White works up a sharp full-scale assault using the London 2.Bf4 Playbook. Alexandr Trjapishko won with a kingside attack against Artemiy Danchenko. White kept his king safe behind a closed center. Black doubled White's g-pawns, but this opened up the h1 rook's influence from its original square. White reached an ideal attacking position.
Trjapishko (2531) - Danchenko (1836), Vladimir Dvorkovich Cup Taganrog RUS (1.10), 15.01.2018 begins 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 Nf6 3.e3 c5 4.c3 e6 5.Nd2 Nc6 6.Ngf3 Bd6 7.Bg3 0-0 8.Bb5 a6 9.Bxc6 bxc6 10.Qa4 Bxg3 11.hxg3 Qb6 12.Qc2 h6 13.Ne5 a5 14.g4 Re8 15.Nb3 c4? [Black slams the door on his own prospects. White gets a dominate position. Chances on the board would have been equal after 15...cxd4= but White has better chances due to the rating difference.] 16.Nc5 Qc7 17.f4 Nd7 [17...Ne4 18.Nxe4 dxe4 19.g5+-] 18.Ncxd7 Bxd7 19.g5
London 2.Bf4 Playbook: Easy way to begin.
London 2.Bf4 Tactics: Ways to win quickly.
Sets: Chess Games 1.e4 Series and Chess Games 1.d4 Series
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