The Zaitsev Variation (also called the Flohr–Zaitsev Variation) was advocated by Igor Zaitsev, who was one of Karpov's trainers for many years. 4.Nc3 and 4.d3 are the two most common moves and Black needs to do plenty of homework. The Steinitz Defence (also called the Old Steinitz Defence) (ECO C62), 3...d6, is solid but passive and cramped. Today's consensus is that Black will hold with accurate play in the Berlin Endgame, so players have moved on to the lines with 4.0-0 Nxe4 5.Re1, the modern main line, considered to be White's best try for an opening advantage, and advocated by Fabiano Caruana in his Chessbase Series on the Ruy Lopez opening. After 10.Bc2 c5 11.d4 the classical Black follow up is 11...Qc7, reinforcing e5 and placing the queen on the c-file which may later become open after ...cxd4. Among the analysis Ruy López gives in his treatise is an example of the opening that bears his name. With 9...h6 Black prepares to play 10...Re8 and 11...Bf8 without fear of 10.Ng5. The loss of a tempo with 9...h6 gives White enough time to complete the Nbd2–f1–g3 manoeuver, and the pawn move can also weaken Black's kingside. if anyone has please upload it. Ruy Lopez Trap:3. The Chigorin is divided into four ECO classifications. The company is a Florida Domestic Profit Corporation, which was filed on December 8, 2004. This famous opening enjoys a long and distinguished history and is still widely regarded as White's strongest choice after 1 e4 e5. The pin temporarily prevents White from playing d2–d4. Arthur Bisguier played the Berlin for decades, but always chose the variation 4.0-0 Nxe4. [46] Bird's Defence was later used a few times in tournament play by Siegbert Tarrasch, Boris Spassky, and Alexander Khalifman. Re: Opening Repertoire: The Ruy Lopez . Bird played it as Black at least 25 times, scoring +9 =3 −13 (nine wins, three draws, thirteen losses). 8...exd4 occurred in Loewenthal–Morphy, London 1859,[14] which seems to be the first time this variation was ever played. Black will kick the bishop with 17...h6. The main line continues with 5...exd4 (5... Nxe4 6.0-0 transposes to the Open Defence) 6.0-0 (6.e5 Ne4 is harmless) Be7 (6...Nxe4 transposes to the Riga Variation of the Open Defence) which leads to the Centre Attack (ECO C84) of the Closed Defence. Karpov's move, 9.Nbd2, limits Black's options. C74–C76 all begin with 5.c3. The Breyer Variation did not become popular until the 1960s when it was adopted by Boris Spassky and others. Confusingly 9...Nd7 is also called the Chigorin Variation so there are two variations of the Ruy Lopez with that name, but 9...Na5 is the move more commonly associated with Chigorin. Artur Yusupov is one of the few grandmasters who has adopted the Dilworth repeatedly.[21][22][23]. Notable games are Fischer–Portisch,[10] and Fischer–Gligoric,[11] both played at the 17th Chess Olympiad in Havana 1966. Created with Sketch. White's 3.Bb5 is still a good move; it develops a piece, prepares castling, and sets up a potential pin against Black's king. This defence shares some similarities with the Modern Steinitz and Russian Defences as Black avoids the ...b5 advance that weakens the queenside. The delayed exchange 5.Bxc6+ bxc6 6.d4 is C73. Nxe5 Nxe5 11. Kxf7 7.Nxe5+, which drives the black king out, has been played. In C97, White proceeds from the diagram with 12.a4, 12.d5, 12.b4, or the main line 12.Nbd2 when Black responds with ...Be6, ...Rd8, ...Re8, ...Bb7 or ...Bd7. In the Ruy Lopez White usually wants to play with c3 and d4 to claim the center. One drawback of this line if Black is playing for a win is that White can force Black to choose a different defence or allow a draw by repetition of position with 11.Ng5 Rf8 12.Nf3. The main line continues 10.d4 Nbd7 11.Nbd2 Bb7 12.Bc2 Re8 13.Nf1 Bf8. [20] An analysis of the line had just been published in a Russian chess magazine, and Smyslov was able to follow it to quickly obtain a winning position. Ruy López was born in Zafra near Badajoz, probably of Converso Jewish descent, and he studied and lived in Salamanca. One such game was recorded by Polerio, and was played during the contests between Italians and Spaniards before King Phillip II: 