Chess Opening Lecture: A discussion of Black’s chances with the Fork Trick in the Four Knights’ Game… How to remove your opponent’s advantage when he plays 4.Bc4!
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The London System begins with 1.d4, with an early Bf4, pawns on d4/e3, often with c3/c4, Bd3, Nbd2 and Ngf3. In this game, we see Kasparov at his positional best, which illustrates the role and influence of the London Bishop on the h2-b8 diagonal. We also see the Bd2/c3 line, with its thematic Queenside pawn expansion, whilst black struggles to find effective counter play.
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