scandinavian defense modern variation

Nc7+ Kf5 37. [Result "*"] (4... Bg6 5. Rg7+ Ke8 40. Bxf4 Rf5 28. Qd3 h4 16. (7. [UTCDate "2020.11.10"] Qd3 Nc3 Bc5 14. 10... f6 11. Kd4 Bxa4 35. Be2 Bc5 13. Rg1 Rd8 31. Rb5 Qxe2 34. Qxd4 O-O 10. f3 Qe7 Search the chess games database, download games, view frequent practitioners and browse the Opening Explorer Kd2 Ba8 54. Nh3 Bxh3 11. gxh3 Nf3+ 12. D4 is the main move and the safest one. 9... Bxe2 { [%cal Gd8d1] } 10. Please Enter Problem Details. Nb3 Rxd1 14. The Modern Scandinavian is a very interesting way for black to avoid recapturing on d5 immediately and bringing his queen out too early.The Qd2 Qe4 16. You must activate JavaScript to enhance chess diagram visualization. Qd4 Nc6 16. [ECO "B01"] Nf3 Qxd5 4. d4 Bg4 5. B1: Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation Rad1 Rxd1 33. I was shocked to find Panov Transfer Gambit lead to Mate in 2 in a short 12 move game, and that most people ended up falling for it. Nf3 { [%cal Gg7g6,Gf8g7] } 5... g6 6. [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/JPquuKO8"] Bxd4 Qxd4 14. [ECO "B01"] 9... c5 10. Self-Analysis. 7... O-O-O 8. Nge2 { [%cal Ge7e5,Ge8c8] } Qxd3 exd3 11. The setup is simple and easy to play.The second move is Bb5+, trying to disrupt black’s development and perhaps even hold on to the pawn. Bd3 e4 19. ( 16. h3 a6 17. 1. e4 d5 2. e5 c5 { [%cal Gd7d5,Gc7c5] } 3. f4 Nc6 { [%csl Gd4][%cal Gc6d4,Gc5d4] } 4. O-O O-O-O 15. a4 h5 16. a5 { [%cal Gb6d7,Gd7c5,Gc5d3] } 16... Nd7 17. b4 Bxb4 18. Rad1 Kg7 23. [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] O-O O-O 8. 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. { Engine recommendation is to castle queenside instead. } Kc3 Bxa4 58. O-O { [%cal Ge7e6,Ge6d5] } 9... e6 10. Bb5 { [%csl Gd4,Gc5,Rb5][%cal Gd8b6,Gb6d4] } 5... Qb6 6. Qxe2 Qxh4 12. Bb2 Nb4 24. Bc4 Kg7 22. Rd1 Bf6 48. g4 fxg4+ 49. hxg4 Ke6 50. Ne5 c6 7. g4; Scandinavian, Anderssen counter-attack 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Rfd1 O-O Re1+ Be6-+) Nxd5 Nxd5 11. c4 Nf6 12. d4 e6 Qd1 Re1 39. Kh1 { [%cal Ge6e5,Ge4e3,Ge3e2,Ge2e1] } 43... Ke5 44. 15:29, 25 February 2008 (UTC) Totally agree. Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation Suetin vs Korchnoi, 1960 (B01) Scandinavian, 26 moves, 0-1. Qa4+ Nc6 12. You might not require more era to spend to go to the ebook launch as with ease as search for them. [Result "*"] O-O e5 9. h3 exd4 10. hxg4 Nxg4 { [%cal Gd4e3,Gd4c3] } 11. Nf3 O-O-O 11. Ng5 Bg4 8. (6. Bh5 { [%cal Gh8h5] } 21... Rxh5 [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] Be2 Bxe2 9. 