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Q E = Queen E ® D D = Dame

Q E as Quick Play E

Q/J E = Queen E ® Zany Chess E

QAT E = Qata E

Qata E = QAT E

Qatar E Schach = Arabic: Al-Satranj English: Chess E ®

Qatranj nDE = Atranj DE (Lala Raja Babu, 1901) [Murray, S. 181, S. 346-347; Variant Chess 6, IV-VI/1991, S. 71]; dieses enthält allerdings Springer auf e3 und f3 sowie armed female attendants (ziehen wie Bauern im chinesischen Schach) e2, f2 statt T+S. L+S heißen ..., D+S = Prinz ® 10x10-Schachspiele

QB E = queen‘s bishop E [CC]

QBP E = queen‘s bishop‘s pawn E [CC]

QGA E = Queens Gambit Accepted E

QGD E = Queens Gambit Declined E

Qi E = indigo / dark blue (east position) ® Qiguo Xiangxi E

Qi, Jingxuan IM CHN, ELO VI 1998 = 2395

Qi2 ® Cavalry E ® Qiguo Xiangxi E (7 Warring States Chess) [LH]

Qian DE ® Broadswordsmen pE ® Qiguo Xiangxi E (7 Warring States Chess) [LH]

Qiao, Liang FM CHN, ELO VI 1998 = 2335

Qiguo xiangqi DE a = Heptagonal Xiangqi, auch Sieben-Reiche-Schach; angebliche Früh- oder Vorform des chines. Schachspiels. [David Li, Genealogy of Chess; Kritik von Peter Banaschak in Rochade Europa VII 1998 S. 49 ff.] - Variant of Chinese chess that can be played on a standard 19 X 19 go board. 7 different armies on the board, each given their own colour. [LH] There are a total of 120 pieces pE used in this variant symbolising the seven Warring States (403-221 B. C.) period. This variant was created by Guang Si-ma. The Zhou E (kingdom E) has 1 piece E (at the centre point E of the board). Each of the 7 Warring States has 17 pieces pE. The Zhou piece is yellow (central space) Qin E is white (starts in west position) Chu E is red (south position) Qi E is indigo (dark blue) (east position) Yan E is black (north position) Han E is cinnabar (orange-red) (south position) Wei E is green (east position) Zhao E is purple (north position) Pieces pE: ® General E (® Jiang E) Each of 7 states has 1 General E. He moves vertically, horizontally, or diagonally with no limit on distance (like the queen in western chess). ® Deputy General E (® Pian 1 E) Each army has 1 Deputy General. He moves vertically or horizontally with no limit on distance (like the rook). ® Officer E (® Bi4) Each army has 1 Officer. He moves diagonally without limit (like the bishop in western chess). The Generals, Deputy Generals, and Officers are viewed as being mounted on chariots (elephants were not used in China, though the Xiang character is used in the game‘s name). ® Diplomat E or ® Liaison Officer E (® Xing 2 ren 2 E) Each army has 1 Diplomat. He moves vertically, horizontally, or diagonally without limit (like the queen in western chess). But he may not engage in combat, and may not be killed. ® Cannon E (® Pao) Each army has 1 cannon. It moves vertically or horizontally without limit. There must be an intervening piece for it to attack another piece (it moves just like modern-day cannon). ® Archers pE (® Gong 1 E) Each army has 1 (unit of) Archers. The unit moves 4 spaces (on each move) vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. ® Crossbowmen pE (® Nu3) Each army has 1 (unit of) Crossbowmen. The unit moves 5 spaces vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. ® Swordsmen pE (® Dao1) Each army has 2 units of Swordsmen. Each unit moves 1 space diagonally. ® Broadswordsmen pE (® Qian) Each army has 4 units of Broadswordsmen. Each unit moves 1 space vertically or horizontally. ® Cavalry E (® Qi2) Each army has 4 units of Cavalry. Each unit moves 4 spaces and moves similar to a knight--1 space in a straight line and then 3 spaces diagonally. If 7 people play the game, each takes 1 warring state. If 6 people play, 1 player takes both Qin and 1 other state in alliance with it. If 5 people play, then in addition to the Qin alliance, Chu is allied with 1 other state. If 4 people play, then in addition to the Qin and Chu alliances, Qi is allied to another state. When each player takes possession of 1 state, those states with which they are allied are chosen by the players themselves. Both of the allied states are directed by the choosing players, who must first take an oath saying, “If either of the states under my command is lost, it will be through my own carelessness.” If 1 player orders an ally to attack a very strongly defended state, he must first penalise himself by downing a glass of liquor (or beer).The order of play is: Qin, Chu, Han, Qi, Wei, Zhao, and Yan (this order is counterclockwise beginning with the state in the west in the initial position, which is Qin). If a poor move is played, it may not be taken back (except if penalty is agreed by players beforehand--glass of beer, lose next turn, etc.). If anyone moves a piece incorrectly, he is penalised (either a lost move or a shot of liquor, exact penalties at discretion of players themselves).If a player attacks his own ally, then the entire army of that ally is lost and removed from the board. Whenever a player is placed in check, he may be penalised according to previously agreed upon penalty :-)A player wins over another state by capturing that enemy‘s General. But even if the General is not taken, a player can win by capturing more than 10 other pieces of the opposing state. If an enemy has not yet lost 10 pieces and a player‘s own army loses more than 10, then that player‘s own army is lost and removed. At the end of the game, the player who has captured the most pieces is the winner of the game. First the winner takes a victory drink (a special drink that is not used for other purposes associated with this game),then the losers take a drink. Should 1 player have captured 2 Generals, or take a total of 30 lesser pieces, he is declared ® Dictator E, or ® Tyrant, or just ® Bully E (® Ba4). Once a player has become Dictator, all the other states avow their submission to him, and everyone drinks another round. Relative value of pieces in their initial positions: 1 Cavalry unit is equal to any 2 units of Archers, Crossbowmen, Swordsmen, or Broadswordsmen. A Cannon is equal to 3 units of same. An Officer is equal to 4. A Deputy General is equal to 5. The Zhou king is yellow and sits in the centre to show respect for the Son of Heaven. He has no army, does not engage in battle. Each of the 7 states has a particular colour to reflect its directional position. The Diplomats represent persuasive politicians who try to create alliances among the states. ® 7 Warring States Chess E

Qin DE = white (starts in west position) ® Qiguo Xiangxi E

Qin, Kanying GM CHN *02.02.74 ELO VI 1998 = 2380 CHN

QKt E = queen‘s knight E [CC]

QKtP E = queen‘s knight‘s pawn E [CC]

QN E = queen‘s knight E [CC]

QNP E = queen‘s knight‘s pawn E [CC]

QP 1 E = counter-gambit (elephant gambit) E = C40 1.e2e4 e7e5 g1f3 d7d5 [JM] ®

QP 2 E = counter-gambit: Maroczy gambit E = C40 1.e2e4 e7e5 g1f3 d7d5 e4d5 f8d6 [JM] ®

QP 3 E = queen‘s pawn E [CC]

QR E = queen‘s rook E [CC]

QRP E = queen‘s rook‘s pawn E [CC]

QU E = [AL] Dame ® Queen E

Quaade gambit, King‘s Gambit Accepted E = C37 1.e2e4 e7e5 f2f4 e5f4 g1f3 g7g5 b1c3 [JM] ®

Quack, G. C. K, GB

Quack, Helmut K, D

Quack, Rudolf, D, ELO VII 1998 = 2239

Quadrat n = geometrisches Wenigsteinermuster ® square E (= geometrical minimanner pattern)

Quadrat, Bergersches - ® Bergersches Quadrat

Quadrat, Spiel- ® Spielquadrat

quadratische Viertel, 4 ~ ® 4 quadratische a Viertel

Quadratregel f ® E

Quadratschach n = Normalschach ® E

Quadratschach, Großes - ® Großes a Quadratschach

Quadratstellung f = geometrisches a Wenigsteinermuster ® square position E (= geometrical minimanner pattern)

