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Starting Out - Download as Text File .txt), PDF File .pdf) or read online. Starting Out Series in Chess. [Starting Out: The Ruy Lopez] [Understanding the Open. The Ruy Lopez Opening, 1.e4 e5 scretch.info3 Nc6. 3. continue the attack started on Black's center at move . knight on c6 by forcing White's bishop off of the a4-e8. Starting Out: the Ruy Lopez (Starting Out - Everyman Chess) [John Shaw] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ideal for those wanting to.

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Author John Shaw goes back to basics, studying the fundamental principles of the Ruy Lopez and its many variations. Starting Out: Ruy Lopez by John Shaw (). / The Ruy Lopez. A wild and original idea does not often turn out to be a successful concept. This is home study, I started to notice that many players spend large amounts of time on Anatoly Karpov: Master specialist of structures in the Ruy Lopez (photo Jos .

Since then it has been used regularly by every World Chess Champion and is often one of the first openings beginners learn. However, the Ruy Lopez is considered essential to the development of any promising player. Its strategic nature, typical tactics plus the fact it leads to both open and closed positions make it perfect for deepening general chess understanding. Due to the fact that every 1. The Ruy Lopez begins with the following moves: 1.

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Nov 14, Cormac Zoso rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Ruy Lopez is one of if not the oldest chess opening and it is certainly one of the most famous and most played. Discovered 'accidentally' by the Spanish Monk Ruy Lopez and thus also known as 'The Spanish Opening' in the 16th century, the monk made an 'incorrect' third move with white, Bb5 rather than the 'correct' Bc4.

While the opening is included in a chess book, it did not really catch hold until rediscovered by Carl Jaenisch in the midth century whose work is immortalized in pa The Ruy Lopez is one of if not the oldest chess opening and it is certainly one of the most famous and most played. While the opening is included in a chess book, it did not really catch hold until rediscovered by Carl Jaenisch in the midth century whose work is immortalized in part in the Schliemann—Jaenisch Gambit of the opening.

If these seem too easy or too hard, or to have no clear answers, never mind!

You are at least learning the right questions you should be asking yourself in a certain type of position, and that is half the battle when it comes to finding good moves. When opening theory comes to an end, a difficult stage of a game is reached wherein opportunities are either converted into a promising long-term plan or allowed to fade away due to irresolute play.

Where necessary, supplementary games and excerpts have been added to further reinforce the ideas under discussion.

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I hope you enjoy examining the great ideas of great minds in this book. Nonetheless, it is alive and kicking more than years later. Without any preparation, Black challenges the e4pawn. There is no definite refutation, and Radjabov has played it with success at the highest level.

Playing like this requires an adventurous spirit combined with some hard knowledge of theory. Game 34 K. For example In contrast after It allows Black to build a big centre, but White aims to cut it down to size with the help of some sharp tactics.

For example if Against Or if Question: Okay, but after It looks all wrong to me. Generally speaking in the Ruy Lopez, the downfall of the e4-pawn is a cause of celebration for Black, and a source of regret for White.

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But here things have happened very fast — the black king is still in the centre and his defences have been weakened by the removal of the f7-pawn. Does Black really have time to construct a pawn centre and also get the king to safety? It has to be challenged by the black pieces — but how? This is the most popular move at the time of writing.

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The ambitious alternative Lahno defends her knight and keeps up pressure on the black centre. Answer: Be patient! The next game will answer this question. Still, building a broad pawn centre was the whole point of dislodging the white pawn from e4. Bb5 a6 4. Bxc6 dxc6.

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Now, taking the e5-pawn with 5. Nxe5 is no good because Black has the strong response 5…Qd4, forking the knight and the e4-pawn. Black threatens to capture the e4-pawn with check, forcing the queen exchange and preventing White from castling. This only brings trouble for White who should away from this line.

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White has a couple of moves at his disposal on move 5 5. Nc3, 5.

Qxd4 Qxd4 7. Nxd4 see the diagram below : This position shows the basic Ruy Lopez Exchange Variation pawn structure.

White already has better control of the center and has stuck Black with doubled pawns. These doubled pawns can either be a weakness or a strength, depending on how Black uses them and how White fights against them. In a late endgame with many of the pieces traded off, this doubled pawn will be a big problem for Black because his pawn majority on the queenside 4 vs 3 is nullified.

With pieces on the board, however, this doubled pawn is less of a liability. Aside from the pawn majority problem for Black, he does have an extra half-open file available that White does not have. Both sides have the open d-file to use but only Black has the half-open e-file leading towards the e4-pawn that could be a potential target.