The Dutch Leningrad System Chess Training Program

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The Dutch Defence, Leningrad System A86-A89
People who play the Dutch Defence are usually aiming for more than a draw. This is particularly true of the Leningrad System (involving the moves f5 and g6 against 1.d4). The author is even of the opinion that this system is better than the King’s Indian, because you have already achieved the pawn thrust f5. Under A86 there are also variations, in which Black plays 3...d6 and does not necessarily follow up later with g6; these are also treated on the CD. In the chapter “Strategic principles underlying the Leningrad System” the author tackles various themes, such as, e.g., the e2-e4 breakout, which is quite often preceded by b3 and Bb2 (or else Black has no difficulty playing e5). Another theme is the “Queenside pawn attack”, frequently played in conjunction with an early b2-b4. But, in general, the author is more concerned with the possibilities for Black. All features at a glance: 18 database texts 142 model games, annotated by the author more than 15,000 games Training database Reader based on ChessBase 9.0
About the author The Russian chess theoretician Boris Shipkov, 42, lives in Novosibirsk and has already published various books and articles, including the ChessBase CDs “The Queen’s Gambit Accepted” and “Dutch Defence A90-A99”. He is editor in chief of the online magazine Chess Siberia http://www.chessib.com

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Pentium 166, 32 MB RAM, Win98, WinME, Win2000, WinXP

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