31 de enero de 2011


The tribulations and triumphs of the Advanced Caro-Kann
Nakamura and Magnus Carlsen are typical kids of Internet chess. During their teenage years they spent many hours blitzing online. As they grew older and their chess matured, they became more serious. Their opening preparation has been excellent. Good examples are two Caro-Kann games they played in Wijk aan Zee.
The solid Caro-Kann was played by many great players such as the world champions Jose Raul Capablanca, Mikhail Botvinnik, Tigran Petrosian, Anatoly Karpov and Anand. Even the young Kasparov tried it for a while. Black's position is sound and exchanging a few light pieces greatly diminishes white's attacking chances. In the Advanced variation white grabs space and keeps most of the pieces in play - and it pleases all attacking souls. The following two games show the tricks and twists of the popular line. In the first game Nakamura as black meets the Russian champion Ian Nepomniachtchi and the play turns wild in no time.

Las tribulaciones y los triunfos de Caro-Kann Avanzado Nakamura y Magnus Carlsen son los niños típicos de ajedrez de Internet. Durante sus años adolescentes ellos gastaron muchas horas blitzing en línea. Como ellos se pusieron más viejos y su ajedrez madurado, ellos se hicieron más serios. Su preparación de apertura ha sido excelente. Ejemplos buenos son dos juegos Caro-Kann que ellos jugaron en Wijk aan Zee. Caro-Kann sólido fue jugado por muchos grandes jugadores como el mundo defiende a Jose Raul Capablanca, Mikhail Botvinnik, Tigran Petrosian, Anatoly Karpov y Anand. Incluso Kasparov jóven lo intentó un ratito

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