Quadratwurzel f ® square root E

quadrilateral a (geometrisches a Wenigsteinermuster) E ® Viereck (minimanner pattern)

Quadrivalent Total Chess E ® Quadrivalent Total Chess E

Quadrophage E ® Haaner Universalspringer

Quadrophage m Der Quadrophage ist ein nichtschlagender minierter Haaner Universalspringer: er kann auf jedes freie Feld ziehen, wobei er auf dem Startfeld nach seinem Zug ein Loch hinterläßt (wie jeder Stein beim Haaner Schach). Wird ein Quadrophage geschlagen, verschwindet auch der schlagende Stein vom Brett, auf dem Schlagfeld entsteht ein Loch. ® Bl [UM] ® Quadrophage E

Quadroschach n = zu viert zu spielen

quadrupel E ® Quadrupel

Quadrupel n ® quadrupel E

Quadrupelbauer m ® quadrupelled a Pawn

quadrupelled a Pawn E ® Quadrupelbauer

quadruple E ® vierfach-

quadruplet E ® Vierling

Quah, Seng-Sun ®

Quail E = Wachtel (Figur in Tori Shogi) ® Tori Shogi ED ® Bird Shogi E ® Shogi ED

Qualifikation FS-BL QTH-A. Q Deutscher Fernschachbund 198 Seiten - kartoniert - BdF 1996

Qualifikation FS-BL QTH-B. Q Deutscher Fernschachbund 17 Seiten - kartoniert - BdF 1996

Qualifikation, Meisterturnier - ® Meisterturnier Qualifikation

Qualifikationsmatch n ® Qualifying a match E

Qualifikationsturnier n ® Qualifying a Tournament ® qualifying a event E ®

Qualifikationsturnier, ELO - ® ELO Qualifikationsturnier

qualifying a event E ® Qualifikationsturnier n

Qualifying a Tournament E ® Qualifikationsturnier

Qualität 1 f ® exchange E ® qualité f ® Calidad S

Qualität 2 f (von Puristen “Wert” genannt) ist ungefähr drei Tempi bzw. drei Viertel Bauern, bzw. zwei schwächere (eigene) Züge wert. [Tartakower, Dr. S. G. Enzyklopädisches Schachwörterbuch. Nach neuesten Forschungen zusammengestellt von ~ ; ungarische Problemschachzeitung ~ 1923/1924, S. 199-202]

Qualität f gewinnen v ® win v exchange E

Qualität verlieren ® loose v exchange E

Qualität, die gewinnen ® die Qualität gewinnen v

Qualität, die - verlieren ® die Qualität verlieren v

Qualitätsbeurteilung f (von Partien, Turnieren, z. B. für Preisverleihungen) ® E

Qualitätsgewinn m ® E

Qualitätsopfer n ® E

Qualitätsverlust m ® E

quality E ® Qualität

Qualkowitzen, A. K, A

Qualle f Mehrqualität in der Partie (scherzh.) ® exchange E

Quanten-Schach n ® Quantum Chess E

Quantum Chess E Diverse Spielarten, sowie Stephen Tavener [zit. von David Pritchard: Variant Chess, Herbst 1997 S. 106; Variant Chess Nr. 17; Variant Chess 1993-1996 S. 150]® Quanten-Schach

Quark, Ernst K, D

Quarrel over chess game; man stabs woman to death. E [BW] = 1264

quarter move E ® Viertelzug

Quarterly Q

quarter-mover E ® Viertelzüger (z.B. von Hilmar Ebert, Ka8 Dc4 Bb5 - Kb6, # ¼)

quartet E ® Quartett

Quartett n ® quartet E

Quartz Q A periodical dedicated to Chess composition, edited by Paul Raican, RO, ain French.

Quasar mDE ®

quasi echo mate E ® Quasi-Echomatt

quasi symmetry production E ® Quasi-Symmetrieaufbau

Quasi-Echo n ® E

Quasi-Echomatt n ® quasi echo mate E

quasi-finnisch a (Nowotny) ® quasi-Finnish (Nowotny) E

quasifinnisches a Spiel n ® quasi-Finnish play E

Quasi-Symmetrieaufbau m ® quasi symmetry production E

Quast, Michael, ELO IV 1997 = 2179

quaternary a play E ® „Quartär-Spiel“: Spiel 5-ten Grades bei Fortgesetztem Angriff oder Fortgesetzter Verteidigung.

quatre coins pF = Tempete 04 = Vier Ecken p ® E

Quatre et trois Q

que nenni! F = Tempete 42 = Was gibt‘s, Kleiner? ® E

Queck, Robert, ELO IV 1997 = 2023

Queck, Rudolf K, *18.11.1910, D

Queckenstädt, Wilhelm K, D

Quednau, Hans-Joachim, D, ELO VII 1998 = 2348

Quednau, Klaus, ELO IV 1997 = 2078

Queen 1 E 1) The most powerful piece of either color, moved across any number of empty squares in any direction; to become promoted to a queen. [bef. 900; ME quene, quen, woman, queen] [CC] 2) The strongest piece on the board (but second in size to the king) and which combines the moves of the bishop and the rook; that is, which is able to move along diagonals, ranks, or files as far as such lines are unobstructed. 3) The second most important (to the king) and most powerful piece on the board. A major piece, designated in (English) chess notation as Q. [SC] Originally called mantri (a minister or counsellor), it could only move to one adjacent diagonal square. When chess came to Europe, the Queen could leap three squares. By 1475 the Queen obtained its present power of moving along the ranks and files or diagonals. Early rules in some countries did not allow a promotion of a pawn to a second queen on the board because that was thought of as promoting bigamy and not allowed. [CT] ® Dame ® Königin ® „Tante“ ® „Oma“ ® QU ® D ® Dame F ® Dama S

Queen 2 E = Q/J ® Zany Chess E

Queen Accusat C

Queen Attack C20 E ® Damen-Angriff C20

queen E

Queen ending E ® Damenendspiel

Queen Move EC

Queen Nominat CE

Queen of Chess E ® Gilbert, Ellen (1837-1900) E

Queen of the Kings Game - Zsuzsa Polgar. Q Z. Polgar / Shutzman Kategorie: Zsuzsa Polgar. 352 Seiten - kartoniert - Comp Chess 1997

Queen Pawn E Game ® Damenbauernspiel

Queen Pawn Game - / Blackmar-Diemer Gambit E D00 1.d4 d5 2.e4 dxe4 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.f3 exf3 5.Nxf3 e6 6.d5 cxd4 E ® Damen Bauern-Spiel / Blackmar-Diemer-Gambit D00

Queen Pawn Game - / Blackmar-Diemer Gambit E D00 1.d4 d5 2.e4. The opening is not just playable, but fun! There is a vast literature on this opening, including an excellent new book by Gary Lane and a journal devoted to the subject lovingly edited by Tom Purser. When Black captures at e4, White will develop Nc3 and then offer up the f-pawn, recapturing with the knight (taking with the queen is the inferior Ryder Gambit) and developing quickly. 2...dxe4 3.Nc3 Nf6 (also via 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.e4 dxe4.) 4.f3 exf3 5.Nxf3 5...e6, the Euwe Defense is the strongest available, in my opinion. But this is a book on unorthodox openings, and that is a very classical approach. (6.Bf4 resulted in some quick kills for gambitmeister Gedult, but the defense was not handled will in any of the games.) 6.d5 (reaches, by transposition, Meszaros - Weiss, Eger 1992, where White gained the advantage after 6...g6 7.Bg5 Bg7 8.Bb5+ Nbd7 9.a4 0-0 10.Qd2 Nb6 11.Rd1 a6 12.Be2 Bf5 13.0-0) 6...cxd4 7.Nb5 Nd5 8.Bg3 Nc6 9.Nfxd4 Nxd4 [UO] ® BDG ® Blackmar Diemer Gemeinde ® Euwe Defense / Blackmar-Diemer Gambit E D00

