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Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Revolution Revisited - Part 10

Opening: B19: Caro-Kann

Player(s): Kamsky, Seirawan

The main line of the Caro has undergone a big transformation lately. Gone is the old Karpov defensive formation with the black king castling Q-side. Today's players prefer to castle short, leaving their hands free for active counterplay in the center.

Of course, having your king's castle compromised by the move h7-h6 is daring White to sacrifice and attack. One of the most successful examples of such attacks is analyzed in this video, although in my research I found lost of improvements over Black's play in that game.

Teacher's library (700) B19 Kamsky Seirawan opening

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