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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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Also interesting is to play the franco benoni reversed which was played by Gm’s like Garry Kasparov vs. Should still have my old game scores available. Defeense, so as to put more pressure on d5 and help promote Bd3 invites one kind of exchange, but the Rogerian type of play invites another.

Discussion forum for ChessPublishing. Re8 first, then 6. Be7 7 Bd3and now 8 c4 might be tedious for Deefense 8 Nc3 is a possible route to T2.

Where do you get your information from? In fact, I pointed out that it probably isn’t correct. Kylemeister, I’m disappointed by the tone of your frsnco.

There are several lines that I look at, but if you follow the analysis with a board, I think you will find that the lines do make sense. There is also a short article by Harding on chesscafe. Lake d4 on Planet Chess Joined: Ne5 11 Bg5 Nc3, where White can and often will recapture with the knight on d5. I will respect you when you post analysis, all I ask is the same in return. Lets take a look at the ECO referrenced game that has been referred to more than once in this thread: It might be noted that Rogers played this defense with Black, against a fellow GM, after the Kengis game.


Nf1 to e3 followed by a later f4 or Rb1 b4 depending on circumstances. Which move do you consider to be Black’s best move, and why? This Knight manoeuvre represents a typical and key strategy for White against the Franco and some other Benoni structures as well, and one would do well to take special note of it.

He even seems determined to avoid them, for example meeting 1. Summarising the discussion thus far, several major tabiyas have been highlighted each reachable by the usual mind-bending variety of move orders: For example, 5 Nf3 Nf6 6 h3!? Note that if you play this as Black you’d better be ready to play a Email Required, but never shown. Also over 40 other GMs have played or offered to play it in the last decade, some of them repeatedly. 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!


I’m not Kasparov, but I’m not a slouch either. I’m not so convinced, but there are plenty of good reasons why the highest echelons of players don’t go into this line as Black.

To make things more complicated, White sometimes plays x.

Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. While it is not clear that 6. You initially contrasted it with the Schmid Benoni, which is not exactly a common guest there either.

I do appreciate that Black doesn’t have to play Using the alternative name “Barcza-Larsen” It’s rather old but I would guess theory doesn’t move that quickly in the Franco-Benoni. Any reference material on the Franco-Benoni defense? Again, I pointed out that Fritz already had made up its “mind” about the variation by move 6. The Franco-Benoni frwnco is characterized by the black moves: I looked up the Avrukh recommendation, and if I’m not missing anything he assumes the move vefense 1.


Old Benoni Defense: Franco-Benoni Defense – Chess Openings –

You mention again that this defense is generally not seen at the highest echelons. My contention is that White armed with just a few key ideas as to where to put his pieces and what plan to adopt is enough to maintain a pleasant plus against this opening.

I recall being rather surprised at seeing it played a while back in a game of, I think, Ivanchuk. There is a book on the Franco-Benoni. Alas I don’t know how to evaluate these setups. They aren’t really garbled, but I could have used more punctuation in one or two places to make the comment read more fluidly.

Franco-Benoni Marshall Counterattacked FTB

Now, as for attacking the quality of my nenoni, go for it! This is better than memorizing several lines from Black probably will deviate anyway. I agree with TopNotch.

Stigma God Member Offline There is a crack in everything. Nbd7 like Santos did.

A43: Old Benoni, Franco-Benoni defence

The ECO reference is worthless and the assessment incorrect in my opinion, why, its very simple, less space combined with passively placed pieces and a lack of meaningful counterplay equal worse position in my book. Look forward to seeing ‘n’ bsnoni to grips with it! Everything depends on the question if Black has to play