Queen Pawn Game - Anti-Torre E D02 1.Nf3 d5 2.d4 Bg4 3.Ne5 Bf5 4.g4. 4...Bc8! Having provoked the weakness, the bishop returns home. 5.g5. Bf5 Now that the pawn has advanced, Black returns to the outpost at f5. 6.c4 e6 7.Nc3 Ne7 8.Bg2 Nd7. 9.cxd5 Nxd5 10.Nxd7. 10.Nxd5 [UO] ® Damen Bauern-Spiel - Anti-Torre D02

Queen Pawn Game - Bishop Attack E D00 1.d4 d5 2.Bg5. White‘s has a swinging bishop at g5, and it is very exposed. It does not even discourage ...Nf6, but Black has other resources. 2...h6. (2...Bg4 ® Welling Variation) 3.f3 Bh5 4.c4 f6 5.Bf4 e5 6.dxe5 fxe5 7.Bxe5 Nc6 8.Qa4 d4 9.Bf4 Qf6 10.Nh3 Bb4+ 11.Nd2 Nge7 12.a3 Bxd2+ 13.Bxd2 0-0 14.Nf4! (2...Nf6 ® Trompowsky.) 2...f6 3.Bh4 Nh6 4.Nf3 Nf5 5.Bg3 Nc6 6.e3 Nxg3 7.hxg3 Bg4 and Black has an equal game. [UO] ® Damen Bauern-Spiel - LäuferAngriff D00

Queen Pawn Game - Hübsch Gambit E D00 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nc3 d5 3.e4 Nxe4. The ability to capture with the knight is provided by this move order. Black can of course switch to the Blackmar-Diemer Gambit by capturing with the pawn instead. The Hübsch Gambit is sometimes chosen by BDG fans to avoid the rather cheesy ® Lemberger Variation where Black gets in an early ...e5. 4.Nxe4 dxe4 5.Bc4 Bf5 6.c3. (6.g4 Bd7 7.Be3 e6 8.c3 Bc6 9.Ne2 Nd7 10.Bb3 Qh4 11.h3 0-0-0 12.Qc2 Nf6 13.0-0-0 with incalculable complications.) 6...e6 7.g4 Bg6 8.Qb3 Qc8 9.f4 exf3 10.Nxf3 Bd6 11.Be3 Nc6 12.0-0 0-0 13.Be2 e5! and Black has taken over the initiative. [UO] ® Damen Bauern-Spiel - Hübsch-Gambit D00

Queen Pawn Game - Morris Countergambit E D00 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 c5 3.e4 dxe4. White gives up a valuable central pawn, and at first the opening seems to defy logic. But after 4.d5 it becomes clear that White is playing an Albin Countergambit in reverse, with the extra tempo used for Bf4. The problem is that this is not the best square for the bishop. More importantly, White‘s early declaration allows Black to choose an appropriate reaction. 4...Qb6! hits the weakness at b2. 5.Qc1 Nf6 and Black is better. [UO] ® Damen Bauern-Spiel n - Morris Gegengambit D00

Queen Pawn Game - Zurich Gambit E D00 1.d4 d5 2.g4 Bxg4. This gambit does not return any real compensation to White, who cannot even play e4 quickly, which is possible in the somewhat similar Gibbins-Wiedehagen Gambit. 3.f3 Bf5 4.Nc3 e5! and the weakness of the h4-e1 diagonal is obvious. [UO] ® Damen Bauern-Spiel - Zürich-Gambit D00

Queen Pawn Game- Anti-Torre D02 E ® Damen Bauern-Spiel n - Anti-Torre D02

Queen Pawn Game E ® Damen Bauern-Spiel n

Queen Pawn Game, Chandler Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.Nf3 c5 3.g3 cxd4 4.Bg2 = D02 [GL]

Queen Pawn Game, Hübsch Gambit = E 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nc3 d5 3.e4 Nxe4 = D00 [GL]

Queen Pawn Game, Lundin-Kevitz-Mikenas Defense, Pozarek Gambit = E 1.d4 Nc6 2.c4 e5 3.dxe5 Nxe5 4.Nc3 Nxc4 = A40 [GL]

Queen Pawn Game, Morris Counter Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 c5 3.e4 = D00 [GL]

Queen Pawn Game, Steinitz Counter Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 c5 = D00 [GL]

Queen Pawn Game, Veresov Atack, Shaviliuk Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 e5 = D00 [GL]

Queen Pawn Game, Zilbermints Counter Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.Nf3 Nf6 3.c4 b5 = D02 [GL]

Queen Pawn Game, Zurich Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.g4 = D00 [GL]

Queen Pawn Opening, Veresov Attack, Irish Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 c5 = D00 [GL]

Queen Perquisites pE = Querquisites; neu erfunden als ® Odysseus. [J. E. H. Creed, Fairy Chess Review VI/1947] ® Odysseus

Queen sd EC ® Queen side E ® Damenflügel

Queen side E ® Damenflügel

queen v a Pawn E ® (einen Bauern in eine Dame) umwandeln v (verwandeln v)

queen v a Pawn E ® einen Bauern (zur Dame) umwandeln v (in eine Dame verwandeln v)

Queen v rook / minor piece endings Q Chekhover, V. and Henkin, V. (22cm x 14cm, 176pp). A translation from Russian of the standard theoretical treatise. Batford, London, 1978. Formerly in the possession of N. A. Macleod; presented by Mrs Macleod. [BL]

Queen, Clone- ® Clone-Queen E

queen, half- ® half-Queen E

Queen, Magnetic E ® magnetische a Dame

Queen, Surrounded - ® Surrounded a Queen E

Queen, The Knighted - ® The Knighted a Queen E

QUEEN; Italian lawyer recommends notifying player when queen is attacked. E [BW] = 1583

Queen‘s bishop game E = D02 1.d2d4 d7d5 g1f3 g8f 6 c1f4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Cross E ® Damenkreuz

Queen‘s Gambit - Tartakower System. Q Konikowsk. 107 Seiten - kartoniert - Chess Enterprises 1983

Queen‘s Gambit accepted D20-D29 - mit Diskette. Q Editrice. 179 Seiten - kartoniert - Editrice 1995

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted E ® Angenommenes a Damengambit

