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Be2 is better for White 5. Articles with short description. Another pftrov aggressive try is 6. White now must retreat the knight, or sacrifice it. This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. My friend and I used to keep playing this same line in the Dragon, where I would play Bh6 at some point.

The old method with 5. I’ve been murdered by the Cochrane in Blitz.

Defensa Petrov

If they can’t get back the pawn with equality, they say the gambit decensa “unsound”. It is not so extreme as you say. Retrieved 29 January They play it out and Player A wins. Please observe our posting guidelines: Nxf7 click for larger view Looks like it has evolved from a Petrov. I can;t think of too many other gambits that involve giving up a Knight as early as White does in the Cochrane Player A says, “See?


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Qf4 the game is approximately equal. Bd3, where he will try to drive Black’s advanced knight from e4 with moves like c4 and Re1.

Rxd1 Bxd1 or Nxf7, is labeled “speculative but entertaining” by Nick de Firmian. Black can capture either white pawn.

Occasionally seen is the quiet 3. The Wikibook Chess Opening Theory has a page on the topic of: In recognition of the early investigations by the Russian masters Petrov and Carl Jaenischthis opening is called the Russian Game in some countries.

Petrov’s Defence

I defensw recommend playing it if you are trying to ‘refute’ the petroff. Old as the opening is, the 5. I’m guessing Perrov had winning lines worked out at home, but ultimately was surprised by Kramnik giving up material to establish a perpetual check, along the first rank and g3 square. I told you it works. No obscene, racist, sexist, or profane language.

After the other capture, Bb4 just giving back the piece with a better game. I beat him in that line five or six times in a row, and then told him it had been sound all along.


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Another possibility is 3. The thing is, it’s a slow gambit. Thoughts on the Cochrane Gambit: Nc3 leading to the following position: Topalov vs Kramnik, Im not playing vefensa, of course, but I have beaten many masters. Opening of the Day Petrov Defense 1.

Apparently the right move is play Bishop to e6, even though your King gets dragged out into the open board.

Pillsbury,0—1 Chessgames. I was just checking this one out of curiousity as soon as Cochrane was mentioned: In practice White is usually able to achieve this, but at some structural cost such as having to play c4, which balances out. I wish you were here to see it! This is generally only good enough for a drawwhich Black should be satisfied with. A long and complicated tactical sequence which has frequently been seen in master games is