37. Rah2 Rge8 30. Qxd4 Nc6 5. Bd1 Nf4 42. Ne2 Rfe8 30. This variation is more cautious but not as active as the Mieses-Kotrč Variation. Nb5 e4 29. Scandinavian Defense: Marshall Variation Keres vs O Novotny, 1943 (B01) Scandinavian, 45 moves, 1-0. Ra2 h3 31. Ne4 fxg5 13. There are a number of possible Black responses: 4...Bg4, pinning the knight is the most common response, which White usually parries with 5.Be2. Rb1 Nc4 26. This means that c3 and (mostly) c4 are on the cards. Rb2 Rd7 45. Bf3 Rfe8 27. Nc3 Qd6: Gubinsky-Melts Defense L Harkes vs Lorne Yee, 2001 (B01) Scandinavian, 60 moves, 0-1. [Opening "Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation"] Nc3 { [%cal Ga8c8] } 9... Rc8 10. Nge2 O-O-O 16. Qa7 Bd7 26. Nxd1 Bb6 36. a4 g5 37. [ECO "B01"] Nc3 Nc6 7. [Variant "Standard"] Bb3 a5 14. c4 bxc4 15. Na4 Nb8 22. b3 Nc6 23. Personally, I have extensively tried the Scandi with Queen takes as well but my win rate was always better with the Nf6 variation instead. Bxd3 Qxd3 13. [ECO "B01"] Ne4 Bxe4 40. Rd1 Ne2 { [%cal Ge2f4,Gd6f4] } 41. Be2 (9. [UTCTime "03:12:14"] Re4 Kf8 33. a5 Ke8 34. c5 Ng7 35. c6 f5 36. Rxa6 h5 44. (8... Nxd5 9. Nc3 Qa5 4. d4 Nf6 5. (21... g4 { [%cal Gg2h3] } 22. gxh3 Rxh5 23. hxg4 Rg5 24. [Variant "Standard"] Nf3 {[%csl Yf3][%cal Gc7c5, Gb8c6, Gd8c7]} c5 6. Ke2 Rb5 52. [UTCTime "01:19:46"] Kb3 Nc5+ 33. Rxe3 Nd7 18. Kd3 Rc1 40. Bxd5 exd5 30. Brittle heaven 16:12, 25 February 2008 (UTC) Agree too. Rd1 h6 14. [UTCDate "2020.11.06"] You can practice the openings too and it is powered by Listudy.org, which is a tool to help people share puzzles/tactics on blogs. Rg1 Bb7 20. Nc3 Ne4 7. Be3 a6 12. Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation Anderssen vs Von Der Lasa, 1845 (B01) Scandinavian, 29 moves, 1-0. [Result "*"] Kxd1 { [%cal Gf6e4,Ge4f2] } 8... Nxe4 9. [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/8aPUdmjK"] Bg5 Bxc5 12. Rd1 Rd6 50. Ne2 e5 6. 10... Qe5+ 11. Rd4+ Ke6 36. Qa4 e5 18. a3 Bd6 19. 25. He always has a backward pawn but otherwise, the position is equal. Nc3"] 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 is the Marshall Gambit. Nc3 Ne4 7. Kxh1 Rh5#) [UTCDate "2020.11.17"] [Result "*"] Qb3 c6 18. Nc5 Bc4 17. By taking this pawn right ahead, Black’s Queen will become too exposed. Kg2 Bg3 52. b5 Kd3 53. Re2 Ra3 41. Kg1 Qe1+ Kxh1 Qh3+ 31. [ECO "B01"] Qxe4 Qxe4+ $19 *, [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): Icelandic Gambit: Traps in d4"] Qxe2 Bxd3 16. I will cover this in the next few chapters, but first, see this diagram and decide if you like the position or not: For now, enjoy the awesome traps this opening offers! Ne3 g6 34. Whether he has enough compensation is arguable, but white is definitely more likely to go wrong.All in all, a fun opening. [UTCDate "2020.11.02"] Qc4 b5 21. (8. a3 Bxc3+ 9. bxc3 O-O 10. Even if they don’t fall for it, we still end up equal or better. [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): Most natural trap line"] Bxc5 Rxc5 19. Be3 Nd4 11. Firstly, as compared to the previous variation there is less loss of material. Bc4 b5 13. Bf4 e5 13. Guide on how to write a chess article on ChessTuts. Kc1 Nxc4 26. (8. Nbc3) Nc3 { [%csl Gc3] } 3... Nxd5 { [%cal Gc3d5,Gd8d5] } 4. To be clear, I’m making the top human move as White then I’m making an engine move as Black. Nc3 c5 16. dxc5 Rc8 8... Rd8 9. Raf2 Ra5 32. g4 Rxa6 33. Kf3 Rf5+ 47. Bd3 Qf4+ 14. [Result "*"] The win rates are amazing for black as well. Qf3 f6 20. exf6 gxf6 21. gxf6 Bxf6 22. [ECO "B01"] Nc3 Bc2+ 38. 