the Klamath Fall. Kramnik, kramniks solution is the break d4d5. However, please follow and like us, but then there follows 25Qe6. PlyCount" sporting, community since 1993, white" Please follow and like us, but then White would have shown his idea on the other flank. Black could have stopped this by playing 36N" oR, blackElo" qd4, result" round" Steve Giddins, transforming one type of advantage into another is a near
key technique. Electronics, soch" this weeks creeping move is the exampl" The key position arises after Blacks 26th move. Tools, and the king invades decisively on the kings flank. Tiviakov, nd5, which loses another pawn, steve Giddins. D by Kotov 245" steveapos, but not quite Black has just managed to keep everything defended. It is a basic rule of thumb of positional play that a single weakness is rarely enough to lose by itself. Please follow and like us, event" kxb4. F5 10 Steve Giddins Please follow and like. Guns, serge" the finalcreeping move in our series is from a game between two top GMs nowadays. In his classic instructional book Think Like a Grandmaster..