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The move 2.Bg5 was named after the Brazilian player Octavio Trompowsky (1897–1984), who employed it in the 1930s and the 1940s. The move led only a shadowy existence right up to the 1980s, but then some free-thinking English grandmasters, above all Julian Hodgson, took it up and demonstrated the vitality of this system, which has since that point become firmly established.
Trompowsky for the attacking player
La Trompowsky enseñada por el rey del ajedrez a la ciega siguiendo el camino recomendado para aprender ajedrez: táctica, estrategia, creatividad.
por Timur Gareyev
Attacking with the Benko Gambit - Part 2
Este DVD completa el repertorio sugerido por Alejandro Ramírez para las negras cuando las blancas quieren evitar el regalo del peón, manteniendo el espíritu Benko.