TWIC 1170 April 11,2017

Highlights from TWIC 1170 from TWIC.

Onischuk-Xiong

Grunfeld Defence Be3 Exchange Variation(D85)

After 21..Re8(Diagram)

The Bb2 was out of play in this topical line of the Grunfeld.

After 21..Re8

Vidit-Safarli

Bogo-Indian Defence 4.Bd2 Qe7(E11)

After 45..Rd8(Diagram)

How to exploit the massive positional bind?

After 45..Rd8

Can-Anton Guijarro

Queen’s Indian 8.Bd2(E18)

After 29..b5(Diagram)

Black was comfortably equal but the game became exiting after a series of mutual mistakes.

After 29..b5

Mchedlishvili-Kotanjian

King’s Indian Saemisch 6..Nc6(E84)

After 20..e5(Diagram)

White to do about the mutually hanging pieces?

After 20..e5

 

Zherebukh-Caruana

Breyer(C95)

After 23..Nh7(Diagram)

White built up a typical attack against the loose kingside structure.

After 23..Nh7

 

Jones-Dhulipalla

Spanish Yates Variation(C91)

After 20..Qg5(Diagram)

White got a strong position right out of the opening with seemingly no effort.

After 20..Qg5

After 49.f4(Diagram)

Converting the extra pawn proved to be difficult.

Black to play and defend.

After 49.f4

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