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Wg2+-] 38 ... g 4!? [21 ... 1Zld4 l:teB-+ t:,. -tfB] 24 ... c3) 32 ... c5+] 26 ... •• Survey S/ 33. ile2 0-0 I have been tempted to include the Accelerated Dragon in my black repertoire more than once. d4 (Benoni or Volga Gambit). There is only one prob lem: it is really difficult to get ac tive play in the Maroczy System and Black should be prepared to endure long drawn out torture against a strong opponent. One of the typical counter-attack- STATISTICS ing moves is t7-f5. Usually this is carried out after the knight ma noeuvre tt:lf6-d7-c5, but this is rather time-consuming, so White has time to prepare for it.
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