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted, 4.e3 E = D25 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted, 4.Nc3 E = D24 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted, Bogolyubov Variation E = D24 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 a7a6 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted, Flohr Variation E = D25 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 c8e6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted, Janowsky-Larsen Variation E = D25 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 c8g4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted, Smyslov Variation E = D25 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 g7g6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: 3.e4 E = D20 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: 3.Nf3 E = D21 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: 4...e6 E = D26 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Alekhine defence E = D22 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 a7a6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Alekhine defence, Alatortsev Variation E = D22 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 a7a6 e2e3 c8g4 f1c4 e7e6 d4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Alekhine defense, Borisenko-Furman Variation E = D21 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 a7a6 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation E = D26 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, 6...a6 E = D27 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 a7a6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, 6.O-O E = D26 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, 7...b5 E = D28 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 a7a6 d1e2 b7b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, 7.Qe2 E = D28 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 a7a6 d1e2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, 8...Bb7 E = D29 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 a7a6 d1e2 b7b5 c4b3 c8b7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, Flohr Variation E = D28 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 a7a6 d1e2 b7b5 c4b3 b8c6 f1d1 c5c4 b3c2 c6b4 b1c3 b4c2 e2c2 c8b7 d4d5 d8c7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, Furman Variation E = D26 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 d1e2 a7a6 d4c5 f8c5 e1g1 b8c6 e3e4 b7b5 e4e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, Geller Variation E = D27 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 a7a6 e3e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, Rubinstein Variation E = D27 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 a7a6 a2a4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, Smyslov Variation E = D29 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 a7a6 d1e2 b7b5 c4b3 c8b7 f1d1 b8d7 b1c3 f8d6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Classical Variation, Steinitz Variation E = D26 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 c7c5 e1g1 c5d4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Ericson Variation E = D21 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 b7b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Haberditz Variation E = D22 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 a7a6 e2e3 b7b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Linares Variation E = D20 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 e2e4 c7c5 d4d5 g8f6 b1c3 b7b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Mannheim Variation E = D23 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 g1f3 g8f6 d1a4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Accepted: Schwartz defence E = D20 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 d5c4 e2e4 f7f5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined - Von Hennig Gambit E D32 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 c5 4.cxd5 cxd4 5.Qxd4 Nc6 6.Qd1 exd5 7.Qxd5 Be6 8.Qxd8+. 8.Qb5 (a6 9.Qxb7 Nb4 10.Qe4 Nf6 11.Qb1 gives Black more than enough compensation for the pawn - or at least enough to have discouraged anyone from playing it as White!) 8...Rxd8 Von Hennig Gambit is generally considered refuted. Indeed, White can enter a favorable endgame if well prepared, but one slip along the way can prove fatal. First White must deal with the simple threat of ...Nb2 and ...Nc2#! 9.e3! Nb4 10.Bb5+ Ke7 11.Kf1. This is the move which has put the endgame variation out of business, though as the database shows, it seems few players are aware of it! 11...g6 Von Hennig worked out this idea back in the 1920s. [UO] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined a - Von Hennig Gambit D32 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 c5 4.cxd5 cxd4 5.Qxd4 Nc6 6.Qd1 exd5 7.Qxd5 Be6 8.Qxd8+ Rxd8 9.e3! Nb4 10.Bb5+ Ke7 11.Kf1 g6 E ® Angenommenes a Damen-Gambit - Von Hennig-Gambit D32

Queen‘s Gambit Declined E ® Abgelehntes a Damengambit

Queen‘s Gambit Declined E = D30 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 g8f6 c1g5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined E = D51 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined E = D52 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 g1f3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav E = D43 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: 5...Nd7 E = D45 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: 5.Bg5 dc E = D44 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 c1g5 d5c4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: 5.e3 E = D45 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: 6.Bd3 E = D46 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: 7.Bc4 E = D47 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: accelerated Meran (Alekhine Variation) E = D45 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 a7a6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: anti-Meran gambit E = D44 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 c1g5 d5c4 e2e4 b7b5 e4e5 h7h6 g5h4 g7g5 f3g5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: anti-Meran Variation, Alatortsev system E = D44 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 c1g5 d5c4 e2e4 b7b5 e4e5 h7h6 g5h4 g7g5 f3g5 f6d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: anti-Meran Variation, Lilienthal Variation E = D44 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 c1g5 d5c4 e2e4 b7b5 e4e5 h7h6 g5h4 g7g5 f3g5 h6g5 h4g5 b8d7 g2g3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: anti-Meran Variation, Szabo Variation E = D44 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 c1g5 d5c4 e2e4 b7b5 e4e5 h7h6 g5h4 g7g5 f3g5 h6g5 h4g5 b8d7 d1f3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Bogolyubov Variation E = D46 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 f8e7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Botvinnik system (anti-Meran) E = D44 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 c1g5 d5c4 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Chigorin defence E = D46 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 f8d6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Ekstrom Variation E = D44 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 c1g5 d5c4 e2e4 b7b5 e4e5 h7h6 g5h4 g7g5 e5f6 g5h4 f3e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Hastings Variation E = D43 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 c1g5 h7h6 g5f6 d8f6 d1b3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran E = D48 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 e3e4 c6c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation E = D47 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, 8...a6 E = D48 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, Blumenfeld Variation E = D49 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 e3e4 c6c5 e4e5 c5d4 c3b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, old main line E = D48 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 e3e4 c6c5 e4e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, Pirc Variation E = D48 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 e3e4 b5b4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, Rabinovich Variation E = D49 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 e3e4 c6c5 e4e5 c5d4 c3b5 f6g4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, Rellstab attack E = D49 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 e3e4 c6c5 e4e5 c5d4 c3b5 d7e5 f3e5 a6b5 e1g1 d8d5 d1e2 c8a6 c1g5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, Reynolds‘ Variation E = D48 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 e3e4 c6c5 d4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, Sozin Variation E = D49 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 e3e4 c6c5 e4e5 c5d4 c3b5 d7e5 ... / f3e5 a6b5 e1g1 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, Stahlberg Variation E = D49 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 a7a6 e3e4 c6c5 e4e5 c5d4 c3b5 d7e5 f3e5 a6b5 d1f3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Meran Variation, Wade Variation E = D47 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 c8b7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: neo-Meran (Lundin Variation) E = D47 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 c4d3 b5b4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Romih Variation E = D46 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f1d3 f8b4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Rubinstein (anti-Meran) system E = D45 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 f3e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: Stoltz Variation E = D45 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 b8d7 d1c2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined semi-Slav: stonewall defence E = D45 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c6 e2e3 f6e4 f1d3 f7f5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav accepted: Alapin Variation E = D16 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav defence, Alekhine Variation E = D10 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 b1c3 d5c4 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav defence: exchange Variation E = D10 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 c4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: 4.e3 Bf5 E = D12 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 c8f5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: 4.Nc3 E = D15 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: 5.e3 (Alekhine Variation) E = D15 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 e2e3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Amsterdam Variation E = D12 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 c8f5 c4d5 c6d5 b1c3 e7e6 f3e5 f6d7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Breyer Variation E = D11 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1d2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Carlsbad Variation E = D17 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8f5 f3e5 b8d7 e5c4 d8c7 g2g3 e7e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Czech defence E = D17 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8f5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Dutch Variation E = D18 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8f5 e2e3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Dutch Variation E = D19 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8f5 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 f8b4 e1g1 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Dutch Variation, Lasker Variation E = D18 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8f5 e2e3 b8a6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Dutch Variation, main line E = D19 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8f5 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 f8b4 e1g1 e8g8 d1e2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Dutch Variation, Saemisch Variation E = D19 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8f5 e2e3 e7e6 f1c4 f8b4 e1g1 e8g8 d1e2 f6e4 g2g4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: exchange Variation E = D12 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 c8f5 c4d5 c6d5 b1c3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: exchange Variation E = D13 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 c4d5 c6d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: exchange Variation, 6.Bf4 Bf5 E = D14 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 c4d5 c6d5 b1c3 b8c6 c1f4 c8f5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: exchange Variation, Trifunović Variation E = D14 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 c4d5 c6d5 b1c3 b8c6 c1f4 c8f5 e2e3 e7e6 d1b3 f8b4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Krause attack E = D17 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8f5 f3e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Landau Variation E = D12 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 c8f5 c4d5 c6d5 d1b3 d8c8 c1d2 e7e6 b1a3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Schlechter Variation E = D15 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 g7g6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Semmering Variation E = D30 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 c7c6 b1d2 b8d7 f1d3 c6c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Slav gambit E = D15 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Smyslov Variation E = D16 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 b8a6 e2e4 c8g4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Soultanbeieff Variation E = D16 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 e7e6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Steiner Variation E = D16 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8g4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Suechting Variation E = D15 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d8b6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Tolush-Geller gambit E = D15 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 e2e4 b7b5 e4e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Wiesbaden Variation E = D17 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 g1f3 g8f6 b1c3 d5c4 a2a4 c8f5 f3e5 e7e6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined Slav: Winawer counter-gambit E = D10 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c6 b1c3 e7e5 [JM] ®

