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Garry Kasparov had to grind his teeth in his WCh match in the year 2000, since he was unable to win a single game with White against Vladimir Kramnik’s Berlin Defence. The latter then received the nickname of the Berlin Wall. As a result 3...Nf6 against the Ruy Lopez also became ever more popular amongst other grandmasters and the analytical efforts were stepped up in order to find for White some sort of promising setup against this super-solid defence.
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Navigating the Ruy Lopez Vol.1-3
The Ruy Lopez is one of the oldest openings which continues to enjoy high popularity from club level to the absolute world top. In this video series, American super GM Fabiano Caruana, talking to IM Oliver Reeh, presents a complete repertoire for White.
The Berlin Wall
En el año 2000 marcó el cambio de siglo ajedrecístico y dio un título mundial. Cómo jugarlo, con especial atención a los finales y a los sistemas antiberlineses.
por Viktor Bologan
Trends in modern openings (2014)
Un jugador de primer nivel como Rustam Kasimzhanov explica las tendencias más recientes en aperturas en la práctica magistral, donde la teoría y la práctica se funden y a menudo la segunda elabora la primera.