Shwarzman 2007 (0-2)
1.32-28
6.37-32
11.31-26
16.36-31
21.44-40
26.34-29
31.34-30
36.34-30
41.43-39
46.37-32

16-21
26x37
20-24
21-26
4-10
17-21
12-17
20-25
9-14
24-30

2.34-29
7.42x31
12.26x17
17.41-36
22.49-44
27.29x20
32.30-25
37.28-22
42.39-34
47.27-22

21-26
21-26
12x21
11-16
6-11
15x24
2- 8
17x28
29x40
12-18

3.40-34
8.47-42
13.29x20
18.34-29
23.34-29
28.45-40
33.44-40
38.33x22
43.35x44
48.22-17

100

1.32 28 16 21 The black panther


T. Gerritsen A. Domchev 2010 (2-0)
1.32-28 16-21
2.31-26 18-22
3.37-32 11-16
6.40-34
11.29-24
16.37-31
21.35-30
26.30-25
31.39-34
36.25x14
41.38-33
46.48-43

13-18
20x29
9-13
15-20
23-28
18-23
19x10
14-20
8-13

51.29-24 18-23

7.45-40
12.33x24
17.42-38
22.30-25
27.41-37
32.34-30
37.30-25
42.25x14
47.34-30

19-23
9-13
10-14
10-14
11-16
12-18
10-14
19x10
6-11

8.28x19
13.34-30
18.40-34
23.34-30
28.37-32
33.40-34
38.40-35
43.30-24
48.30-25

52.42-37 27-32

14x23
13-19
14-20
14-19
28x37
7-12
8-13
10-14
4-10

4.41-37

9.46-41
14.24x13
19.30-25
24.25x14
29.31x42
34.45-40
39.43-39
44.24-19
49.25-20

53.37-31 23-29

21-27
8x19
3- 8
19x10
13-19
10-15
13-19
23-28
10-14

7-11

5.34-29

10.32x21
15.38-33
20.25x14
25.50-45
30.44-40
35.33-29
40.35-30
45.19x10
50.20x 9

54.24-20 29x38

16x27
4- 9
19x10
10-14
5-10
14-20
2- 8
15x 4
13x 4

55.20-15

R. Palmer T. Sijbrands 1970 (0-2)


1.32-28
6.33-28
11.43x32
16.34-29
21.41-37
26.27-22
31.39-33
36.45-40
41.34-30

17-21
9-14
14-19
23x34
7-12
17x28
6-11
21-27
19-23

46.42-37 14-19

2.31-26
7.28x19
12.39-33
17.39x30
22.47-42
27.32x34
32.34-29
37.40-34
42.48-43

12-17
14x23
5-10
19-23
12-18
13-18
9-13
18-23
23x34

3.37-32
8.31-27
13.44-39
18.30-25
23.46-41
28.26x17
33.29-24
38.43-39
43.30x39

47.34-30 18-23

7-12
10-14
10-14
13-19
8-13
11x22
20x29
12-18
11-17

4.36-31
9.38-33
14.42-38
19.33-29
24.41-36
29.50-44
34.33x24
39.39-33
44.37-31

48.25-20 23-29

19-23
23-28
12-18
23x34
4- 9
2- 8
19x30
23-28
3- 9

5.28x19
10.32x23
15.49-43
20.40x29
25.29-23
30.44-39
35.35x24
40.33-29
45.39-34

14x23
18x38
18-23
1- 7
18x29
8-12
16-21
14-19
9-14

49.24x33 15x35

1.32 28 20 25 The Russian bear


M. Korchow A. Andreiko 1972 (0-2)
1.32-28
6.28x19
11.33-28
16.41-36
21.32x12
26.27-22
31.42x31
36.38-32
41.43-39
46.36-31
51.11- 7
56.10-41

20-25
14x23
8-13
12-17
7x18
18x27
24-30
11-17
13-18
14-19
31-37
27-31

2.37-32
7.33-28
12.39-33
17.34-29
22.50-44
27.31x22
32.35x24
37.22x11
42.48-43
47.28-22
52. 7- 1
57.41-32

15-20
9-14
2- 8
23x34
14-19
9-13
20x29
6x17
3- 9
17x37
18-22
31-36

3.41-37
8.28x19
13.49-44
18.40x29
23.33-28
28.38-32
33.47-42
38.40-34
43.43-38
48.26x17
53. 1- 6
58.32-46