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Bc5 4.c3 Qe7 5.b4 Bb6 6.a4 a6 7.Ba3 d6 8.Qe2 Bg4 9.d3 Nf6 10.Nbd2[14]. The company is a Florida Domestic Profit Corporation, which was filed on February 16, 2011. Max Euwe gives the pure pawn ending in this position (with all pieces except kings removed) as a win for White. The best moves are 4.Nxd4 exd4 5.0-0 Bc5 6.d3 c6 7.Ba4 Ne7. Background Checks. The Arkhangelsk Defence is tactically justified by Black's ability to meet 7.Ng5 with 7...d5 8.exd5 Nd4! It is more probable, however, that López visited Rome only once (in 1559) and that Salvio's chronology is incorrect. [Result "0-1"] [ECO "C89"] 1. e4 e5 2. White may also delay the exchange for a move or two: 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.Bxc6 or 5.0-0 Be7 6.Bxc6 (the Delayed Exchange Deferred), for example; at first glance this seems a waste of time, but Black having played ...Nf6 rules out defending the pawn with ...f6, and the bishop already being on e7 means that ...Bd6 would be a loss of tempo. White's apparent threat to win Black's e-pawn with 4.Bxc6 dxc6 5.Nxe5 is illusory—Black can respond with 5...Qd4, forking the knight and e4-pawn, which will win back the material with a good position. Bb3O-O 8. a4Bb7 9. d3d6 10. Although later named for German lawyer Adolf Karl Wilhelm Schliemann (1817–1872), the line Schliemann actually played in the 1860s was a gambit variation of the Cordel Defence (3...Bc5 4.c3 f5). The years of López' birth and death can be estimated only very approximately; a lifespan of ca. For example, consider the following: For example, consider the following: [Fen ""] 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.O-O Nxe4 6.d4 b5 7.Bb3 d5 8.dxe5 Be6 9.Nbd2 Bc5 . [33][failed verification], This gambit became famous when Frank James Marshall used it as a prepared variation against José Raúl Capablanca in 1918; nevertheless, Capablanca found a way through the complications and won. Re1b5 7. The Classical Defence or Cordel Defence (ECO C64), 3...Bc5, is possibly the oldest defence to the Ruy Lopez, and has been played occasionally by former world champion Boris Spassky and Boris Gulko. The Chigorin Variation has declined in popularity because Black must spend some time bringing his offside knight on a5 back into the game. The Riga Variation, 6...exd4, is considered inferior; the main line runs 7.Re1 d5 8.Nxd4 Bd6! The variation begins 3...a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.0-0 b5 6.Bb3 Bb7. In the 1978 Karpov–Korchnoi World Chess Championship match, following 9.Nbd2 Nc5 10.c3 d4 (10...Be7 is an old move that remains popular) Karpov introduced the surprising 11.Ng5! Please flip the board to black side for the better view. After 6...d6 the e5-pawn is firmly defended and Black threatens to trade off White's Ruy Lopez bishop with 7...b5 and 8...Na5. 9.Nxc6 Bxh2+! Their Zodiac sign is ♑Capricorn.They are considered the most important person in history born with the first name of Ruy. Today, 9.Be3 Be7 10.c3 is often used to transpose into the main line, 9.c3, while obviating the option of the Dilworth. The idea is that the queen will support the e-pawn, leaving the rook free to move to d1 to support the advance of the d-pawn, although there is not always time for this. Nowadays however, this variation is considered too passive,and players prefer to play the Berlin or the Petroff as they seem to equalise more easily. 4...bxc6 is rarely played due to the reply 5.d4 exd4 6.Qxd4 and White is in control of the centre. The Ruy López is known as one of the most common chess game openings, so naturally Beth and Townes would have both been familiar with it. The Ruy Lopez Main Lines, arise (with a few exceptions for move order and such) after 1 e4 e5 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Ba4 Nf6 5 0-0. The last significant use of the Russian Defence was in the 1950s when it was played by some Russian masters. Qf3 Nxf2 16. The resulting position is shown in the diagram. Black seeks counterplay in the centre via 15...c5. Black now threatens to win a pawn with 6...b5 followed by 7...Nxe4, so White must respond. López also gives a number of variations of the King's Gambit, such as: 