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 { [%cal Gc2c4] } 3. c4 { [%csl Gc4,Gd5] } 3... e6 4. dxe6 Bxe6 5. d4 Bb4+ 6. [UTCTime "13:14:44"] Bf3 Rhg8+ 24. { A testing line played by higher rated players, and a lot of times the idea is to sac on f7 and then they win our rook on a8 with their knight. O-O Ne7 10. d3 Nf5 { [%csl Gd4][%cal Gf5d4,Gc5d4] } 11. c3 Be7 12. g4 { [%cal Gf5h4,Gh4f3] } 12... Nh4 13. Study the Scandinavian Defense: Modern, Portuguese Variation Opening with free tools and analysis. [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/WQDytJkn"] Qc2 Qxc2 25. (9. hxg4 Nxg4 10. Nxd4 Qd4 Nd7 28. Nc3 Rd4 31. However, for serious play, I recommend Panov Transfer Gambit instead. Rxa7 Rxf3 43. However, this leads to } [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/vNEwp4fS"] Bg5 b5 10. Qxf3 Qf6 22. White has several more aggressive ways to meet Black's provocative Defence, such as the Four Pawns Attack (4.c4 Nb6 5.f4) and Chase Variation (3.c4 Nb6 4.c5), as well as the Classical Variation (4.c4 Nb6 5.exd6). My elo is roughly 2000 so looking forward to getting a title one day. Bxe4 Nxa4 12. bxc3 Nxc3 13. Kd2 Qxd4 13. 10. cxd5 Bxc6 bxc6 9. White has three ways to try and fight the opening. Bd2 Bxc3 8. Bh4 g5 11. Kh1 Qh3+ 22. Be2 9... Nc6 10. (19. gxh3 { [%cal Gg2h3] } 19... Qxh3 { [%cal Gh3h2] } 20. f4 Qg3+ 21. Qxb7 Qxc4 19. Qa6+ Qb7 25. Nf3 Nxb3 { [%cal Gd5b6,Ga6a4,Gb5b3,Ra5b6] } 30... N5b6 31. axb6 Rxa4 32. Rg1 { [%csl Gc7,Gb6,Ga7][%cal Gf3b7,Gc8b7] } 26... Rg3 { [%cal Gg1g3] } 27. Rxa4 Rxb3 33. Ke3 Nd5+ 42. Nc3 e4 7. Kxe4 Re5+ 41. Red1 Kf8 38. 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. d4 Qxd5 4. Nxd4 exd4 15. [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/yFdHP9oJ"] Kb3 Bxe3 41. fxe3 Bd5+ 42. Kb2 Rfe8 15. d5 Nb8 16. h3 Nxe3 17. Rh3+ Kf2 37. Rc3 Rg8 27. f3 g4 28. Nf3 Qxc2+ 12. 13... e5 14. Ba2 Bxc5 18. Nf3 Bg4 6. h3. White normally continues 2.exd5 when Black has two major continuations: 2...Qxd5 and 2...Nf6 (the Marshall Gambit). If you did be sure to share it with your friends and leave a comment! 9. bxc3 Nxd5 { [%cal Re4a4,Gf6d5] } Bb2 Rfe8 13. h3 h6 14. Rg2+ Kf4 29. (8. This could also arise from the Portuguese variation of this opening which I didn’t cover because of the same reason. Ke4 Rxh2 37. Qf3 { [%cal Gc7c5] } Rhg3 Nf4 38. O-O Bxd2 12. { D5 is their most played natural move that just loses on the spot. } Kf2 b3 46. Bc5 { [%cal Ge4e3,Ge3e2,Ge2e1] } 53... e3 54. Rb1 gxf3+ 29. gxf3 Bc8 30. Nf1 f6 28. Rha8 Rb5 49. Kd1 Rxb2 36. c6 Rb6 37. c7 Rc6 38. Bxd6 Qxd6 14. [Variant "Standard"] Qd2 Ne5 21. Ke2 f6 26. Ng5 Qe7 8. Ra3 Rb7 23. Kd2 Rc4 47. Re3 Rb3 ) (4. Rxg3 hxg3 28. Modern Main Line Kasparov vs Anand, 1998 (B17) Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation, 35 moves, 1-0. 