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Queen‘s Gambit Declined: 4.Bg5 Be7 E = D53 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: 4.Bg5 Be7, 5.e3 O-O E = D53 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: 4.Bg5 Nbd7 E = D51 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Alapin Variation E = D31 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 b7b6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Albin counter-gambit E = D08 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e5 ... / d4e5 d5d4 g1f3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Albin counter-gambit, 5.g3 E = D09 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e5 d4e5 d5d4 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Albin counter-gambit, Alapin Variation E = D08 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e5 d4e5 d5d4 g1f3 b8c6 b1d2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Albin counter-gambit, Balogh Variation E = D08 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e5 d4e5 d5d4 g1f3 b8c6 b1d2 d8e7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Albin counter-gambit, Janowski Variation E = D08 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e5 d4e5 d5d4 g1f3 b8c6 b1d2 f7f6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Albin counter-gambit, Krenosz Variation E = D08 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e5 d4e5 d5d4 g1f3 b8c6 b1d2 c8g4 h2h3 g4f3 d2f3 f8b4 c1d2 d8e7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Albin counter-gambit, Lasker trap E = D08 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e5 d4e5 d5d4 e2e3 f8b4 c1d2 d4e3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Alekhine Variation E = D51 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 g1f3 c7c6 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Anti-neo-orthodox Variation E = D54 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 a1c1 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Been-Koomen Variation E = D50 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 c7c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs defence E = D52 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 g1f3 d8a5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs defence, 7.cd E = D52 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 g1f3 d8a5 c4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs defence, Argentine Variation E = D52 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 g1f3 d8a5 f3d2 f8b4 d1c2 e8g8 g5h4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs defence, Bogoljubow Variation E = D52 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 g1f3 d8a5 f3d2 f8b4 d1c2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs defence, Capablanca Variation E = D52 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 g1f3 d8a5 g5f6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs defence, Rubinstein Variation E = D52 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 g1f3 d8a5 f3d2 d5c4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs defence, Yugoslav Variation E = D52 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 g1f3 d8a5 c4d5 f6d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Canal (Venice) Variation E = D50 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 c7c5 c4d5 d8b6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Capablanca anti-Cambridge Springs Variation E = D51 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 a2a3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Capablanca Variation E = D30 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 c7c6 b1d2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Capablanca-Duras Variation E = D30 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 g8f6 c1g5 h7h6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Charousek (Petrosian) Variation E = D31 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 f8e7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Chigorin defence E = D07 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 b8c6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Chigorin defence, Janowski Variation E = D07 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 b8c6 b1c3 d5c4 g1f3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Classical Variation (5.Bf4) E = D37 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 f8e7 c1f4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: exchange Variation E = D35 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: exchange Variation, chameleon Variation E = D35 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c4d5 e6d5 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 f1d3 b8d7 d1c2 f8e8 g1e2 d7f8 e1c1 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: exchange Variation, positional line E = D35 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c4d5 e6d5 c1g5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: exchange Variation, positional line, 5...c6 E = D35 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c4d5 e6d5 c1g5 c7c6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: exchange Variation, positional line, 6.Qc2 E = D36 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c4d5 e6d5 c1g5 c7c6 d1c2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: exchange Variation, Saemisch Variation E = D35 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8d7 c1f4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Grau (Sahovic) defence E = D06 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c8f5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Harrwitz attack E = D35 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1f4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Hastings Variation E = D30 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 g8f6 c1g5 h7h6 g5f6 d8f6 b1c3 c7c6 d1b3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Janowski Variation E = D31 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 a7a6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Lasker defence E = D56 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5h4 f6e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Lasker defence, Bernstein Variation E = D57 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5h4 f6e4 h4e7 d8e7 c4d5 e4c3 b2c3 e6d5 d1b3 e7d6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Lasker defence, main line E = D57 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5h4 f6e4 h4e7 d8e7 c4d5 e4c3 b2c3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Lasker defence, Russian Variation E = D56 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5h4 f6e4 h4e7 d8e7 d1c2 e4f6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 c7c5 e1g1 b8c6 f1d1 c8d7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Lasker defence, Teichmann Variation E = D56 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5h4 f6e4 h4e7 d8e7 d1c2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Lasker Variation E = D53 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 f6e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Manhattan Variation E = D51 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 e2e3 f8b4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Marshall defence E = D06 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 g8f6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Neo-orthodox Variation E = D55 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Neo-orthodox Variation, 7.Bh4 E = D55 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5h4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Neo-orthodox Variation, 7.Bxf6 E = D55 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5f6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence E = D60 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence E = D63 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, 7.Qc2 c5, 8.cd (Rubinstein) E = D62 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 d1c2 c7c5 c4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, 7.Rc1 E = D63 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Bd3 line E = D66 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Bd3 line E = D67 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 f6d5 g5e7 d8e7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Bd3 line, 1-O E = D67 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 f6d5 g5e7 d8e7 e1g1 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Bd3 line, Alekhine Variation E = D67 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 f6d5 g5e7 d8e7 c3e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Bd3 line, Capablanca freeing manoevre E = D67 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 f6d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Bd3 line, fianchetto Variation E = D66 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 b7b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Bd3 line, Janowski Variation E = D67 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 f6d5 h2h4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Botvinnik Variation E = D60 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 f1d3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Capablanca Variation E = D63 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 b7b6 c4d5 e6d5 f1b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Classical Variation E = D68 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 f6d5 g5e7 d8e7 e1g1 d5c3 c1c3 e6e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Classical Variation, 13.d1b1 (Maroczy) E = D68 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 f6d5 g5e7 d8e7 e1g1 d5c3 c1c3 e6e5 d1b1 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Classical Variation, 13.d1c2 (Vidmar) E = D68 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 f6d5 g5e7 d8e7 e1g1 d5c3 c1c3 e6e5 d1c2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Classical Variation, 13.de E = D69 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 d5c4 d3c4 f6d5 g5e7 d8e7 e1g1 d5c3 c1c3 e6e5 d4e5 d7e5 f3e5 e7e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Pillsbury attack E = D63 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 b7b6 c4d5 e6d5 f1d3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Rauzer Variation E = D60 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 d1b3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Rubinstein attack (with Rc1) E = D64 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 d1c2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Rubinstein attack, Gruenfeld Variation E = D64 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 d1c2 a7a6 a2a3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Rubinstein attack, Karlsbad Variation E = D64 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 d1c2 a7a6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Rubinstein attack, main line E = D65 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 d1c2 a7a6 c4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Rubinstein attack, Wolf Variation E = D64 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 c7c6 d1c2 f6e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Rubinstein Variation E = D61 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 d1c2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Swiss (Henneberger) Variation E = D63 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 a7a6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Orthodox defence, Swiss, Karlsbad Variation E = D63 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b8d7 a1c1 a7a6 c4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Petrosian Variation E = D55 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5f6 e7f6 a1c1 c7c6 f1d3 b8d7 e1g1 d5c4 d3c4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Pillsbury attack E = D55 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 b7b6 f1d3 c8b7 c4d5 e6d5 f3e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Ragozin Variation E = D38 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 f8b4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Ragozin, Vienna Variation E = D39 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 f8b4 c1g5 d5c4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Rochlin Variation E = D51 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 b8d7 g1f3 c7c6 a1c1 d8a5 g5d2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: semi-Slav E = D31 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: semi-Slav, Abrahams Variation E = D31 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c6 g1f3 d5c4 a2a4 f8b4 e2e3 b7b5 c1d2 a7a5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: semi-Slav, Junge Variation E = D31 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c6 g1f3 d5c4 a2a4 f8b4 e2e3 b7b5 c1d2 d8b6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: semi-Slav, Koomen Variation E = D31 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c6 g1f3 d5c4 a2a4 f8b4 e2e3 b7b5 c1d2 d8e7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: semi-Slav, Marshall gambit E = D31 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c6 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: semi-Slav, Noteboom Variation E = D31 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c6 g1f3 d5c4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch defence E = D40 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch defence, Pillsbury Variation E = D40 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c5 c1g5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch E = D50 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 c7c5 c4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch with e3 E = D41 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c5 c4d5 f6d5 e2e3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch, 5.cd E = D41 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c5 c4d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch, 7.Bd3 E = D42 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c5 c4d5 f6d5 e2e3 b8c6 f1d3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch, Kmoch Variation E = D41 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c5 c4d5 f6d5 e2e4 d5c3 b2c3 c5d4 c3d4 f8b4 c1d2 b4d2 d1d2 e8g8 f1b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch, Krause Variation E = D50 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 c7c5 g1f3 c5d4 f3d4 e6e5 d4b5 a7a6 d1a4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch, Levenfish Variation E = D40 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c5 e2e3 b8c6 f1d3 f8d6 e1g1 e8g8 d1e2 d8e7 d4c5 d6c5 e3e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch, Primitive Pillsbury Variation E = D50 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 c7c5 g1f3 c5d4 d1d4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch, San Sebastian Variation E = D41 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c5 c4d5 f6d5 e2e4 d5c3 b2c3 c5d4 c3d4 f8b4 c1d2 d8a5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Semi-Tarrasch, symmetrical Variation E = D40 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 g1f3 c7c5 e2e3 b8c6 f1d3 f8d6 e1g1 e8g8 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Spielmann Variation E = D30 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 c7c6 b1d2 g7g6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Stonewall Variation E = D30 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 g8f6 e2e3 c7c6 b1d2 f6e4 f1d3 f7f5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: symmetrical (Austrian) defence E = D06 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 c7c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch defence E = D32 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch defence E = D32 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch defence, 4.cd ed E = D32 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch defence, Marshall gambit E = D32 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch defence, Tarrasch gambit E = D32 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 d4c5 d5d4 c3a4 b7b5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Bogolyubov Variation E = D34 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 g8f6 f1g2 f8e7 e1g1 e8g8 c1g5 c8e6 a1c1 c5c4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Folkestone (Swedish) Variation E = D33 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 c5c4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Prague Variation E = D33 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 g8f6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Prague Variation, 7...Be7 E = D34 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 g8f6 f1g2 f8e7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Prague Variation, 9.Bg5 E = D34 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 g8f6 f1g2 f8e7 e1g1 e8g8 c1g5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Prague Variation, Normal position E = D34 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 g8f6 f1g2 f8e7 e1g1 e8g8 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Reti Variation E = D34 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 g8f6 f1g2 f8e7 e1g1 e8g8 d4c5 e7c5 c3a4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Schlechter-Rubinstein system E = D33 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Schlechter-Rubinstein system, Rey Ardid Variation E = D33 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 c5c4 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Stoltz Variation E = D34 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 g8f6 f1g2 f8e7 e1g1 e8g8 c1g5 c8e6 a1c1 b7b6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, von Hennig-Schara gambit E = D32 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 c5d4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tarrasch, Wagner Variation E = D33 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 c7c5 c4d5 e6d5 g1f3 b8c6 g2g3 g8f6 f1g2 c8g4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tartakower (Makagonov-Bondarevsky) system E = D58 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5h4 b7b6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tartakower (Makagonov-Bondarevsky) system, 8.cd Nxd5 E = D59 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5h4 b7b6 c4d5 f6d5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Tartakower Variation E = D59 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 b1c3 g8f6 c1g5 f8e7 e2e3 e8g8 g1f3 h7h6 g5h4 b7b6 c4d5 f6d5 h4e7 d8e7 c3d5 e6d5 a1c1 c8e6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit Declined: Vienna Variation E = D30 1.d2d4 d7d5 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 g8f6 c1g5 f8b4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Gambit E

