Trends Reynolds 14.Ne2 Semi-Slav(D48) 2012
Here is a recent game in the Reynolds variation of the rock-solid Semi-Slav Defence by GM Parligras,M.
Parligras vs. Zhigalko S., European individual championship 2011
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Romanian Grandmaster (2002), Romanian Champion (2001).
- Timisoara 2001, 1st;
- Lasker Memorial (ROM) 2001, 1st;
- Ciocaltea Memorial 2002, 2nd;
- Bucharest Spring 2003, 2nd;
- Acropolis GM 2003, 2nd;
- Srajber Memorial 2003, 1st;
- Tarragona Open 2006, 1st;
- ad Wiessee Open 2007, 1st;
- Acropolis 2008, 1-2nd;
- Rethymno Open 2010, 1-6th;
- Bosna Open 2011, 2-5th.
14.Ne2!? transfers the knight to the kingside while offering the e-pawn as a gambit. This is one of the latest attempts for white break the Semi-Slav. Analysis shows that it is dangerous to accept the pawn so black is left with the question of how to properly uphold the Semi-Slav.
Parligras,M (2628) – Jumabayev,R (2567)
Reynolds 14.Ne2 [D48]
World Cities Team GpD Al-Ain UAE (1.6), 22.12.2012
Black has prevented h4-h5 and now white is faced with the task of breaking down black’s position. What do you suggest?
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