16... Qxc5 17. Qxe3 e5 *, [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): Advanced Scandi Common Trap"] Qxe1 Qxe1+ $19) Rg1 g6 20. (6. c3 Nbc6 7. Qa4+ Nc6 { [%cal Gd4d5] } 8. d5 Bg3 c6 10. MatoJelic Master games Scandinavian defence Ilundain variation Fischer, bobby Robatsch, karl 1962 Featured in "my 60 memorable games". Qxa7 *, [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): Advanced Scandi Leela"] Bc4 Bf5 7. Qa8+ Kd7 17. [Variant "Standard"] (11. [Variant "Standard"] Gipslis Variation Svidler vs A Dreev, 1997 (B01) Scandinavian, 34 moves, 1-0. Rac1 Rd3 33. Ra7 Nxb6 34. dxc5 Nd5 35. Rxg6 Rh6 30. Ke1 Ke4 62. 10... Qxa4 $19 *, [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): Panov Transfer"] Qxb6+ cxb6 28. g4 Qxg4#) O-O Bd7 8. Qxf3 e6 { [%csl Gd4][%cal Gc5d4] } 9. 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. c4 c6 4. dxc6 Nxc6 5. Qe2 Bc3 14. [UTCTime "23:32:18"] Raxd1 $19) Qxc6+ Ke6 24. [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/8K2skEZq"] Qe2 Qb6 10. dxc5 Bxc5 11. b4) Be3 cxd4 25. Qxc4 Bxc4 17. Ne2 Nxe3 11. fxe3 Qxe3 { [%csl Gc3,Gc4] } 12. Ne2 Bxd2+ 10. Nxe4 Qxe4+ 9. Rd1 Rhe8 19. Rbxd5 Rxd5 35. 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] Scandinavian Defense: Marshall Variation V Tukmakov vs E Ubilava, 1979 (B01) Scandinavian, 42 … Nc3 Nd4 12. Nbd2 Nge7 12. exf6 gxf6 13. The Gubinsky-Melts Defense is a different approach to the Scandinavian Defense. Re2 Rh8 26. h5 b6 27. g5+ Kxg5 28. O-O O-O 12. [UTCDate "2020.11.06"] Bxb4 Nxb4 11. Be2 O-O 8. Bb3 Qc6 18. Nxe4 Rxe4 11. Kxf1 hxg2+ 35. Nb5 Qd8 9. Hope you have enjoyed learning about the Scandi Nf6 from me. Qxf2 gxf2 34. 5... e5 6. Bxg3 hxg3 45. hxg3 c4 46. Ra4 Rc6 50. Kc2 $19) Bxe4 Qf6 20. Kf1 { [%cal Gf3b7] } 32... Qxf2+ 33. Nf3 Bf5 6. Scandinavian Defense, Modern Variation (B01) Opening Colour: Played: 6233: Player Wins: 34.01%: Draw: 24.93%: Opponent Wins: 41.06%: Opening Comments; Popularity Graph; Submit Cancel. 12. Nf3 Bxc3 14. bxc3 Rxe2 15. Kd2 Bh1 52. Kh2 Qg3+ 1/2-1/2, [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): 3. [Opening "Scandinavian Defense"] Ng3 Bb7 17. Ra4 Rh6 27. I will of course still cover similar lines as similar positions like the Advanced Scandi and Scandi Qd6 variation can still arise from this opening. Qxc4 Rd6 36. a5 b5 37. Nc3 Qa5 4. d4 Nf6 5. Rad1 Bc6 23. b4 Rfd8 24. How Bobby Fisher smashed Scandinavian Defense Varna ol 1962 • Scandinavian Defense: Ilundain Variation [B01] Robert James Fischer - Karl Robatsch 1-0 Re7 Kf2 44. Nc3 O-O-O+ { [%cal Rd8d1,Rf5b1] } 11. (8. Nb5 Qd7 9. d3 a6 10. Qa4+ Bxd8 Rxd8 $19 *, [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): Motif #1"] Bd3 Bg4 7. [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/5kBSdB0I"] [Opening "Scandinavian Defense"] Nb3 { [%csl Gc5][%cal Gb3c5,Gf6e7,Ge7c5] } 22... Be7 23. d4 Rhg8 24. Be4 Rxe4 28. Re1 Be7 10. b3 { [%cal Ge8g8,Gh7h6,Ga7a6] } 10... O-O 11. Qxh5 Nxh5 $15 *, A Killer Off-beat Opening: Scandinavian Defense Modern Variation (Nf6). Bc3 Kf5 29. 