10-15
14x23
4- 9
17-22
22x33
8-12
15-20
29x40
9-14
37x26
22-27
48-31

4.46-41
9.39-33
14.44-39
19.28x17
24.39x28
29.32-27
34.42-38
39.45x34
44.38-33
49.27-21
54. 6-28
59.39-33

5-10
10-14
17-21
11x22
19-23
6-11
20-24
17-21
24-30
16x27
37-42
31-48

5.31-27
10.44-39
15.36-31
20.29-23
25.28x19
30.37-31
35.44-40
40.31-26
45.33-28
50.17-11
55.28x10
60.34-29

19-23
13-19
21-26
19x28
13x24
26x37
1- 6
12-17
30-35
27-31
42-48
48-42

4.46-41
9.39-33
14.33-28
19.44-39
24.44-39
29.48x39
34.45-40

5-10
10-14
8-13
14-20
29-34
13-19
35x44

5.31-27
10.44-39
15.39-33
20.50-44
25.30-25
30.27-22
35.39x50

19-23
13-19
2- 8
9-14
24-30
8-13
14-19

D. Droezjinin H. Wiersma 2002 (1-1)


1.32-28
6.28x19
11.49-44
16.47-41
21.35-30
26.35x24
31.31-27

36.50-45

20-25
14x23
17-21
23-29
25x34
19x30
19-24

9-14

2.37-32
7.33-28
12.36-31
17.34x23
22.39x30
27.39-33
32.36-31

15-20
9-14
21-26
18x29
3- 9
30-35
12-18

3.41-37
8.28x19
13.41-36
18.33x24
23.40-35
28.43-39
33.41-36

37.45-40 15-20

10-15
14x23
4- 9
20x29
20-24
34x43
7-12

38.40-34 24-30

101

1- 7

The cow
R. Clerc A. Chizhov 2001 (1-1)
1.32-28 20-24
2.34-30 14-20
3.30-25 10-14
6.28-22
11.32-27
16.27-21
21.37-32
26.46-41
31.21-16
36.40-35
41.36x47
46.32-27

17x28
7-12
16x27
15-20
13-18
20-24
33x44
18-22
22x31

51.21-17 29-34

7.33x22
12.41-37
17.22x31
22.27-21
27.41-37
32.16x 7
37.50x39
42.43x32
47.36x27

12-18
24-30
10-14
10-15
8-13
12x 1
22-27
24-30
20-24

8.47-42
13.35x24
18.31-27
23.21-16
28.37-31
33.27-21
38.21-17
43.35x24
48.26-21

52.40x29 39-44

18x27
20x29
5-10
1- 7
22-28
17-22
27x38
19x39
30-35

4.37-32 18-23

5.42-37

9.31x22
14.31-26
19.39-34
24.32-27
29.31-27
34.42-37
39.17x 6
44.47-41
49.45-40

8-12
14-20
11-17
3- 8
7-11
6-11
28-33
25-30
35x44

10.37-31
15.25x14
20.44-39
25.27-21
30.16x 7
35.38-32
40.39x28
45.41-36
50.49x40

12-18
9x20
20-25
18-22
2x11
29-33
23x41
15-20
24-29

4.44-40
9.32-28
14.48-42
19.28-23
24.39x30
29.49-43
34.42-38
39.30-25
44.28-23
49.30-24
54. 8- 3
59.39-34
64. 3-26

10-14
23x32
7-11
1- 6
22-27
18-22
21-27
2- 8
18-22
17-21
21-26
26-31
37-14

5.38-33
10.37x28
15.31-26
20.40-35
25.37-32
30.32-27
35.37-32
40.45-40
45.35-30
50.25-20
55.40-35
60.13- 9
65. 4-13

14-19
16-21
27-31
4-10
6-11
22x31
26-31
8-12
26-31
22-27
41-46
31-37
16-27

5.31-26
10.40-35
15.34-30
20.30-25
25.38-33
30.30-25
35.30-25
40.37-31
45.30-24
50.30-24
55.38x29

16-21
20-25
25x34
19x30
8-13
21-26
19x30
21-26
21-27
12-17
22-28

53.29-24

1.33 29
A. Getmanski A. Baliakin 2011 (1-1)
1.33-29
6.30-24
11.41-37
16.36x27
21.44-40
26.32x21
31.26x37
36.32x21
41.32-27
46.23-19
51.23-19
56.35-30
61. 9- 4

19-23
19x30
21-27
22x31
17-22
16x27
16-21
12-18
31x22
14x23
27-32
46-32
37-41

66.13x31 36x27

2.35-30
7.35x24
12.46-41
17.37-32
22.32-28
27.38-32
32.43-39
37.23x12
42.28x 8
47.29x27
52.19-13
57.20-14
62.30-24

