Slaying the dragon II

by Oliver Reeh
9/4/2020 – The diagram shows the starting position of the aggressive Löwenfisch Variation. After the natural 6...Bg7 Black already must be very careful not to be crushed. Are you in a Dragon slayer mood today?

Strike like the world champions Strike like the world champions

88 times, IM Oliver Reeh leads you step by step through the most brillant game conclusions of the world champions - in interactive Fritztrainer format, enabling you to enter the winning moves yourself.

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ChessBase Magazine #197

CBM 193

 

ChessBase Magazine Extra #196




Oliver Reeh is an International Master, lives in Hamburg, and plays for the "Hamburger Schachklub" in the "Bundesliga". He is a long-time member of the ChessBase team, and regularly entertains and educates readers with his tactic column in the ChessBase Magazine. He is also co-author of the popular DVDs on Bobby Fischer, Mihhail Tal, Alexander Alekhine, and José Raul Capablanca appearing in the ChessBase Master Class Series.
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Hypekiller5000 Hypekiller5000 9/7/2020 10:08
I once had 6.f4 Bg7 5.e5 Nfd7 8.e6 fxe6 9.Nxe6 Bxc3? on the board. White is winning, but only with the amazing 10.Bd2. Sometimes you also have to know how to win a winning position...
Leonilo Leonilo 9/4/2020 09:47
Seems that Steibel studied the game Slivin vs Chanov, 1955.
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