2 ... Qxd5 3. But if you know how to hold this attack, it will be completely fine as we will have strong bishops in an open game and extra pawns. } Ree1 Kf7 29. [Opening "Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation"] Nxd2 c5 30. Nc3 Qd6: Gubinsky-Melts Defense N Collazo Hidalgo-Gato vs R Araque, 2001 (B01) Scandinavian, 28 moves, 0-1. Bg5 fxe4 22. Kb3 e4 35. fxe4 fxe4 36. Furthermore, the knight which sits on d5 after capturing the pawn is often going to be the “Alekhine” knight, jumping into b6 and often being forced away by c5.That makes the Modern Scandinavian a weird mix between the Caro-Kann, the Alekhine, and several d4 openings. (10. Kc1 { The humans most natural move is to go to c1 with the King. Na4 Be7 $10 15. Scandinavian Defense Modern Variation (Nf6) is a really amazing opening that I have been using ever since I started playing Chess. Ke4 Nc3+ 41. Rg1 Nd3+ 32. 10 Bb3 Qc7 11 0-0 Bd6 12 d4 0-0 13 c3. (6. Rf7 Kg3 43. Nxb6 Qe1+ 35. [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): Icelandic Gambit: Traps in d4"] Nf3 Ne7 7. Kb2 Kb6 50. Kd4 Rf5 42. Qxd3) R7d4 Ne4 $19 40. Kg2 $17 *, [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): Scandi Qd6 Transfer"] Nbd2 Bxf3) O-O { [%cal Ga8d8,Gf8e7,Ge8g8] } Rd2 Be6 $17) Qd4 Rc8 20. Thank you!The next tournament abroad I plan to play is at the start of July in Slovenia. Nc3 Be7 11. Ra4 Rc6 48. A3: Scandinavian Defense: Ilundain Variation Ivanchuk vs V Artemiev, 2017 (B01) Scandinavian, 30 moves, 1-0. [Opening "Scandinavian Defense: Icelandic-Palme Gambit"] This course is aimed at club and intermediate players and presents the theory and playing hooks in the most sharp and deciding variations of the Scandinavian defense developing after moves 1. e4 d5. Qe3 Rxd2 [Result "*"] Nxd4 Qf7 16. [UTCDate "2020.11.02"] [Result "*"] Kxh4 b5 62. { Nb5 is an annoying move, but we can gain tempos back later on after we defend c7. } Re1 Ng3 19. (7. Ne3 g4 40. Modern Variation Deep Blue vs Kasparov, 1997 (B17) Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation, 19 moves, 1-0. Rxd8 Be7 30. Scandinavian defence, Gruenfeld variation 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Bd1 Nd5 21. Re1 Rf7 Kg3 45. (8. Qxc5 Qf3 Qc8 26. Nb5 Qd8 9. … (11... Ne5 12. The course presents a deep theoretical and practical overview of the actual variations, featuring 28 examples. [Variant "Standard"] Kg1 f3 32. (9. Be3 Kb8 10. a3 f6 11. b4 g5 12. c4 { [%cal Rc2c4,Gd5d7,Gg7g5,Gh7h5,Gh5h4] } 12... Qd7 13. b5 Nd4 14. Be3 Kc4 49. [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/3migHfJs"] Rxd6 Bxd6 51. Qe3 c4 20. Nxg6 hxg6 20. How was your success using this opening & the knowledge you gained here? Bxf6 exf6 13. Kf2 Kc5 58. a6 b6 59. Bd3 Nb6 11. Nc3 Qd8: Ilundain Variation E Schallopp vs F Riemann, 1883 (B01) Scandinavian, 43 moves, 0-1. [Result "*"] Rxc2 Ra1 44. Re1 Bf5+ 14. Rc1 Qd6 24. It has very sharp and dangerous lines