By Gary Lane
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Extra resources for A Guide to Attacking Chess (A Batsford chess book)
Bxf3 line White has found ways to fight for an opening edge. 9 ¦e1!? White has a wide choice here. c6 10 £d2 £c7 11 ¦ad1 ¤bd7 12 ¥h6 ¥xf3 13 ¥xf3 ¥xh6 14 £xh6 a6 Rytshagov,M−Chernin,A/Erevan 1996, Black is at least equal. ¦ab8 is the main alternative to the text, but it seems that there White also has chances for an opening advantage: 14 £d4! c5 15 £d2 14 f3!? e6?! This natural move seems to be the source of amazingly rapid problems for Black! It gives White the opportunity to launch a sudden Kingside attack.
14 £e2 ¥e6 15 f5 ¥c4 16 fxg6 hxg6 17 a5 Now Black has to strengthen White's centre after which I don't like her position that much, Computer−Ioseliani,N/Hague (Netherlands) 1993.
An unexpected and very strong move. Lutz,C−Espig,L/Bremen 1998− A great performance by Lutz! 32 Pirc − Austrian Attack− 5 0-0 [B09] Last updated: 10/07/04 by Andy Martin 1 e4 d6 2 d4 ¤f6 3 ¤c3 g6 4 f4 XIIIIIIIIY 9rsnlwqkvl-tr0 9zppzp-zpp+p0 9-+-zp-snp+0 9+-+-+-+-0 9-+-zPPzP-+0 9+-sN-+-+-0 9PzPP+-+PzP0 9tR-vLQmKLsNR0 xiiiiiiiiy This features one of White's sharpest weapons − the Austrian Attack. By playing e4, d4 and f4 White creates a very strong pawn centre and prepares a kingside attack. On the other hand this ambitious plan gives Black counterchances, as the seemingly strong central pawns may become a target.
A Guide to Attacking Chess (A Batsford chess book) by Gary Lane