20-25
17-22
6-11
31-36
11-17
27x38
21-26
8x26
3x12
20x29
32-37
10x19
41-46

67.30-25

3.40-35
8.42-38
13.50-44
18.41-37
23.34-30
28.43x32
33.40-34
38.38-32
43.33-28
48.34x23
53.13- 8
58.24x13
63.34-30

5-10

14-20
11-17
11-16
9-14
25x34
11-16
17-21
13-18
12-17
31x22
37-41
32-16
46-37

68.26-12 14- 3

69.12-40

Keller-opening
V. Wirny H. Wiersma 1984 (2-0)
1.33-29
6.32-28
11.24-20
16.40x29
21.25x34
26.45-40
31.29-24
36.25x34
41.41-37
46.34-30
51.37-32

17-22
19-23
15x24
19-23
21-27
2- 8
26x37
3- 9
27-32
23-29
28x37

2.39-33
7.28x19
12.29x20
17.29-24
22.37-31
27.40-35
32.41x21
37.42-37
42.35-30
47.24x33
52.31x42

11-17
14x23
14-19
9-14
10-14
17-21
16x27
6-11
32x41
18-23
22-28

3.44-39
8.35-30
13.20-15
18.33-29
23.43-39
28.26x17
33.34-30
38.47-41
43.46x37
48.39-34
53.42-37

6-11
10-14
11-16
23x34
13-19
12x21
14-19
11-16
8-12
28x39
17-22

56.42-38

102

4.50-44
9.30-24
14.44-40
19.39x30
24.35-30
29.33-29
34.25-20
39.49-43
44.43-38
49.34x43
54.48-42

1- 6
23-28
5-10
14-19
19-23
7-12
12-17
17-21
16-21
23-28
28-33

4-10

Krajenbrink-attack
A. Gantwarg T. Sijbrands 1989 (1-1)
1.33-29 16-21
2.31-26 11-16
3.37-31
6.41-37
11.35-30
16.34x14
21.25x14
26.37-32
31.43-39
36.39x30
41.38-32
46.48-42
51.30x39

9-13
8-13
10x19
19x10
28x37
18-23
28x39
27x38
19-23
22-27

7.39-33
12.30-25
17.40-34
22.40-34
27.31x42
32.46-41
37.43x34
42.42x33
47.39-34
52.33-29

56.21-16 22-27

13-18
4- 9
5-10
10-14
12-18
12-18
19-23
22-27
17-22
11-17

8.44-39
13.37-31
18.44-40
23.45-40
28.34-30
33.49-43
38.30-24
43.34-29
48.37-32
53.39-33

57.33-28 27-31

19-23
14-19
10-14
13-19
7-12
7-12
13-19
23x34
27x38
17-22

6-11

4.31-27 18-22

5.27x18 13x22

9.50-44
14.25x14
19.34-30
24.40-35
29.39-34
34.41-37
39.24x13
44.30x39
49.42x33
54.36-31

21-27
9x20
14-20
23-28
1- 7
8-13
18x 9
12-18
15-20
27x36

10.32x21
15.29-24
20.30-25
25.42-37
30.30-25
35.34-29
40.35-30
45.33-29
50.34-30
55.26-21

16x27
19x30
3- 8
18-23
23-28
23x34
9-13
13-19
23x34
2- 7

4.34-30
9.38-32
14.47-42
19.48-42
24.31-27
29.42-37
34.25x14
39.21-16
44.38-32
49.42-37
54.44-39
59.48-42

22-28
14-20
1- 7
11-17
22x31
11-17
9x20
9-14
28-33
16-21
23-28
19-23

5.32x23
10.46-41
15.42-38
20.40-34
25.36x27
30.27-21
35.40x49
40.16x 7
45.43-38
50.37-32
55.43-38
60.35-30

19x28
12-18
9-14
6-11
24-29
18-22
20-24
12x 1
33x42
18-22
28-32
24x35

58.47-41

The buffalo
A. Gantwarg
1.33-29
6.30x19
11.42-38
16.38-33
21.44-40
26.33x22
31.34-30
36.41-36
41.43-38
46.37x48
51.36-31
56.38-33

- A. Valiuk

18-22
14x23
7-12
13-19
10-15
17x28
13-18
3- 9
14-20
22-28
22-28
20-25

61.33-28 32-38

2.31-26
7.36-31
12.32-27
17.43-38
22.27-21
27.21-16
32.30-25
37.45-40
42.40-34
47.48-43
52.50-44
57.42-38

