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4. l. 2. 3. 4. a3. Be3 Rfd8 =. l. 8 Qe2 dxc4 Bd6 9 Bxc4 Black sacrifices a tempo to get in ... Bd6 when e4 is no longer espe cially effective. S. ch. t. 5 Not 8 ... Bd6? b3 ! 9. Bxe4 h6? [bet ter is 1 3 ... Bd3 ! c5 Be? Bh7ch ! Rxd4 with a big initiative for White in Petrosian-Taimanov, USSR ch. 1955. The nice finish ofthat game was: 1 6 . . Bc5 1 7 . Ba3 ! Nh4, 1 -0. Also dubious for B l ack i s H . Qe7 ? . Ne5 ! a3 ! Bxf8 ! f3! f4 ! ] 1 6... d5 ! Be7 ! d6 and White went on to . wm. b3 !
Qc2! g6 2 1 . Nd4! Bxfl ? [22. Bd3 ! f5 ! Nxf5 ! Bf8 2 6 . B d4 Qb5? [26 . . R xd4 ! Nd6! , White has a power ful attacking position and went on to win the game. e4. Rfe l ! Neg5. e4 Black can relieve some of his cramp with 1 2 . Nxe4 c5. •. •.. • S my s l ov- S zily, Budapest 1949; Moscow- Capturing on e5 also fails to solve Black's problems: 1) 12 . . f4 Rfd8 1 5 . Rh3, +-, Semi-Slav Defense 39 Landau-Feigen, Kemeri 1937; 2) 1 2 . . dxc4 1 3 . Qg4 Qxe5? Nd5 ! Nxg6 and White is winning, Sanguinetti Donoso, Fortaleza 1 975.
H3 ! h6( 1 2 ... Qe7 1 3 . Re l ! favors White , but 1 2. 1 3 ... exd4 Nb6! Bxh6 Nfd5 ! ) 13 ... Be3 Nh5? Rfe 1 is slightly better for White. d5 ! Nxd5 Nxd5 1 7 . B xd5 Nf6 1 8 . Nd5 ! e5 ! Nf8? Rfe1 +- . ) 1 8 . Nb5 ! Ne6 ( 1 8 . . Qxflch. Nd4, 1-0, Kasparov-Van der Wiel, Brussels 1987. Rdl ! ] 1 2 ... Rxd4 Be6 and Black held the advantage. Bc3, 1/21/2. e5 11 Or 1 1 .. ECO] 12 ... e5 B xf5 1 8 . Nxd4 +=, Furman-Taimanov, USSR ch. 1949. h3 Re8 [The right answer to ... 6 Bd3 Bb4 32 White's plan is 14 ...
Semi-Slav Defense: Non-Meran Variations by Jeremy Silman, John Donaldson