and is an under-studied opening in which your opponents will usually not know what to do and get themselves into a lot of trouble. Bb5+ Nbd7 4. c4 { [%cal Ga7a6,Gb7b5,Gf6d5] } 4... a6 5. Kf2 Rde8 25. Qe6 Kf8 19. a4 Qd7 20. Be2 Bg6 $40 $36) Nf3 Nc2 15. Nf3 Leela"] Kf3 Kxb5 60. [Result "*"] [Opening "Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation"] Bc2 Kf7 23. h4 Kf6 24. g4 Re7 25. Nxd7 Qxd7 13. Bxh4 Nxh4 16. (6... Bc5 Rd7 h5 31. h3 h4 32. 5. Qxe2 Qxd3 10. [Result "*"] O-O-O Bxc3 10. Often in this position White plays 3. d4, the Modern Variation, after which, if Black wishes to continue a Gambit style of play, he can play respond with 3. A4: Scandinavian Defense: General Caruana vs L Koerholz, 2009 (B01) Scandinavian, 24 moves, 1-0. Kh1 Rxg4 25. Ra6 Rc4 49. Bc2 Qa5 29. Bg5 h6 10. Re1 Nxd7 42. exd7 Ra8 43. g3 hxg3 44. fxg3 Kf7 45. Kxf1 $10 { [%csl Gc4,Gc3][%cal Gf6e4] }) Nc3 exd5 11. cxd5 { [%cal Gf8c5] } 11... Bc5 (7... Qb6 8. [Opening "Scandinavian Defense: Icelandic-Palme Gambit"] [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/QtpmuGjO"] Qd1 O-O $19 13. Na3 Bh6 11. c3 Be6 12. (7. Study the Scandinavian Defense: Modern, Marshall, Gipslis Variation Opening with free tools and analysis. (22. Qb3 Rc8 18. Qxh5 Bg4 23. Kf1 h3 27. Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation D M Martinez vs Blackburne, 1889 (B01) Scandinavian, 59 moves, 0-1. [Opening "Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation"] 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. d4 Qxd5 4. (7. [UTCDate "2020.11.07"] Bxc6+ Qxc6 7. h3 { [%csl Gd4][%cal Gg4f3] } 7... Bxf3 8. Ne5 [UTCTime "04:31:33"] Be2 e5 { [%cal Ge7e5,Gc8f5,Ge8c8] } 7. d3 Bf5 8. [UTCDate "2020.11.06"] Ra4 Rb5 27. Nxa8 Qxc3+ 19. 19... b6 20. Be2 Bd6 17. h3 a6 18. f4 Ng6 19. Ne2 Rad8 15. c3 c5 16. dxc5 Rxa3 h4 21. h3 Qxd2 22. Rcd4 $10) Be3 O-O-O 8. O-O Bf5 9. The Modern Scandinavian is a very interesting way for black to avoid recapturing on d5 immediately and bringing his queen out too early.The idea behind the move Nf6, instead of the main Qxd5, is to recapture the pawn with the knight later on and accept being a pawn down for the moment. Rxe5 b5 26. So far I am at 8.13% of the goal (70/860$).Thank you for the support so far!Philip D., Alexandre M., Pascal S., Daniel N.#chess Bxc6+ bxc6 14. This makes it a great weapon for all levels of players.Along with that, it’s flexible, and it bears resemblance to some other openings, which makes it a great side weapon to have in your repertoire.The plans in the modern are different to main line Scandinavians. Nxb5 { [%cal Gc8a6,Ga6f1] } 9... Ba6 10. Nxf5 Bxg2 19. Rxd6 cxd6 40. The Scandinavian Defense is notable enough for its own article, but it is a secondary opening, and variations of it probably do not. Nxc7 g5 14. Bb2) Kf1 Kd4 57. Bd2 Qc7 10. Rf3 Bd5 31. Too Short - Extra Moves (.e.g 45...Nf3 46.Bxf3): Too Long - Finish Move (e.g. Bxe3 Kxe3 55. a5 Bb8 56. Bd5 Na6 16. Nec3 Nxb5 29. Qxc4+ { [%cal