1995 (0-2)

20-24
10-14
17-22
8-13
16x27
20-24
29-33
7-11
1- 7
28x37
28x37
32x43

3.29x20
8.41-36
13.38-32
18.49-43
23.32x21
28.37-31
33.38x29
38.16x 7
43.49-43
48.31x42
53.31x42
58.39x48

62.28x19 38x47

15x24
5-10
20-24
4- 9
14-20
15-20
24x44
2x11
7-11
11-16
21-27
27-32

63.19-13 47-41

A. Baliakin M. Korenevski

1989 (2-0)

1.33-29
6.32-27
11.46-41
16.40x20
21.44-40
26.27x16
31.32x21
36.43-38
41.30-24

3.29x20
8.41-37
13.25x14
18.43-39
23.40-34
28.45-40
33.41-36
38.47-41
43.35x15

18-22
12-18
14-20
15x24
3- 9
22-28
10-15
8-13
19x39

46.42-37 32x41

2.31-26
7.37-32
12.30-25
17.39-34
22.30-25
27.33x22
32.49-43
37.38x29
42.40-34

20-24
7-12
10-15
5-10
9-14
18x36
15-20
28-32
39x30

47.36x47 28-32

15x24
8-13
9x20
10-14
24-29
13-18
23-28
22-28
13-18

48.47-42

103

64.34-30 25x34

4.34-30
9.40-34
14.34-30
19.48-43
24.34-30
29.43-39
34.39-34
39.41-37
44.47-41

13-18
1- 7
20-25
4-10
20-24
18-22
29-33
32x41
18-22

5.36-31
10.45-40
15.50-45
20.34-30
25.39-33
30.37-31
35.38x29
40.36x47
45.41-36

18-23
2- 8
25x34
14-20
16-21
36x27
24x33
28-32
22-28

1.33 28 Sijbrands opening


Old Dutch
A. Kuyken V. Agafonow 1969 (2-0)
1.33-28 18-23
2.39-33 12-18
3.31-27
6.41-37 2- 7
11.49-44 21-26
16.44-39 10-14

21.33x24

7-12

7.27-22 18x27
12.47-41 24-29
17.50-44 5-10

7-12

8.31x22 10-14
13.33x24 20x29
18.35-30 17-21

22.28-22 27x18

4.44-39 20-24

9.34-30 16-21
14.39-33 14-20
19.40-35 12-18

23.32-28 23x32

5.37-31 14-20

10.30-25 4-10
15.33x24 20x29
20.39-33 18x27

24.38x 7

Modern play
C. Pippel A. Mathijsen 2001 (0-2)
1.33-28 18-22 2.38-33 12-18
3.34-29
6.47-42
11.46-41
16.38x29
21.40-35
26.35x24
31.31x22
36.34-30
41.38-33

14-20
7-11
19x30
19x30
9-14
17x39
25x23
30-35

46.10- 4 33-39

7.45-40
12.50-45
17.35x24
22.35x24
27.44-40
32.43x34
37.32-27
42.33-29

9-14
2- 7
14-19
5-10
14-19
16-21
19x30
24x33

8.31-26
13.29-24
18.40-35
23.49-44
28.40-35
33.26x17
38.27x 9
43.23-19

47. 4-15 39-44

7-12

16-21
20x29
19x30
10-14
19x30
11x22
8-13
35-40

4.40-34 20-25

9.37-31
14.34x23
19.35x24
24.45-40
29.35x24
34.42-38
39. 9x29
44.19-14

5.42-38

11-16
18x29
10-14
14-19
3- 9
9-14
15-20
40-44

10.41-37
15.33x24
20.44-40
25.40-35
30.39-33
35.36-31
40.29-23
45.14-10

4- 9
22x33
14-19
19x30
21-27
14-19
20-24
44-49

4.44-39
9.42-38
14.33-29
19.28x17
24.33-28
29.34x23
34.38-33
39.32-27
44.28x17

17-22
19-23
12-17
11x31
5-10
25x34
31-36
31x22
25x41

5.28x17
10.28x19
15.38-33
20.36x27
25.49-43
30.40x29
35.41-37
40.42-38
45.21-16

12x21
14x23
14-20
7-11
9-13
10-14
21-26
9-13
41-47

4.32-28
9.32-28
14.41x32
19.32-28
24.37-31
29.47-41
34.35-30
39.27-22
44.38-32
49.31-27
54.50-45

