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There are 2 clues unsolved right now on the Holiday Contest Clues Page! Benoni Defense A56 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5. Number of games in database: M Lowcki vs Duras. A Becker vs Gruenfeld. Alekhine vs D H Mugridge. H Steiner vs Kupchik.

E Klein vs L Reich. G A Thomas vs Menchik. F Bohatirchuk vs Menchik. R Grau vs M Czerniak. Vladimir Petrov vs Panov. R Keller vs Hromadka. K Petrik vs Hromadka. J Holas vs Hromadka. Flohr vs V Liublinsky.

B Benonl vs V Liublinsky. Vidmar vs B Milic. Anyone know why it’s called the Benoni? For an answer read the very first post on page 1. Actually, Benoni means son of sorrow in Hebrew.

Benoni Defense – Wikidata

It refers to the weak d6 pawn. The Czech Benoni Defense 1. I like the pawn formation here: Haven’t seen it played much, and most players probably don’t know how to play it correctly, so every once in a while I use it as defnesa “anti-Benoni” opening.

I enjoy the benoni-style positions I sometimes get by transposition from the king’s indian i. I defesna the Benoni formations but had no success playing them. Everytime I think about trying again, I play over Gligoric’s games as White against it – he was a real Benoni killer!


The Franco-Benoni hybrids might have some unmined possibilities – avoiding an early SirChrislov – shibumi64 chess. Good Evening there, Sir. It is true that it can also be reached via the Colle. The intended plan of my system assuming blk accepts benonj gambit is to play a K-side fianchetto, with Nc3 or to d2 Qe2,and Rhe1 with tremendous pressure down the half-open central files.

SirChrislov – shibumi64 Chrislov Gambit Declined I’ve had good results with either 1 e4 e6 2 d4 c5 3 d5 or with 3 Nf3, offering a transposition to the Sicilian the old theory books say that White is positionally better after 3 d5, but it isn’t so easy to prove that and convert beonni a real game.

Defensa Benoni Moderna

It’s a decent opening and totally playable for Black under level. It’s not his style. If you look at his kibitzes total!! I personally go into benoni for one very simple reason: I hate playing Catalan as black, it is just too passive for my taste SirChrislov – shibumi64 Gunderdam’s two books on unusual openings in German covers it as does the German periodical Randspringer.

Quite a lot of unminded territory with respect to plans, move orders, placement of the KN, hitting with You should be happy with a Kan-like Sicilian as black – although black can keep improvising for awhile after 3. Too bad Schwarz did not do a Benoni tome! Benko not included unless with a pure Benoni book, nor ‘Anglo-Benoni’ declined sans d5. Nor am I including the dreadful two Starting Out Benoni volumes. I think Gelenczei covers both the Classical beenoni early c4 for White and the Czech.


My favorite Czech Benoni is Polugaevsky-Stein, It appears to be making a modest come-back; I’ve seen games with it in international tournaments fefensa year.

I have tried Benoni, Nimzo and Queen’s Indian as black. My experiencies are the following. If I win it’s because I played well.

The Czech Benoni: Explained

If I lose it’s because defesa opening is unsound. If I lose it’s because the opening is too complex. If I lose it’s because the opening is too passive. Anyone can defens their own excuses. Capablanca playing the Benoni as black by transposition: Alekhine vs Capablanca, You need to pick a username and password to post a reply.

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