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e5 Qe7 5.Qe2 Nh5 6.Nc3 c6 7.Ne4[16], The following chess openings bear López's name:[17], sfn error: no target: CITEREFMurray1913 (, sfn error: no target: CITEREFMcGrath_and_Soltis2020 (, sfn error: no target: CITEREFSarratt1813 (, sfn error: no target: CITEREFHudson2011 (, Libro de la invención liberal y Arte del juego del Axedrez, "Memòria de la restauració del Llibre CM-291: "Libro de la invencion liberal y arte del juego del axedrez..." de Ruy López de Segura", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ruy_López_de_Segura&oldid=998938604, Wikipedia articles with PLWABN identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, C23 Bishop's Opening: López Gambit, 1.e4 e5 2.Bc4 Bc5 3.Qe2 Nc6 4.c3 Nf6 5.f4, C20 Open Game: López/Mcleod, Lasa Gambit 1.e4 e5 2.c3 f5, C33 KGA: Bishop's Gambit, Ruy López Defence, 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 3.Bc4 c6, C33 KGA: Bishop's Gambit, López–Gianutio Countergambit 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 3.Bc4 f5, C33 KGA: Bishop's Gambit, López–Gianutio Countergambit, Hein Variation, 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 3.Bc4 f5 4.Qe2 Qh4+ 5.Kd1 fxe4 6.Nc3 Kd8, C60 Spanish (Ruy López), 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5, C41 Philidor: López Countergambit, 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 d6 3.Bc4 f5, C41 Philidor: López Countergambit, Jaenisch Variation 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 d6 3.Bc4 f5 4.d4 exd4 5.Ng5 Nh6 6.Nxh7, "Living before the great rival schools of chess which divided the players of the 18th and early 19th centuries had arisen, López yet belongs essentially to that school of chess which we are accustomed to associate with the name of Philidor. The Norwegian connection was first introduced by Svein Johannessen who played the line from 1957 and later strengthened when Simen Agdestein and some other Norwegian players adopted the variation. Re1 b5 7. The opening is named after the 16th-century Spanish priest Ruy López de Segura, who made a systematic study of this and other openings in the 150-page book on chess Libro del Ajedrez, written in 1561. 6.Nf3 Qxe4+ 7.Qe2 Qxe2+ 8.Kxe2 leaves White with no compensation for Black's bishop pair. [40] White plays 9.d3 intending to later advance to d4 under favourable circumstances. After 4.0-0, Black can play either the solid 4...Nxe4 (the Berlin Main Variation) or the more combative 4...Bc5 (the Berlin Classical Variation). YOU BAD PERSON. The main line leads to unbalanced endgames which are difficult to play for both sides, though with a strong drawing tendency. Nf3Nc6 3. C76 is characterised by the Black kingside fianchetto 5...Bd7 6.d4 g6. López was a native of Segura de León, a town in Extremadura, Spain. The Marshall Attack is a very sharp opening system in which a great amount of theoretical knowledge is vital, and many White players, including Garry Kasparov, avoid it by playing one of the anti-Marshall systems, 8.d4, 8.a4 or 8.h3 instead of 8.c3. Another alternative is playing 4.Bxc6 immediately. If you play d3 instead then you lose a tempo if you still want to go for that plan. Nbd2Nd7 11. c3Nc5 12. axb5axb5 13. The main lines of the Closed Ruy Lopez continue 6.Re1 b5 7.Bb3 d6 8.c3 0-0. [47] The World Champion Magnus Carlsen played it as black in the 2014 Chess Olympiad against Ivan Šarić and lost.[48]. According to J.H. The variation was the choice of many top level players as White has had trouble proving an advantage against it. The Graz Defence, Classical Defence Deferred, and Møller Defence combine 3...a6 with the active move ...Bc5. H.J.R Murray argues, however, that the Masters' criticism of López is unfair and likely stems from his play's resemblance to Philidor's, who was their school's great rival.