17-21
18-22
9-13
5-10
26x37
21-26
24x35
3- 8
9-13
20-24
14-20

5.31-26
10.28x17
15.50-45
20.37-32
25.32x41
30.42-38
35.29-23
40.37-32
45.43-38
50.45-40
55.45-40

19-24
16-21
18-22
14-19
11-17
12-18
18x29
26x37
13-18
24-30
7-11

48.41-36 44-50

The seagull
G. Valneris A. Chizhov 1991 (0-2)
1.33-28
6.33-28
11.47-42
16.33-28
21.44-40
26.28-23
31.45-40
36.48-42
41.34-30

17-21
7-12
9-14
2- 7
8-12
19x28
13-19
3- 9
36-41

2.39-33
7.38-33
12.35-30
17.28x19
22.43-38
27.32x23
32.43-39
37.37-32
42.46x37

21-26
6-11
20-25
13x33
10-14
21x32
16-21
11-17
12-18

3.31-27
8.50-44
13.40-35
18.39x28
23.38-33
28.37x28
33.42-38
38.40-34
43.23x21

11-17
1- 6
4- 9
17-22
14-19
18x29
26-31
26-31
20-25

1.34 29 Fork-lock-opening
A. Georgiev T. Sijbrands 1999 (0-2)
1.34-29
6.26x17
11.38-32
16.28x17
21.41-37
26.41-37
31.41-36
36.34x23
41.32x41
46.44-40
51.40-35

20-25
11x22
21x12
12x21
10-14
7-11
1- 6
13-18
11-17
35x44
30x39

56.39-33 23-29

2.40-34
7.28x17
12.32-28
17.42-37
22.43-38
27.48-42
32.36-31
37.23x12
42.22x11
47.39x50
52.33x44

15-20
12x21
13-18
4- 9
8-12
17-21
11-16
8x17
16x 7
18-23
15-20

3.45-40
8.37-32
13.36-31
18.46-41
23.49-43
28.38-32
33.32-27
38.40-34
43.41-37
48.37-31
53.44-39

57.40-34 29x40

10-15
21-26
26x37
21-26
6-11
2- 8
6-11
17-21
8-12
21-26
20-24

58.35x44 25-30

104

59.28-22 20-25

1- 7

A. Dibman J. Stokkel 1983 (2-0)


1.33-29 19-23
2.39-33 14-19
3.44-39 10-14
6.37-31
11.28x19
16.32-28
21.29x38
26.42-37
31.41-37
36.40-34
41.49-43
46.31x13
51.35-30

14-20
13x24
10-14
6-11
17-21
24-29
24-29
23-29
19x 8
11-17

7.41-37
12.41-37
17.28x17
22.31-26
27.26x17
32.34-30
37.44-39
42.43-38
47.30x10
52.30-24

10-14
8-13
12x21
11-17
12x32
25x34
29x40
29-34
15x 4
22-27

8.46-41
13.37-32
18.26x17
23.32-27
28.38x27
33.39x30
38.45x34
43.38-33
48.25-20
53.33-28

4-10
14-19
11x22
1- 6
8-12
29-33
14-20
34x43
17-21
17-22

4.50-44

5-10

5.31-26 20-25

9.32-28
14.42-37
19.38-32
24.37-31
29.31-26
34.43-38
39.30-25
44.48x39
49.26x17
54.28x17

23x32
2- 8
8-12
7-11
12-17
33x42
20-24
13-18
11x22
27-32

10.37x28
15.47-41
20.33-28
25.48-42
30.37-31
35.37x48
40.34-30
45.27-21
50.20-14
55.36-31

19-23
17-22
22x33
3- 8
18-23
20-24
9-14
16x27
6-11
32-38

4.37-32
9.46-41
14.36x27
19.42-38
24.38-33
29.24-19
34.23-19
39.20-15
44.32x23
49.33-29

19-23
1- 6
23-28
9-13
6-11
13x24
12-18
22-28
21-27
13-18

5.28x19
10.50-45
15.33x22
20.30-24
25.49-44
30.29x20
35.19x 8
40.41-37
45.45-40
50.29-24

