The Grünfeld Defence is not only Black's sharpest response to 1.d4, but also an opening with rich and deep theory. Nowadays, many players follow Magnus Carlsen's approach and treat the opening in a simple way. Anti- grünfeld lines with Bd2 were known as the Smyslov Variation for 50 years. But he avoided direct e2-e4 lines, which are very popular today. The central struggle is very different after Black chooses his plan. In general, Black has three responses:
a. Capture on c3 and after c5 or e5 White gets a passed central pawn.
b. Allow White to create a strong centre after Bg7, then try to attack it with pieces or pawn redirection f7-f5.
c. Direct attack on the d4-pawn with Nd5-b6, which is a less logical solution.
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