[2]. Yet to try and refute Black’s play, White may need to part with it in the first few moves. Fabiano Caruana - Navigating the Ruy Lopez - Volume 3 (Digital Download) $33.95. Ruy López de Segura invented the Ruy Lopez chess opening. Chigorin played the Russian Defence in the 1890s, and later it was adopted by Rubinstein and Alekhine. The name derives from White's play if Black captures the knight: 4...Nxe5 5.d4. Re1 Ng4 14. h3 Qh4 15. Although d2–d3–d4 appears to lose a tempo compared to d2–d4, White may be able to omit h3 regaining the tempo, especially if Black plays ...Bb7. Since White's third move carries no immediate threat, however, Black can respond in a wide variety of ways. White normally continues with 7.c3 and after 8...0-0 White can choose between 9.Nbd2 or 9 Re1. A Karpov favourite, the Zaitsev remains one of the most important variations of the Ruy Lopez. Nf3 Nc6 3. 1. e4e5 2. The Arkhangelsk Defence (or Archangel Defence) (ECO C78) was popularized by Soviet players from the city of Arkhangelsk such as GM Vladimir Malaniuk. Qh4 11.Rxe4+! The variation takes its name from the game Capablanca–Bogoljubow, London 1922.[41]. White will try to attack on the kingside via 17.Bg5, moving forces to the kingside. Game Type: Ruy Lopez, Closed Variation. (10.Kxh2 Qh4+ 11.Kg1 Qxf2+ draws by perpetual check.) White can attack either the kingside or the queenside. In the Classical World Chess Championship 2004, challenger Peter Leko used the Marshall to win an important game against World Champion Vladimir Kramnik. During his stay in Rome, López played chess with the locals. This line often leads to sharp positions in which Black wagers that the fianchettoed bishop's influence on the centre and kingside will offset Black's delay in castling. Alessandro Salvio writes that López travelled to Rome again, in 1572. The opening remains the most commonly used amongst the open games in master play; it has been adopted by almost all players during their careers, many of whom have played it with both colours. The logical retreat is 18.Be3, which is met by 18...Nc5. The possibility of breaking the pin with a timely ...b5 gives Black more latitude than in the Old Steinitz Defence; in particular, in the Old Steinitz, White can practically force Black to give up the stronghold at e5, but in the Modern Steinitz, Black is able to maintain control of the centre. In this book, the companion volume to his acclaimed bestseller Bologan s Black Weapons in the Open Games, Victor Bologan presents a cutting-edge repertoire for Black based on the favourite lines of Magnus Carlsen and Levon Aronian. The flexible 5.0-0 is sometimes called the Barendregt Variation, but it was Fischer who developed it into a serious weapon in the 1960s. This can enable Black to avoid some lines in the Steinitz Defence Deferred in which White castles queenside although the position of the knight on f6 also precludes Black from supporting the centre with ...f7–f6. [7] Black gains good compensation, however, in the form of the bishop pair, and the variation is not considered White's most ambitious, though former world champions Emanuel Lasker and Bobby Fischer employed it with success. Reshevsky had not seen the analysis and he struggled in vain to solve the position over the board with his chess clock running. [8][9] The second part focuses on openings and is López' legacy as "the father of opening theory. [11] Other authors have given varying opinions about the quality of López' analysis. Ponziani described López as unfruitful, unmethodical, and having made little advance on Damiano. The Smyslov Defence, Fianchetto Defence, Barnes Defence, or Pillsbury Defence (part of ECO C60), 3...g6, is a quiet positional system played occasionally by Vasily Smyslov and Boris Spassky, becoming popular in the 1980s when it was shown that 4.c3 a6! [1] He also was the strongest player in Spain, and possibly Italy, for about twenty years. By far the most commonly played third move for Black is the Morphy Defence, 3...a6, which "puts the question" to the white bishop. More recently, Sergei Tiviakov has played it, as has Nigel Short, who essayed it twice in his 1992 match against Anatoly Karpov and won both games.[28][29]. Here White can play 8.c3, but has other moves. The Modern Steinitz Defense (3...a6 4.Ba4 d6) offers Black a freer position and is more popular. Kasparov played the Smyslov Variation in a loss to the Deep Blue chess computer in Game 2 of their 1997 Man vs. Machine match. López was also esteemed for his ability at blindfold chess. 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