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French defence, Tarrasch variation (part 2)

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May 31, 2011

GM Henrik Danielsen shows how the Tarrasch Variation 3.Nd2 can almost always turn into a better pawn structure for white if black makes a small inaccuracy. This move was particularly popular during the late 1970s and early 1980s when Anatoly Karpov used it to great effect. It is still played today by players seeking a small, safe advantage. Thus, the French Tarrasch is one of the main weapons when white plays for two results in club games or matches.

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