14x23
14-19
17x28
11-17
18-22
15x24
2x13
9-13
16-21
18-23

18-22
6-11
16x27
14-19
14-19
2- 8
8-12

4.33-29
9.31-27
14.32x21
19.40-35
24.41-37
29.45-40
34.50-45

14-20
22x31
17x26
19x30
3- 8
20-24
5-10

5.38-33
10.36x27
15.36x27
20.35x24
25.37-32
30.29x20
35.34-29

10-14
21-26
14-19
10-14
8-13
15x24
24x33

18-22
21-27
14-19
13-19
22x31
20-24
19x10
10-14
12-17
11-17
18-23

4.33-29
9.32x21
14.41-37
19.38-32
24.33x13
29.29x20
34.28x19
39.36-31
44.31-26
49.50-44
54.19-13

14-20
16x27
19x30
5-10
8x19
15x24
2- 8
14-19
19-23
7-12
23x21

5.38-33
10.41-37
15.40-34
20.32-28
25.26x37
30.34-30
35.47-42
40.43-39
45.16-11
50.33-29
55.13- 9

10-14
6-11
13-18
10-14
12-18
25x34
3- 9
15-20
17x 6
24x33
21-27

56.39-33 38x 9
The peacock
W. Vrijland W. van der Wijk 2000 (1-1)
1.34-29
6.41-37
11.40-35
16.32x23
21.38-32
26.34-30
31.40x20
36.33-29
41.29-24
46.40-35

17-22
10-14
9-14
19x28
17-22
25x34
11-17
13-19
16-21
13-18

51.48-43 21-26

2.40-34
7.35-30
12.44-40
17.38-32
22.32x23
27.39x30
32.35-30
37.24x13
42.24-20
47.23x12

11-17
20-25
3- 9
13-19
22x42
20-25
8-13
18x 9
14x25
17x 8

3.32-28
8.45-40
13.31-27
18.32x23
23.47x38
28.43-38
33.30-24
38.44-39
43.38-32
48.39-33

6-11
5-10
22x31
19x28
14-20
25x34
7-11
10-14
11-16
8-13

52.43-38

1.34 30 French opening


The cheetah
F. Andriessen R. Boomstra 2007 (0-2)
1.34-29
6.32-28
11.41-36
16.40-35
21.28-23
26.46-41
31.41-37

20-25
16-21
4-10
19x30
13-19
12-18
18-23

36.38x29 23x34

2.29-24
7.37-32
12.47-41
17.35x24
22.24x13
27.32-28
32.37-32

19x30
11-16
26-31
9-14
8x28
7-12
12-18

3.35x24
8.43-38
13.27-21
18.44-40
23.33x22
28.39-34
33.49-43

37.40x29 26-31

A. Gantwarg H. Wiersma 1979 (1-1)


1.34-30
6.42-38
11.37-32
16.37-32
21.43-38
26.39-33
31.44-40
36.42-38
41.31-27
46.26x17
51.39x19

20-25
16-21
11-16
9-13
4-10
19-23
35x44
9-13
17-21
7-11
12-18

2.30-24
7.31-26
12.32x21
17.32x21
22.28-23
27.38-32
32.49x20
37.38-33
42.45-40
47.17-12
52.32-28

19x30
11-16
16x27
30-35
19x28
14-19
10-15
13x24
8-12
18x 7
6-11

3.35x24
8.37-31
13.46-41
18.21-16
23.31-27
28.33-28
33.20-14
38.48-43
43.37-31
48.40-34
53.44-40

105

Ottink-variation
T. Sijbrands V. Doumesh 2007 (2-0)
1.34-30 17-22
2.31-26 11-17
3.30-25
6.33-29
11.29x20
16.34-30
21.42-38
26.29x38

23x34
15x24
5-10
15-20
20-24

7.40x29
12.46-41
17.45-40
22.47-42
27.27-21

31.34-29 25x34

13-19
19-23
10-15
9-14
16x27

8.41-37
13.41-37
18.39-34
23.33-29
28.32x21

32.29x 9 13x 4

9-13
14-20
14-20
24x33
11-16

6-11

4.37-31

9.37-32
14.25x14
19.50-45
24.38x29
29.38-33

33.40x29 23x34

4- 9
10x19
20-25
22-28
16x27

1- 6

5.32-27 19-23

10.44-40 20-24
15.40-34 9-14
20.38-33 3- 9
25.49-44 28-33
30.31x11 6x17

34.44-39

1.31 27 Polish opening


Semi-classical opening
E. Hoogendoorn
1.31-27
6.34-30
11.40-34
16.34-30
21.33-28
26.25x14
31.40-34
36.48-43
41.41-36

19-23
14-19
4- 9
9-14
17-22
19x10
11-17
20-25
22x31

46.29x 9 14x 3
K. Thijssen
1.31-27
6.30-25
11.40-34
16.49-44
21.39-34
26.32-28
31.43-39
36.45-40
41.38-33

