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    Stonewall Dutch. Attack (2). Sanchez Jimenez,J - Tofe Mata,A [C44]. Zaragoza op-C Zaragoza (1), 1.e4 e5 2. White has a strong attacking idea. In part 1 of my 4 part Stonewall Attack Beginner Series, I will explain the classic Stonewall structure and plan. ner chess player really only needs to have three basic opening systems on hand: The Stonewall Attack is a powerful opening system by White that puts.

    As he writes: "With no time to study chess and even less time to remember my old theory , it was time for me to start thinking practically about how to survive at the board. No mean feat. The main advantage of all opening systems is that it's easy to figure out what to do in the opening stages, especially since each piece has a preferred square. In the Stonewall as White, you generally want to play pawns to d4, e3, f4, and c3 and place your pieces into the logical places around that structure: Bd3, Nbd2, O-O, and Nf3 followed typically by Ne5 , with various plans for the other pieces depending on your opponent's choices. The dark squared Bishop or light squared Bishop for Black is often a problem, but it can find play either by Bd2-e1-h4 or by b3 with either Bb2 or Ba3 to follow. Pretty much the same set-up is possible from the Black side. Of course, you cannot play these moves on auto-pilot and you need to be aware of various replies that will dictate a different course of action. But it is pretty straight-forward in the early stages. It's also relatively easy to learn the standard middle-game plans that result from the pawn structure, so you will never be completely adrift in the strategic positions that result. There are other potentially universal systems, of course, but the Stonewall is very attractive by comparison. The Stonewall may not be as dynamic as its Polar cousin, but it seems a little more solid and has a few other potential advantages for those who want to limit their theory intake.

    Hello Mike, thanks for your comment and links.

    That's great material perhaps even better than Soltis' own book on the subject and I do recommend it to every chess player interested on the subject.

    Thursday, September 1, Old A lot of chess players are looking for a repertoire to play as White. This opening system should be easy to learn and with a low level of maintenance.

    If this is the case, you should consider the possibily to download Soltis' book "The Stonewall Attack". The system consists of playing 1. This is what Soltis writes on pages 8 and 9 of his book.

    In order to show you that from the Stonewall Attack can arise exciting games, here you can see a nice game played by Gerard Welling before the publication of Soltis' book: Posted by DR at 3: Chess Books , Games , Old Farbror the Guru September 1, at 7: Anonymous September 3, at 7: Michael Goeller September 4, at 5: See below.

    See above.

    White intends to move his queenside bishop to h4. He has played Bd2, after that follows Be1 and then Bh4 when he has time to do so.

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    This is his plan. I suggest you play Be1 and after that develop your knight first and play Nbd2 to control e4. You can move your bishop to h4 later on.

    The Stonewall Attack by Andrew Soltis

    There is no hurry because the position is closed, so you have plenty of time to prepare things. The position is closed and blocked so this favors knights and you can trade your queenside bishop for a knight without regret. However, it is also possible to play Nbd2 early before the bishop moves out, but then the bishop stays at c1 for a long time and it is difficult to get it out later. Watch the video below.