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Beating the Queen's Gambit: using 5. Bf4 line

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GM Ding Liren : the Queen's Gambit killer

13/1/2022 –  It is difficult to beat the Queen’s Gambit set-up because it has solid defense and controls the center. But GM Ding Liren shows us how to win by using the 5. Bf4 variation.

Both featured games are exciting to watch and learn. See how he beat GM Magnus Carlsen and GM Levon Aronian where black was not able to recover and was not able to counter punch at all.  What I noticed about GM Liren is he plays like the former World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov. But first things first,  have a hot and delicious coffee first…

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CHESS BLOG No. 56 : Date: 13th January 2022

Black's game plan: develop the bad bishop

1st Game : Check diagram below (GAME VIEWER 1)

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Black's 6...b6 line is much better setup than the 6...Nbd7. However, the position was still disadvantageous when GM Ding Liren created many weaknesses on both black's kingside and queenside position.

2nd Game: Check diagram below (GAME VIEWER 2)

Black's Game Plan: develop the knight first and control the center.

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This is one of the most beautiful games I have seen. Very elegant game...truly marvelous to see GM Ding Liren play. I learned a lot from it...but coffee first...

GAME VIEWER 1

GAME VIEWER 2

ENDGAME CORNER - SOLVE THE PROBLEM BELOW

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Author: FMJesse

Chess Title: FIDE Master FIDE Chess Rating: 2339 Chess Book Author: Education: Bachelor of Nursing (Mental Health) Founder: Memory Chisel University: Western Sydney University

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