ReViewing Chess: Queens Gambit, Albin Counter-Gambit, Vol. 138.1 (ReViewing Chess: Openings)

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M Praszak vs M Mozny, Here you can see the opening is so rich with tactical ideas for both sides that I would simply favour the player with more tactical aptitude, regardless of what side of the board they're playing. In this game, computers like black after e6 is played by white and it's all downhill from there. Here's another interesting game in that line: Burn vs Schlechter, There's also a line where after g5, white plays f5, and I think it's best to play according to the themes of the opening, which is rapid development, and go with Qe7 in that case, rather than an immediate recapture.

Couldn't find anything in this database with that idea. I guess that's why white wins where f5 is played. Then there's some ideas if black plays f6 instead. Tal vs Springall, Found this gem from Mikhail Tal, pretty much not interested in developing his knight on c1 until he has a plan. I think it's very well played. Black doesn't actually go wrong until move Ng6 and it looks good for black. Playable for both sides it seems. The better player should win. Qe7 as f5 looks like the most dangerous line for Black to me. I don't have an engine, but I can still shuffle pieces around the board.

I think it gives the albin player a taste of his own medicine. No wonder it was the preferred choice of Korchnoi, Spassky and Petrosian. I'm going to back track a bit and suggest something like this is best for black: 1. Nf3 fxe5 7. Nbd2 Qe7 9. Be2 O-O-O Nxd4 Nxd4 O-O h5 You lose that nice pawn on d4, but I think the damage is done at that point. I'd much rather play the black side of that. Nf3 - although it gets really wild as in Markos- Hrubasa Czech I also see 6.

Nd2 Ng4 9.

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Qe2 O-O Kd1 Qe7 Ne5 Nxe5 Bd2 Be6 Ra5 c5 Qe2 d3 Qxd3 Rad8 Kc1 and the madness continues. About Ok so this exf6 line is the one I'll consider most likely to occur in a game. Here's a couple of ways to go about it: Extremely complicated line A 1.

Nd2 9. Nf3 Ng4 Be4 Ne3 Qe2 Bg4 and black has a lot of pressure Extremely complicated line B 1. Qe2 Rxf4 Yes, if you like wild games, complications - this is your baby! It is a monster - I don't know where to begin. At least this week I will look up the line we considered as 'critical' a couple of weeks ago and report back to headquarters. However, this is one of my pet openings, so I'm very curious what you find in this book.

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Unbelievable book! Alas, not much on our 'critical' lines s - considering a page tome. I wanted to talk about another line with you. I believe the real critical line in this opening comes from 1. Supposedly the best way to meet this is Nge7 6.

Nb3 Nf5 The critical part coming here: 7. In fact, it seems the Nge7 line isn't the best way to meet this. Nbd2 Qe7 6.

ReViewing Chess: Queens Gambit, Albin Counter-Gambit, Vol. 138.1 (ReViewing Chess: Openings)

Bg2 d3 9. O-O O-O-O Bb2 h4 Nxh2 Qh4 Ndf3 Qh7 Bg2 Bf6 Qb3 Rdf8 Rfd1 Nce5 Nxf3 Bxb2 Qxb2 Rxf3 Kf1 Ne5 Bg2 Rf8 Rc5 Nxg4 Rxd3 Qg3 Ke1 Qxg2 Kd2 Ng4 Kc3 Nxf2 Rd4 Qg1 Qc1 Qg6 Kb3 Nd3 Ka4 Ne5 Re4 Qd6 Qh2 Rf5 Qc2 Qd6 Ka5 Nf7 Rxf5 Nd6 Ra5 Is Henris does give 5, Nd2 an entire section.

Nbd2 Henris offers in Chapter Bf5, Be6, Bb4, Qe7 and 5. For 5. The treats you can give depend on the bird's species, but small amount of fresh fruit, seeds, or the occasional nut are all good choices. Make careful observations of exactly what you've noticed.

If possible count how many breaths the bird takes a minute, plus take photographs of any abnormal droppings. This is because the bird will not behave the same at the vet clinic as she does at home, so this gives the vet vital information. Sick birds are easily chilled so keep the room warm.

Ideally, locate a vet who specializes in birds and get yours seen as soon as possible. What does it mean when my bird's feathers are all fluffed up? Should I be concerned? No you should not be concerned. All budgies and birds do this when they get tired or sleepy.

Not Helpful 7 Helpful Place a cloth over its cage. This should help calm the bird and make it think that it's evening.

Chess openings: Queen's Gambit Declined, Albin Counter Gambit (D08)

It will go to sleep and stop making noise. Not Helpful 5 Helpful It is important make sure it is comfortable being handled before you handle it a lot. Keep handling it every day for short periods, gradually increasing the time. All training techniques can be used for any bird and what works for one species should work for another.

However, this is not necessarily correct for each individual bird. My quails are not flying at all. What do I do to make them fly more often? Quails are known to be poor fliers. In the wild, most of them tend to stay on the ground. Don't worry about it. Not Helpful 6 Helpful Why does my African grey grind her beak? She appears to do it when she's most happy.

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Is it a sign of being content? Yes, it is a sign of contentment and relaxation. It may also be done to help keep the beak in good condition. Not Helpful 2 Helpful You can try softy petting its beak if it's not violent. Also try feeding it seeds from your hand to create a bond. Don't yell at it or make sudden movements. Not Helpful 4 Helpful Answer this question Flag as Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.

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Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Tips Research the bird species you're interested in getting before you take a bird home. Knowing in advance whether your potential bird is prone to excessive noise may affect your decision when you're picking out your pet at the store.