queen‘s gambit E ® Damengambit

Queen‘s Gambit E D06-D69 ®

Queen‘s Gambit E D06-D69 ® Damengambit

Queen‘s Gambit E In the 1927 World Championship Match, the Queen‘s Gambit Declined was played in 32 out of 34 games. [CT] ® Damengambit

Queen‘s Gambit Refused - Albin Countergambit E D08 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e5. There is a great deal of published analysis on this opening, including one of my books, and I can only survey a small bit of the territory here. I‘ll concentrate on an unorthodox line and recent developments in the main line. 3.dxe5 d4 4.Nf3. 4.e4. This move continues to ignore development and gives Black a passed pawn, but it does conquer some central territory. 4...Nc6 5.f4 f6 6.exf6 Nxf6 7.Bd3 In this line, Black has given up the pawn in return for space and active bishops. 7...Bb4+! must be played immediately, before White gets in 8.a3. 4...Nc6 White can use many move orders now, but the key elements are a kingside fianchetto, kingside castling, Nbd2 and often a3, with a queenside attack to follow, since the Black king usually castles in that direction. 5.g3 Be6. 6.Nbd2 Qd7 7.Bg2 0-0-0 8.0-0. 8.a3 causes Black severe problems. I worked this out back in 1983, and have yet to find a completely satisfactory line for Black.. 8...h5. This is the established main line. White has developed and castled, so the queenside attack is ready to begin. Black still needs to get the knight at g8 into the game. The game is not likely to end in a draw, as both sides will try to blast open the enemy fortress and get to the king. 9.h4. 10...Bg4! 11.Ndf3 f6! 12.exf6 gxf6 13.Ne4 Qe6 This plan was originally suggested by Paukl Lamford and Andrew Law.. [UO] ® Abgelehntes Damengambit - Albins Gegengambit

Queen‘s Gambit Refused - Alekhine Defense E D06 1.d4 d5 2.c4 g6. This is not one of Alekhine‘s more successful ideas, perhaps was under the influence of alcohol at the time, because the refutation is simple and straightforward. 3.cxd5 Qxd5 4.Nc3 Qa5 5.Nf3 Bg7 6.Bd2 and now the Black queen must squirm a bit. 6...c6 7.e4 Qb6 8.Bc4! Bxd4 9.Nxd4 Qxd4 10.Qb3 with a powerful threat at f7. 10...Qg7 11.0-0 Nd7 12.Rfe1 Ne5 13.f4 [UO] ® Abgelehntes Damengambit - Aljechin-Verteidigung

Queen‘s Gambit Refused - Austrian Defense E D06 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c5. The Austrian Defense is trickly, but if White knows what to do it crumbles quickly. 3.cxd5. (3.dxc5 d4 is the ® Salvio Countergambit.).3...Nf6 This is the ® Gusev Countergambit, which is unsound 4.dxc5 Qxd5 5.Bd2!. 5...Ne4 6.Nf3 e5 7.Nc3 Nxc3 8.Bxc3 Qxd1+ 9.Rxd1 White‘ s advanced development is overpowering here. [UO] ® Abgelehntes Damengambit - Österreichische Verteidigung ® Albin Countergambit ® Tarrasch Gambit. ® Gusev Countergambit

Queen‘s Gambit Refused / Chigorin-Lazard Gambit E D07 1.Nf3 Nc6 2.d4 d5 3.c4 e5 The Lazard Gambit is one of the most interesting lines in the Chigorin Defense to the Queen‘s Gambit. Black offers a pawn to facilitate development..4.cxd5 Qxd5 5.Nc3 Bb4 is already better for Black who has pressure at c3 and d4. A) 6.dxe5 Qxd1+ 7.Kxd1 Bg4 8.Bf4 Bxc3 9.bxc3 Nge7 10.e3 B) 6.Bd2 Bxc3 7.Bxc3 8.Nd2! This is the only move to maintain equality. [UO] ® Abgelehntes a Damengambit - Chigorin-Lazard Gambit E