- W. van der Kooij


2.33-28
7.30-25
12.45-40
17.49-44
22.28x17
27.38-33
32.33-29
37.43-39
42.36x27

17-21
11-17
20-24
7-11
12x21
10-14
17-22
12-17
23-28

1997 (2-0)

3.28x19
8.25x14
13.50-45
18.44-40
23.39-34
28.40-35
33.41-36
38.29-24
43.32x12

14x23
9x20
14-20
17-22
24-30
13-19
22x31
8-13
21x41

4.39-33
9.35-30
14.25x14
19.30-25
24.35x24
29.34-30
34.36x27
39.39-33
44.47x36

10-14
5-10
9x20
22x31
19x39
15-20
8-12
1- 6
6-11

5.44-39
10.30-25
15.40-35
20.36x27
25.43x34
30.45-40
35.46-41
40.33-29
45.24-20

21-26
10-14
3- 9
11-17
14-19
6-11
2- 8
17-22
19-23

14x23
5-10
7-11
17x28
16-21
15x 4
12-17
3- 9
17-21

4.39-33
9.44-39
14.34-30
19.33x22
24.17-11
29.42-37
34.35-30
39.34-29
44.26x17

10-14
10-14
20-24
11-17
1- 6
21-27
13-18
4-10
22x11

5.34-30
10.30-25
15.40-35
20.22x11
25.38-32
30.47-42
35.30-24
40.42-38
45.33x31

14-19
4- 9
12-17
6x17
6x17
17-22
2- 8
10-15
13-19

14x23
5-10
20-25
17-22
14-20
25x14
18x29
7-12
11-17
22x13
17-21
18-22

4.38-33
9.43-38
14.44-39
19.47-42
24.41-36
29.43-39
34.42-38
39.34-30
44.20-14
49.28-23
54.42x31
59.45-40

21-26
10-14
14-20
22x31
17-22
8-12
13-19
6-11
17-22
27-32
21-26
31-36

5.34-30
10.49-43
15.33-29
20.36x27
25.28x17
30.30-24
35.39-33
40.24-20
45.14- 9
50.23-19
55.31-27
60. 5-14

10-14
4- 9
9-14
20-24
12x21
19x30
9-13
2- 8
22-27
13-18
32x21
16-21

47.20-14

- R. Cousijnsen 1996 (2-0)

19-23
21-26
11-17
23-29
17-22
23x32
26-31
9-14
14-19

46.24x 4 15x44

2.33-28
7.25x14
12.45-40
17.44-40
22.32-27
27.34x23
32.37x26
37.40-35
42.25-20

17-21
9x20
17-21
18-23
21x32
19x28
8-12
8-13
19x30

3.28x19
8.35-30
13.50-45
18.27-22
23.37x17
28.30x10
33.40-34
38.48-43
43.35x24

47. 4x50

H. Wiersma J. Van der Wal 1979


1.31-27
6.30-25
11.40-35
16.50-45
21.29x20
26.33-29
31.34x25
36.33x24
41.20x 9
46.38-33
51.24-20
56.20-15

19-23
14-19
11-17
1- 7
15x24
24x33
23-28
19x30
13x 4
12-17
26-31
21-27

61.14-20 22-28

2.33-28
7.25x14
12.45-40
17.38-33
22.33-28
27.38x29
32.32x23
37.35x24
42.25-20
47.33-28
52.19-14
57.14-10

17-21
9x20
7-11
3- 9
11-17
20-24
21x41
12-18
8-13
18-22
31-37
26-31

3.28x19
8.35-30
13.39-34
18.42-38
23.39-33
28.29x20
33.36x47
38.40-34
43.30-24
48. 9x18
53.47-42
58.10- 5

62.40-34 27-32

63.46-41 36x47

106

The big leap


E. Prosman A. Droog 1996 (2-0)
1.31-27 17-22
2.36-31 16-21
3.27x16 22-28
6.37-32
11.40-34
16.16x 7
21.50-44
26.40-34
31.43-39

14-19
14-20
1x12
14-20
13-19
2- 8

36.38-33 47x38

7.41-37 10-14
12.46-41 24-29
17.42-38 5-10
22.25x14 9x20
27.30-25 8-12
32.32-28 8-13

