We will continue our study of the Deferred Steinitz. In the last post we have reviewed Black's 5th move alternative (Variation C1: 5...f5) in the Deferred Steinitz. Today we will study Variation C2: 5...Bd7. This variation will include two sub-variation based on Black's 6th move alternatives and we will study both of them one by one.
So let's start with Variation C21: 6...Nge7:
Now let's move on to Variation C22: 6...g6:
So, interesting isn't it?
This concludes our study on Deferred Steinitz, Norwegian and the Delayed Schliemann.
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From the next post, we will start another chapter on the Ruy Lopez, the Moller and Arkhangelsk Variations. It will be a pretty long discussion which we will divide into several parts for your convenience.
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