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B-B2, P-Q5; 12. Kt-K4, PxP; 13. KtxKt, BxKt; 14. B-K4, Q-Q2; 15. Q-B2 or PxP. The openings as sketched out up to this point give a sufficiently clear idea of the possibilities of combining sound development with an attempt to capture the centre after the opening moves 1. P-K4, P-K4. In most cases, Black's centre pawn being open to attack by White's P-Q4, we find an early break-up of the centre, and concurrently the opening of the Ks or Qs file for the Rooks. " Lately the distinction has been abandoned, and very rightly, since in the latter openings, too, the centre can be cleared occasionally.

6. P-QKt3, BPxP; 7. KPxP, B-Kt5; 8. B-Kt2, Kt-K5; 9. Q-B2, Q-R4; 10. R-QB1, QxP. In order not to relinquish the square at QKt4 to Black, White can also try the following manoeuvre: 6. 7. 8. 9. PxBP P-QR3 P-QKt4 B-Kt2 BxP Castles B-Q3 If Black imitates White's moves, viz. 9. PxP; 10. BxP, P-QR3; 11. Castles, P-QKt4; 12. B-Q3, B-Kt2, the result is the symmetrical position in Diagram 36. --------------------------------------8 | #R | | | #Q | | #R | #K | | |---------------------------------------| 7 | | #B | | | | #P | #P | #P | |---------------------------------------| 6 | #P | | #Kt| #B | #P | #Kt| | | |---------------------------------------| 5 | | #P | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 4 | | ^P | | | | | | | |---------------------------------------| 3 | ^P | | ^Kt| ^B | ^P | ^Kt| | | |---------------------------------------| 2 | | ^B | | | | ^P | ^P | ^P | |---------------------------------------| 1 | ^R | | | ^Q | | ^R | ^K | | --------------------------------------A B C D E F G H Diag.

P-K4, P-K4. In most cases, Black's centre pawn being open to attack by White's P-Q4, we find an early break-up of the centre, and concurrently the opening of the Ks or Qs file for the Rooks. " Lately the distinction has been abandoned, and very rightly, since in the latter openings, too, the centre can be cleared occasionally. We attain typical close positions when Black does not play 1. P-K4 in answer to 1. P-K4, but relinquishes all claim on his K4 and takes possession of his Q4 instead, leaving White the option of interlocking the pawns in the centre with P-K5.

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