Queen‘s Gambit Refused a - Albin Countergambit E D08 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e5 3.dxe5 d4 4.Nf3 4.e4 Nc6 5.g3 Be6 6.Nbd2 Qd7 7.Bg2 0-0-0 8.0-0 8.a3 E ® Abgelehntes a Damen-Gambit - Albin Gegengambit D08

Queen‘s Gambit Refused a - Alekhine Defense E D06 1.d4 d5 2.c4 g6 3.cxd5 Qxd5 4.Nc3 Qa5 5.Nf3 Bg7 6.Bd2 E ® Abgelehntes a Damen-Gambit - Aljechin-Verteidigung D06

Queen‘s Gambit Refused a - Austrian Defense E D06 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c5 3.cxd5 (3.dxc5 d4) 3...Nf6 4.dxc5 Qxd5 5.Bd2! E ® Abgelehntes a Damen-Gambit - Österreichische a Verteidigung D06

Queen‘s Gambit Refused a / Chigorin-Lazard Gambit E D07 1.Nf3 Nc6 2.d4 d5 3.c4 e5 4.cxd5 Qxd5 A) 6.dxe5 B) 6.Bd2 E ® Abgelehntes Damen-Gambit / Chigorin-Lazard-Gambit D07

Queen‘s Gambit, Opening E®

Queen‘s Indian accelerated E = A50 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 b7b6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian Defence E ® Zentralsystem (Damenindisch)

Queen‘s Indian Defense E A47

Queen‘s Indian Defense E A50

Queen‘s Indian Defense E E12-E19

Queen‘s Indian: 4.Nc3, Botvinnik Variation E = E12 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 b1c3 c8b7 c1g5 h7h6 g5h4 g7g5 h4g3 f6h5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: anti-Queen‘s Indian system E = E17 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 f8e7 b1c3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Averbakh Variation E = E14 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 e2e3 c8b7 f1d3 c7c5 e1g1 f8e7 b2b3 e8g8 c1b2 c5d4 f3d4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Buerger Variation E = E15 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 c7c5 d4d5 e6d5 f3g5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Capablanca Variation E = E16 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 f8b4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Euwe Variation E = E17 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 f8e7 e1g1 e8g8 b2b3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Marienbad system E = A47 1.d2d4 g8f6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 c7c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Marienbad system, Berg Variation E = A47 1.d2d4 g8f6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 c7c5 c2c4 c5d4 d1d4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Miles Variation E = E12 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 c1f4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Nimzovich Variation (exaggerated fianchetto) E = E15 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8a6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Opovcensky Variation E = E17 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 f8e7 b1c3 f6e4 c1d2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Petrosian system E = E12 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 a2a3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Riumin Variation E = E16 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 f8b4 c1d2 b4e7 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Rubinstein Variation E = E15 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 c7c5 d4d5 e6d5 f3h4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Indian: Yates Variation E = E16 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 g2g3 c8b7 f1g2 f8b4 c1d2 a7a5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn Game E A46 ®

Queen‘s Pawn Game E D04 ®

Queen‘s Pawn Game, Chigorin Variation E = D02 1.d2d4 d7d5 g1f3 b8c6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn Game, Krause Variation E = D02 1.d2d4 d7d5 g1f3 c7c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn Opening E D00

Queen‘s Pawn, Mason Variation E = D00 1.d2d4 d7d5 c1f4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn, Mason Variation, Steinitz counter-gambit E = D00 1.d2d4 d7d5 c1f4 c7c5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Anti-Veresov E = D00 1.d2d4 d7d5 b1c3 c8g4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Bronstein gambit E = A45 1.d2d4 g8f6 g2g4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Charlick (Englund) gambit E = A40 1.d2d4 e7e5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Chigorin Variation E = D00 1.d2d4 d7d5 b1c3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: English defence E = A40 1.d2d4 b7b6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Englund gambit E = A40 1.d2d4 e7e5 d4e5 b8c6 g1f3 d8e7 d1d5 f7f6 e5f6 g8f6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Franco-Indian (Keres) defence E = A40 1.d2d4 e7e6 c2c4 f8b4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Keres defence E = A40 1.d2d4 e7e6 c2c4 b7b6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Lundin (Kevitz-Mikenas) defence E = A40 1.d2d4 b8c6 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Mengarini attack E = E60 1.d2d4 g8f6 c2c4 g7g6 d1c2 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: stonewall attack E = D00 1.d2d4 d7d5 e2e3 g8f6 f1d3 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Torre attack E = A46 1.d2d4 g8f6 g1f3 e7e6 c1g5 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Torre attack, Wagner gambit E = A46 1.d2d4 g8f6 g1f3 e7e6 c1g5 c7c5 e2e4 [JM] ®

Queen‘s Pawn: Yusupov-Rubinstein system E = A46 1.d2d4 g8f6 g1f3 e7e6 e2e3 [JM] ®

queen‘s-pawn openings pE [used with a sing. v.] A class of openings in which the pawn in front of the queen is advanced two squares on the first move. [CC] ® Damenbauernspiele p

Queen’s Cross E = Damenkreuz: Steht die weiße Dame in einem Bereich, der von den Feldern b5-d5-d7-e7-e5-g5-g4-e4-e2-d2-d4-b4-b5 kreuzartig umschlossen wird, ist es möglich das Maximum an zwölf verschiedenen Matts der Dame zu konstruieren. Es handelt sich hier also um eine Häufungsaufgabe (Task). [GS] ® Damenkreuz

queening E ® promotion in a queen but not in a Rook, Bishop or Knight (= promotion [CC] ® Umwandlung ® in eine Dame umwandeln v ® Damenumwandlung

Queening Square E The target square for a pawn attempting to promote. [SC] The 8th rank square to which a pawn is moved, and then must be promoted. This promotion square is called the queening square because the promotion choice is nearly always a queen. ® Umwandlungsfeld

Queens Futurity Invitation E (Turnier) [Jamacia]

