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Finally Black's QKt is unfavourably placed, obstructing as it does the QBP and preventing its falling into line with its fellows.  For if in that case Black exchanges the Knights, he only furthers White's development without doing anything towards strengthening his Q4.  and Kt−Kt5, rids himself of Black's QB, and thereby weakens Black's QP still more.  26.  15).  Lasker−Tarrasch, Petrograd, 1914).  Q−B2 or PxP.  P−K4, but relinquishes all claim on his K4 and takes possession of his Q4 instead, leaving White the option of interlocking the pawns in the centre with P−K5.

To avoid this drawback Rubinstein has evolved the following variation, in which provision is made from the first for the freedom of action of the Queen's Bishop: 3. 4.  THE OPENING 38 Chess Strategy 5. 6. KtxP Kt−KB3 QKt−Q2 B−K2 followed by P−QKt3 and B−Kt2.  Here the process of development may be: 3. 4.  and paralyse the whole of Black's game by preventing his playing the King's Pawn. 5. 6. QxB P−K3 Kt−K2 or KR3 Through this the move P−KB4, which fits into this pawn formation, is kept in reserve.

4.  and paralyse the whole of Black's game by preventing his playing the King's Pawn. 5. 6. QxB P−K3 Kt−K2 or KR3 Through this the move P−KB4, which fits into this pawn formation, is kept in reserve.  Only Black can hardly attack White's centre with P−B3, since the Pawn at K3 would be weak in the absence of the Queen's Bishop.  A certain compensation lies in the fact that White's attacking King's Bishop has been exchanged. In practical play it has nevertheless been shown that White's attack is more likely to succeed, and for this reason a variation introduced by Niemzowitsch has been tried several times; it aims at the exchange of Queens in order to weaken and retard White's threatened attack, and to gain time for Queen's side operations.

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