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В данной книге показан на картинках каждый шаг изготовления разнообразных бантиков и цветочков из ленточек. Воспользовавшись этим изданием, вы всегда сможете порадовать близких и знакомых красиво украшенным подарком.
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Iordachescu, Russian Team Championship 2008. h6, ex p loiting the undefended e-pawn: 4 Bxf6 Qxf6 5 Nf3 59 Sta rti n g Out: T h e Trom pows ky Attack White's old choice, reaching a position which often comes about via the Torre: 1 d4 Nf6 2 Nf3 e6 3 Bg5 h6! g5 is fine for Black) 4 ... Qxf6 5 e4. Nowadays White usually prefers to keep his f-pawn free and so selects either 5 Nc3 or 5 c3, the respective subjects of our next two sections. c5! 6 e5 Qd8. s d6 ... By far Black's most popular choice, although with White's f-pawn blocked 5 ...
Is another key line when I agree with De la Villa that even 10 ... cxd4 1 1 exd4 f4!? fails to equalize after 12 Nxf4 Nxd4 13 Re1 ) 10 exd4 (Wells's 10 Nxd4!? Be6 12 b3 aS! gives Black quite enough counterplay) 1 0... Nc6 11 Qd2 f4! Har-Zvi, Wijk aan Zee 1993. WARNING: Don't ignore this ... cs, and it's good to find a method which you are happy with. c6 or 9... Re8 before transferring his knight to f6. However, White should be a little careful after 9 ... Re8 10 0-0 c6 when 1 1 Qd3 appears best, since 1 1 b4 permits 1 1 .
Instead 14 bS! Bd7 15 Rfbl g5 16 hxgS QxgS 17 bxc6 bxc6 18 Rb7 Bc8 19 Rc7 h4 20 Bxc6 hxg3 21 Nxg3 Qh4 is a highly-instructive line given by the French Grandmaster. Black's attack looks strong, but White still controls the key kingside light squares and 22 Ndl Rxe3!? 23 fxe3 Qxg3+ 24 Kfl Rb8 25 Rbl, for instance, appears to defend. It's never easy not to panic when facing such an attack, but in general it does seem that Black of ten doesn't have quite enough, scary though his sacrificial possibilities may ap pear .