Black is OK Forever! by Andras Adorjan

By Andras Adorjan

In accordance with the best-selling Black is OK!, this 3rd quantity within the sequence builds at the cult classic's good fortune. carrying on with Adorjan's campaign, which all started within the progressive Nineteen Sixties, it encourages gamers not just to win extra video games with Black but in addition to take pleasure in themselves within the strategy. He bargains concrete starting diversifications and illustrative video games designed to accomplish this, along a philosophy for producing a favorable frame of mind whilst coming into a conflict.

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Right now, my wins, draws and losses are more equally ba lanced. Last season (I am no GM, only an 'amateur' player who plays in a club; my Elo is between 1650 and 1 700) I even won more games with BLACK than with White. So my answer to the first question would be: I enjoy playing with White (I like the Queen's Gambit, King's Gambit) but I also enjoy playing with BLACK (my favourite openings with BLACK are Alekhine's defence, 'Rat defence' and the King's Indian). 2) What is the logical outcome if both sides play perfectly?

1 3 . c3 'it'c4+. b4 With a peace treaty. There was a way for BLACK to try for more: he could have continued the attack by 1 3 .... d4 with good chances. B ut of course that was not so clear during the game. On top of everything the draw was in reach. And it was in the second round, after a win in the first. We all have our wea k moments .. 1 3 . d4 ! -+) 19 ... de2+; B) 14 a3 Bl) Also 14 ... h5 ! xc3 17 bxc3 exd4+) 1 5 . . g4� offers very fine attacking prospects for the second (to none) player; B2) 14 ...

4 liJfe4 (4 hxg3 liJf3+! 1:13f5-+ � 7 liJxb7 'ii'xe4. 3 l:tg3! l:tgl lbf3 ! 0-1 ••• Don 't you think the guy is so strong! (Although he has become an IM since) My suspicion is that he touched the f3 pawn accidentally and for once in his life decided to be a gentleman! All that came afterwards was forced. Anyway he is a sort of friend, infected by BLACK is OK! , and the cheapest available translator (the only one I know, too... ). BLACK is BAD? Back in the Middle Ages, and perhaps even later, each colour had a particular meaning known to everyone.

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