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This is the idea, The whole variation has actually more in common with a Griinfeld Defence than with the TalTasch. Black challenges his opponent to occupy the center by playing 6 e4.
Such an aggressive attitude is not to everyone’s taste, however, and the rather more reserved options 6 e3 and 6 g3 have also grown into proper variations.
After 6 e4l2Jxc3 7 bxc3 cxd4 8 cxd4 ~b4+ 9 .id2.ixd2+ 10 li’xd2 0-0 Black has developed
very nicely and it is not clear how strong White’s central position really is.
The main line goes] 1 Jtc4 tbc6 120-0 b6 followed by 13…Jtb7. The position seems to be asking for a dS breakthrough, but its consequences are far from clear.
A good variation for players with strong nerves! Though outwardly less aggressive, 6 e3 also offers White some attacking prospects, but of a different nature. In fact, he is inviting Black to play 6…cxd4, when 7 exd4 (D) now gives White an isolated queen’s pawn with all the (latent) attacking chances on the kingside that go with it.
The theory recognizes two main lines here. One is easy development: 7…:Re7 8 ~d3 (or 8 .ic4) 8 CUc6 90-00-010 l’:rel and now, for instance, lO .if6. The other is more aggressive and rather tricky: 7…J1I.b4. Now after the natural 8 ~c2 CUc6, White may fall into a ‘trap’ by 9 ~d3 .iaS (threatening lO…4:Jdb4) 10 a3 l2Jxc3 11 bxc3 4:Jxd4 1 losing a pawn, but then Black may find that this is actually rather unclear for after 12 LiJxd4 ~xd4 13 0-0 White has a consider…Download the full book from the below link.
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