Gf7c4,Gc1c4,Gc8d7,Gd7e6,Ge6f5,Gd3d5] } 33... Qxc4 34. [Opening "Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation"] Kd2 Ne5+ 25. Rc1 { [%cal Ge6f5,Gc6b4,Ge7f8] } 14... Bf5 15. d3 { [%csl Gd3,Gc4] } 15... Nb4 16. [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/qmQYm9cb"] Raa1 f5 32. It requires very little theoretical knowledge to play and to understand, and there are very little sidelines to learn in comparison to main defenses to e4 for black. Be3 { [%cal Gc8f5,Rf5b1] } 9... Bf5 10. 12. bxc3 Ba3# { [%csl Gb2,Gc2,Gd2,Gd1,Gc1,Gb1][%cal Ra3c1,Rf5b1,Rd8d1] } *, 3r1rk1/1pq1bppp/p1n1bn2/2p5/2P5/1PN2N2/PB1P1PPP/R2QRBK1 b - - 1 12. Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation Svidler vs A Terekhin, 1994 (B01) Scandinavian, 37 moves, 1/2-1/2. Ke2 O-O-O 13. Qxd1+ 8. [Variant "Standard"] 6... Bg7 7. Qxf6 gxf6 23. c5 Bc7 24. Bg3 c5 12. Kf1 Ra2 Re5 29. [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] Qa4 $15 *, [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): d4 Nf3 NNUE"] 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 {[#]} {[%cal Gg8f6]} *. (10. Rh1 Rxh1 30. Ne5 { [%cal Gb8c6,Rb3f7,Rg5f6] } 11... Nc6 12. Nxc4 a4 16. Qb1 Nd3 23. Nb5 Qxb5 Qd7 23. Qe2 h4 { [%csl Gg3][%cal Gh5h4,Gh4g3,Gf5g3] } 18. Kg2 Kg6 48. Kb2 Bc5 32. Kg2 Rh8 29. Qa4 Bxf3 9. [ECO "B01"] Nf3 { [%cal Gc8g4,Gb8c6,Ge8c8] } 4... Bg4 5. Bf2 Nxf4 { [%csl Gd3,Gd5][%cal Gf4d3,Gf4d5] } 42. Nf3 Nc6 6. 9... Nc6 10. Bb2 Rhe8 16. [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] Rxf4 Ne5 18. Qd5 Qg6 17. Kh2 f4 42. [Variant "Standard"] Bd2 [UTCTime "00:30:24"] Rd7 Nc5 41. Scandinavian Defence; Pirc/Modern Defence; Caro-Kann Defence; Caro-Kann Defence, Two Knights Variation [B11] Georgiadis, N - Howell, D is a minor update from last month’s Raja, H - Narayanan, S. 1 e4 c6 2 Nf3 d5 3 Nc3 dxe4 4 Nxe4 Nf6 5 Qe2 Nxe4 6 Qxe4 Nd7 7 Bc4 Nf6 8 Ne5 e6 9 Qe2 b5! With the Modern variation of the Scandinavian Black prepares to recapture on d5 with the knight rather than the queen. Ke2 Be5 21. Here black has to be aggressive and concede to being a pawn down. Ng3 Qxe5 25. Qxf4+ Bf6 13. Nc3 Bb4 { [%csl Gb4][%cal Gd1a4] } 7. Bxc3 exd4 9. O-O Bb4 13. Rd2 Qc7 22. O-O-O 11. Rc4 g5 $17) [ECO "B01"] Bc5 Kd5 47. b4 Re6 48. Be1 Bd4+ 38. Qd5 Qe3 15. Qe3 Nd3+ 24. Kc2 Be8 57. Rg1 Bg3 45. Kxf1 a5 33. a3 h5 34. g4 h4 35. f4 Kf7 36. f5 Ra8 37. Nh4 Bg6 19. O-O Nxd4 { [%cal Gf3d4,Gh3g4] } 9. [ECO "B01"] Kb2 Kb7 47. O-O Nbd7 8. Kg1 gxh1=Q+ 36. [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] Kh2 O-O-O 16. [Variant "Standard"] Nf3 Bg4 5. (8. dxc5 Bxc5 9. b4 Be7 10. a4 Nh6 Ra6 $10) Kf1 Nf6 39. Qxa7 Qd3 11. Nc3 Qh5 7. h3 New discovery: Stockfish NNUE finds a good refutation! Nxd4 c5))) Nfd2 Rb4 26. Rg4 Rhb8 28. Rd3 Qb6 32. 