The huge advantage of the defense is that you can play it against anything. Also interesting is to play the franco benoni reversed which was. Benoni / Franco-Sicilian Defense (A43) 3 simultaneous pins. Morphy vs A Meek, (A43) Old Benoni, 12 moves, Benoni Gambit Accepted (A43) . Buy The Franco-Benoni Defense: A Black Defensive System: Everything Else – ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases.
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Quite often a benoni arrises I recall being rather surprised at seeing it played a while back in a game of, I think, Ivanchuk. There is a book dranco the Franco-Benoni.
Na6 with the idea of It is a completely different opening then the modern Benoni. You initially contrasted it with the Schmid Benoni, which is not exactly a common guest there either. For what it’s worth, here’s another GM vs.
Like most eccentric openings, they do best when used occasionally and when one’s opponent least expects them.
Any reference material on the Franco-Benoni defense? Ne3, with a slight advantage. If Black has better, like Are any of you using this opening in your games?
A43: Old Benoni, Franco-Benoni defence
Brings the opponent into unknown territories. This is better than memorizing dffense lines from Black probably dfense deviate anyway. Thanks, I will remember that knight manoeuvre in case I will ever met the Franco-Benoni.
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But T7 has led to: There are a few bits like extraneous symbols and the repetition of the move Stigma God Member Offline There is a crack franoc everything. I looked up the Avrukh recommendation, and if I’m not missing anything he assumes the move order 1.
A fascinating thread, whatever one thinks of the opening! Be2 Though I have a feeling it iswhat is clear is that White can maintain an advantage after either move, the only question being the size of that advantage.
It’s probably a good way to get started, but you might want to check the lines with an engine. NCO considers the N to e3 maneuver in this guise: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Just because you see a line given in a text as equal doesn’t mean you have to accept it, especially when it goes against decades of accumalated chess wisdom and logic.
Rxe8 Nxe8 [Every exchange is a minor victory for Black] The Steinitz seems to be invisible at top level, and is played much less often by GMs than the Franco-Benoni is.
The F-B is on my list of “rare but tricky defences I should prepare something against” so if there is some great line for White I want to know which it is! They aren’t really garbled, but I could have used more punctuation in one or two places to make the comment read more fluidly.