8.39-33
13.33x24
18.30-25
23.44-39
28.25x14
33.33-29

37.33x22 18x27

12-18
20x40
10-14
4- 9
9x20
17-21

4.32x23 19x28

9.44-39
14.45x34
19.34-29
24.49-44
29.34-29
34.28-23

38.39-34 38x24

20-24
11-17
23x34
6-11
23x34
19x28

5.33x22 18x36

10.34-30
15.38-33
20.39x30
25.44-40
30.39x30
35.47-42

18-23
7-11
19-23
12-18
3- 9
36x47

39.30x 6

1.31 26 The edge-opening


G. Valneris A. Chizhov 2001 (1-1)
1.31-26
6.36-31
11.39x28
16.41-36
21.27x18
26.31-27
31.33-28
36.50-45
41.45-40
46.31-26
51.22-18
56.27-22
61.18-12

19-23
15-20
23-29
12-17
12x23
14-19
30-35
13-18
35x44
20-24
29-34
16x27
32-38

2.36-31
7.33-28
12.34x23
17.22x11
22.31-26
27.45-40
32.40-34
37.43-39
42.49x40
47.33-28
52.21-17
57.22x31
62.31-27

14-19
10-15
18x29
29-34
20-25
9-14
20-24
23-29
30-35
34-39
34-40
49-16
16x32

3.41-36
8.41-36
13.27-21
18.40x29
23.37-31
28.37-32
33.38-33
38.34x23
43.43-39
48.22-17
53.17-12
58.48-42
63.12- 8

10-14
4-10
16x27
24x22
14-20
24-30
8-13
18x38
35x44
24-29
40-44
7-12
38-42

4.46-41
9.47-41
14.31x22
19.11- 6
24.44-39
29.35x24
34.36-31
39.32x43
44.39x50
49.28-22
54.26-21
59. 8x17
64. 8- 2

5-10
17-21
6-11
19-24
10-14
19x30
7-12
24-30
25-30
8-13
2- 7
39-43
42-48

5.31-27
10.26x17
15.36-31
20.32-27
25.42-37
30.39-33
35.26-21
40.39-33
45.28-22
50.17x 8
55.12- 8
60.42-38
65. 2x35

20-24
11x33
11-16
8-12
3- 8
13-19
2- 8
14-20
30-34
13x 2
44-49
43x32
32-16

20-24
19x30
9-14
19-23
18x40
2- 7
19-23
19x10
7-12

4.33-29
9.35x24
14.42-38
19.46-41
24.50-45
29.38-32
34.43-39
39. 4x15
44.32-28

24x33
10-14
5-10
14-19
14-19
19-23
9-13
23-28
11-17

5.38x29
10.24-20
15.47-42
20.37-31
25.45x34
30.42-38
35.48-42
40.32x23
45.27-22

18-22
14-19
1- 7
10-14
25x14
17-22
13-19
18x29
30-34

20-24
21-26
24x35
22x31
35x44
1- 7
11-17
14-19

4.33-29
9.39-33
14.29-23
19.36x27
24.39x50
29.42-38
34.36-31
39.41-37

24x33
15-20
18x29
14-19
11-17
2- 8
26x37
19-23

5.38x29
10.44-39
15.33x15
20.34-29
25.34-30
30.40-34
35.41x32
40.48-43

10-15
19-24
12-18
3- 9
25x34
17-22
17-22
23x34

66.35- 2

1.35 30 The wild horse


R. Clerc A. Gantwarg 1985 (0-2)
1.35-30
6.30-24
11.20-15
16.31-27
21.31-27
26.36-31
31.30-25
36.42-37
41.15x17

46.22x11

20-25
19x30
12-18
22x31
19-24
12-18
13-19
4-10
12x25

6x17

2.40-35
7.35x24
12.39-33
17.37x26
22.29x20
27.41-36
32.33-29
37.15x 4
42.37-32

15-20
14-19
7-12
3- 9
23-28
7-12
23x34
14-20
25-30

3.45-40
8.40-35
13.44-39
18.41-37
23.32x23
28.34-30
33.39x30
38.25x14
43.31-27

47.28-23 34-40

A. Cordier T. Sijbrands 1999 (0-2)


1.35-30
6.50-45
11.30x19
16.32-28
21.38-33
26.29x40
31.37-32
36.34-29

20-25
5-10
13x24
17-22
19-23
8-12
22x31
7-11

2.40-35
7.42-38
12.49-44
17.28x17
22.40-34
27.50-44
32.32-28
37.43-38

15-20
16-21
9-13
11x22
6-11
7-11
23x32
10-14

3.45-40
8.47-42
13.35-30
18.31-27
23.44-40
28.44-39
33.38x36
38.46-41

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