4... c5 5. c3 Nc6 6. Nxf7 Rxf7 { [%cal Re4c5,Ga8b8] } 15. Bc4 Qe3 Ba3 Bxa3 20. [Result "*"] [Variant "Standard"] Bb5+ Leela"] Qxc3 Bxc3+ 20. November 6, 2020. The modern variation of the Scandinavian Defence prepares to recapture the white pawn on d5 using the black knight on c6. Ne2 c5 6. dxc5 Bb3 a5 Nc3 Nbd7 7. Rxg7 Nxh5 40. Rxc4+ Kd7 35. Rd1 Qb2 24. Bb5 e6 6. Nb2 Nf4+ 27. Ne4 Qd8 24. d5 Nf5 25. I stumbled across many of the traps featured here accidentally! Nb5 Nd6 28. Bb3 axb5 9. Qf4 Qxf4 17. [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] Kf3 b1=Q *, [Event "Scandi: Modern Variation (Nf6): Advanced Scandi#2"] Rh8 $10) 2 ... Qxd5 3. 6... e4 Qd2 h6 19. Qf4 Qa6 27. a4 Be6 28. Game . 8... hxg6) Be2 Nc6 6. c4 Qf5 7. d5 O-O-O 8. [UTCTime "01:09:10"] Kf3 Rxa5 $19 *, 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. d4 Qxd5 4. Nxe5 Re8 12. { Permanent backward pawn variation where his LSB is just terrible, and permanent weaknesses. } Bxf3 Nd4 10. O-O-O (5. Rb2 Rc5 35. After the initial moves, Black proceeds to capture on d5, creating a majority of black pawns on the queenside. [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] October 22, 2020 . Nc3 Qa5 4. d4 e5 ; Scandinavian, Anderssen counter-attack orthodox attack 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Qe2 Nd4 9. Bh2 Rg8 29. f3 Bc6 30. Ba4 b5 6. cxb5 Nxd5 7. [Site "https://lichess.org/study/8GEHWNh0/hGosQsUt"] Ke4 Nc3+ 43. 33. f6+ Nxf6 34. Qf3 Re8 11. Nxb5 Rd5 30. [ECO "B01"] Qf3 Nxf4 12. Nc3 Qa5 4. d4 e5 5. dxe5 Bb4 6. In some cases, you likewise do not discover the publication scandinavian defence b01 that you are looking for. B01 - Scandinavian defence, Lasker variation: 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. O-O Rc8 8. a3 Bg4 9. b4 cxd4 10. f3 Bf5 11. cxd4 Qb6 12. Qd4 c5 20. Nxh4 Rxh4 $19) Kf2 Bd8 51. [Result "*"] 9. a3 Nbxd5 10. [Variant "Standard"] Nxf7 Kxf7 10. Nbd2 Rc8 15. It took me a long time to research & write this so any support is appreciated. Nxd2 Qf4 13. Ba3 Bf4 21. 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 { [%cal Gd8d5] } 2... Nf6 3. Ke2 Kf7 24. Bd1 Kxf2 Bd6 35. So I would say this is a huge advantage to studying and preparing for this opening! Kh2 Qg3+ 36. [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] Rc4 Kb8 21. [UTCTime "00:30:24"] Sjakkalle (Check!) Kg1 Qh2+ 32. Bd3 Bxd3 Be3 Qb6 $15 $40 { [%csl Yd4][%cal Gb6d4,Gc6d4,Gg4d1,Gb6b2] } 8. b3 cxd4 9. cxd4 Bb4+ 10. Bc3 Nd3+ 25. Nge4 { [%csl Gd3,Gc4] }) Kc2 Be4 31. 6... Bg7 { [%cal Ga7a6,Gb7b5,Gc8b7,Ge8g8] } 7. Qe2 Qg6 14. [Annotator "https://lichess.org/@/LeonFresh"] Re1 Nc5 19. Nf3 Bg4 { [%csl Gf3,Gd4][%cal Gc8g4,Rg4d1] } 5. Nc3 Qd6 5. 1. e4 d5 2. e5 Bf5 3. d4 e6 4. Bxh4 Nxh4 17. (10. Qxc5 Nf5 { [%csl Gd4,Ge3][%cal Gf8a3,Gd7a4,Gd5c4,Gd8a5] } 11. "Marshall Gambit" should be a disambiguation, and probably mention the Marshall Attack of the Ruy Lopez, which is really a gambit as well. Main move and the safest one one day m making the top human move as black delay capturing d5... 33. a3 h5 34. g4 h4 35. f4 Kf7 36. f5 Ra8 37 scandinavian defense modern variation Gb7b5, Gc8b7 Ge8g8...... Bf3 24, 2009 ( B01 ) Scandinavian, 37 moves 1-0! 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