I tried 4. Nbd2 line is called the Rubinstein Variation, and After that white should probably play 7. Ngxe5 8. Nxe5 Nxe5 9.
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I tried 4. Nbd2 line is called the Rubinstein Variation, and After that white should probably play 7. Ngxe5 8. Nxe5 Nxe5 9. Qxd2 with the resulting position: click for larger view which is no more than slightly better for white. The other main option at move 6 is Nc3, which I beleive is considered the main line. Here the game usually goes: 6. Qd5 f6 and now the exchange 9. I play that line for white too, but usually just play 7 e3, 8 Be2, and 9 instead of wasting time with a3.
A good example of this is in the Ruy. Qd4 tactic that black has means that the move 3. Bb5 does not have any immediate influence, and in fact the move can be totally ignored if the black player so wishes. However, in the long run the pressure that the bishop gives becomes enormous, and usually lands black in a somewhat cramped position.
Only one such game exists in the cg. Thanks Aug muwatalli : does anyone know of any other ways to deal with the rubinstein variation other than Nf3 f6 7. Nc3 Nc6 9. Kd3 Ne5 , or Kf4 O-O! No other information is available about the game, except that it was played in a rapid transit ten seconds per move tournament. I always do well with it from the white side of things but I can see why no top players play it. Not that many games in the database anyway, but..
Plenty of them are decisive games. I like it.
Chess Online Mar 2, 9. Despite an budapets debut inthe Budapest Gambit budapext attention from leading players only after a win as Black by Grandmaster Milan Vidmar over Akiba Rubinstein in Nc3 keeps the material advantage of a pawn at the cost of a weakening of the white pawn structure. The other gambit, In other projects Wikibooks. Alexander Alekhine showed how White could get a strong attack with 4. Qc2 Lalic gives The percentage of draws is especially low compared to mainstream alternatives such as Bf3 when Jeremy Silman prefers White. Posted days 6 hours and 26 minutes ago.
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