Josef Varosi Open 2013 Rd4

Rd4

i tried as hard as I could to break down white’s defenses but in the end could not and offered a draw. This was quite disappointing as I had the advantage(or so I thought) for most of the game.Here’s my round 4 game.

Kokeny,N (1746) – Yip,M (2009) 
Queen’s Indian Hybrid[E13]
Josef Varosi Open (4), 16.03.2013


Position 1
The has been going well for black. There is some pressure on the kingside and white’s pawn structure is compromised. What do you recommend for black now?

  • 35…e4(flank attacks require the center be closed)
  • 35…ed(Black needs to create a second front and should not mind undoubling white’s c-pawns)
  • 35…cd(Black needs to create a second front and should not mind undoubling white’s c-pawns)
  • Something else
Black to Play


35.Rf2


Posted on March 16, 2013, in Josef Varosi Open 2013, Queen's Indian. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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