Queen's Gambit Accepted = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Accelerated Mannheim Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Qa4+ = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Alekhine Defense = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 a6 = D22 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Alekhine Defense, Borisenko-Furman Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 a6 4.e4 = D21 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Alekhine Defense, Haberditz Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 a6 4.e3 b5 = D22 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Bogoljubow Defense = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Nc3 a6 5.e4 = D24 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Central Variation, Alekhine System = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 Nf6 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Central Variation, Greco Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 b5 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Central Variation, McDonnel Defense, Somov Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 e5 4.Bxc4 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Central Variation, McDonnell Defense = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 e5 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Central Variation, Modern Defense = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 Nc6 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Central Variation, Rubinstein Defense = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 c5 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Central Variation, Rubinstein Defense, Yefimov Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 c5 4.d5 b5 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Classical Defense = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Bxc4 c5 = D26 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Classical Defense, Alekhine System, Smyslov Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Bxc4 c5 6.O-O a6 7.Qe2 b5 8.Bb3 Bb7 9.Rd1 Nbd7 10.Nc3 Bd6 = D29 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Classical Defense, Rubinstein Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Bxc4 c5 6.O-O a6 7.a4 = D27 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Classical Defense, Russian Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Bxc4 c5 6.O-O a6 7.e4 = D27 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Classical Defense, Steinitz Variation, Development Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Bxc4 c5 6.O-O Nc6 = D26 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Classical Defense, Steinitz Variation, Exchange Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Bxc4 c5 6.O-O cxd4 = D26 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Furman Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Bxc4 c5 6.O-O a6 7.dxc5 Bxc5 = D27 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Godes Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nd7 = D21 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Gunsberg Defense, Prianishenmo Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 c5 4.d5 Nf6 5.Nc3 e6 6.e4 exd5 7.e5 = D24 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Janowski-Larsen Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 Bg4 = D25 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Linares Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 c5 4.d5 Nf6 5.Nc3 b5 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Mannheim Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Qa4+ = D23 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Old Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e3 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Old Variation, Billinger Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e3 e5 4.Bc4 exd4 5.Qb3 Qe7 6.a3 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Old Variation, Christensen Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e3 e5 4.Bc4 exd4 5.Qb3 Qe7 6.Nf3 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Old Variation, Korchnoi Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e3 e5 4.Bc4 exd4 5.Qb3 Qe7 6.Kf1 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Old Variation, Novikov Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e3 e5 4.Bc4 exd4 5.Qb3 Qe7 6.Nd2 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Rosenthal Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 e6 = D21 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Saduleto Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 = D20 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Showalter Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Nc3 = D24 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Slav Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 b5 = D21 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Smyslov Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 g6 = D25 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Accepted, Winawer Defense = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 Be6 = D25 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Declined, Harrwitz Attack, Two Knights Defense = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 Be7 5.Bf4 0-0 6.e3 Nbd7 = D37 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Declined, Harrwitz Attack, Two Knights Defense, Blockade Line = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 Be7 5.Bf4 0-0 6.e3 Nbd7 7.c5 = D37 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Declined, Knight Defense, Alekhine Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Bg5 Nbd7 5.Nf3 h6 6.Bh4 dxc4 = D51 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Declined, Ragozin Defense, Vienna Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 Bb4 5.Bg5 dxc4 = D39 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Declined, Vienna Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 dxc4 = D44 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Declined, Vienna Variation, Quiet Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 dxc4 5.e3 = D44 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Albin Counter Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e5 = D08 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Albin Counter Gambit, Alapin Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e5 3.dxe5 d4 4.Nf3 Nc6 5.Nbd2 = D08 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Albin Counter Gambit, Fianchetto Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e5 3.dxe5 d4 4.Nf3 Nc6 5.g3 = D09 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Albin Counter Gambit, Lasker Trap = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e5 3.dxe5 d4 4.e3 Bb4+ 5.Bd2 dxe3 = D08 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Albin Counter Gambit, Tartakower Defense = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e5 3.dxe5 d4 4.Nf3 c5 = D08 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Austrian Defense, Gusev Counter Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c5 3.cxd5 Nf6 = D06 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Austrian Defense, Haberditz Variation = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c5 3.cxd5 Nf6 4.e4 Nxe4 5.dxc5 Qa5+ = D06 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Baltic Defense, Argentinian Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 Bf5 3.cxd5 Bxb1 4.Qa4+ c6 5.dxc6 Nxc6 = D31 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Chigorin Defense, Lazard Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 Nc6 3.Nf3 e5 = D06 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Chigorin Defense, Modern Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 Nc6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 dxc4 = D06 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Chigorin Defense, Tartakower Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 Nc6 3.Nc3 e5 = D06 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Marshall Defense, Tan Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 Nf6 3.cxd5 c6 = D06 [GL]

Queen's Gambit Refused, Zilbermints Gambit = E 1.d4 d5 2.c4 b5 = D06 [GL]

Queen's Gambit, General = 1.d4 d5 2.c4 = D06 [GL]

Queen's Indian Defense, Classical Variation, Polugayevsky Gambit = E 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 b6 4.g3 Bb7 5.Bg2 Be7 6.O-O O-O 7.d5 exd5 8.Nh4 = E17 [GL]

Queen's Indian Defense, Classical Variation, Taimanov Gambit = E 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 b6 4.g3 Bb7 5.Bg2 Be7 6.O-O O-O 7.d5 exd5 8.Nd4 = E17 [GL]

Queen's Indian Defense, Kasparov-Petrosian Variation, Polovodin Gambit = E 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 b6 4.Nc3 Bb7 5.a3 d5 6.cxd5 Nxd5 7.e4 = E12 [GL]

Queens Indian formation, English E = A17 1.c2c4 g8f6 b1c3 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 [JM] ®

Queens Indian, Romanishin Variation, English E = A17 1.c2c4 g8f6 b1c3 e7e6 g1f3 b7b6 e2e4 c8b7 f1d3 [JM] ®

QUEEN'S LEAP; The fers's (queen')s leap is introduced in Spain by Ibn-Ezra. E [BW] = 1140

Queens Pawn Counter-Gambit E ® Mittelgambit im Nachzuge

QUEENS; Greatest number of queens appear on board, 7. Konopleva-Schmidke. E [BW] = 1968

queenside castling E ® große a Rochade ® lange a Rochade

Queenside E The files on the queen‘s half of the board (a, b, c and d) [SC] E ® Damenflügel

Queenstown Daily Repr. Q

Quelle 1 Publikationsorgan Quellenangaben ® Quellenarbeiten ® Quellenregister ® source index, index of sources ® Quellenverzeichnis ® source E

Quelle 2 (= Indien): Goethe ® Zugleich hatte man aus derselben Quelle ... ® source E

Quelle, Helmut, ELO IV 1997 = 2164

Quellenangaben fp ® E

Quellenarbeiten fp ® E

Quellenregister fp ® source index, index of sources

Quellenverzeichnis f ® E

Quelques auteurs du dernier demi-siecle, 125 problemes et ~ ® 125 problèmes et quelques auteurs du dernier demi-siecle FQ

Querquisites pE 1) Ideevorläufer - nur auf den König bezogen: Kings move in the manner of the piece originally on the files they occupy (e.g., wKb3 moves as S. If 1.Ka1, the K then moves as R, etc. [A. J. Fink, 1158 The Chess Amateur, VIII/1928, S. 193]. 2) mit pièces volages pF [C. S. Kipping, The Chess Amateur , VIII/1928, S. 893]. 3) Ideevorläufer zu Half-queens chess E - nur auf den König bezogen: Kings move in the manner of the piece originally on the files they occupy (e.g., wKb3 moves as S. If 1.Ka1, the K then moves as R, etc.). [A. J. Fink & J. Gottfried, The Chess Amateur, VIII/1928, S. 193-194:] 4) = Queen Perquisites, neu erfunden als ® Odysseus. [J. E. H. Creed, Fairy Chess Review VI/1947] ® Odysseus

Querschach n ® E

Querschach, Würfel- ® Würfelquerschach

Quest of Type C ® E

questionable a move E („?!“) ® fragwürdiger a Zug ® ?!

Quetsche, Trapez- ® Trapezquetsche

Queue problems Q PUUSA, A. (25cm x 18cm, 23pp, stapled, cream edge). A treatise on series-movers with the queue theme, the task being to calculate the number of different permissible move orders. Suomen Tehtavaniekat, 1992. [BL]

Quevedo, Luis Torres y (1852-1936) Spanish engineer who built the first true automaton, El Ajedristica. It automatically played the endgame of King and Rook against King from any position without any human intervention. [CT]

QUEVEDO; Leonardo Quevedo born. Inventor of the 1st chess playing machine. E [BW] = 1852

QUEVEDO; Leonardo Torres y Quevedo d. Created Ajedrecista, a chess automaton. E [BW] = 1939

quibble E ® Wortspiel

quick a chess tournament / tourney E ® Schnellschachturnier

quick a composing tourney E ® Schnell-Kompositionsturnier

quick a draw E ® Schnelles a Remis

quick a tourney E ® Schnellturnier

quick a win E ® Schneller Gewinn

Quick Play Finish Rules pE ®

Quick-Chess E [Variant Chess 1993-1996 S. 70] ® Schnellschach

quick-composing tourney E ® Schnellkompositions-Turnier

Quick-Play E

quickplay finish E ® Zeitnotphase

Quick-Play Finish-Regeln fp ®

quiet a continuation E ® stiller a Zug

quiet a move E ® stiller a Zug

quiet a nature of a position E ® ruhiger a Charakter einer Stellung

Quike, Julien K, *2.11.1908, F

quinary a play E ® „Quintär-Spiel“ Spiel 6-ten Grades bei Fortgesetztem Angriff oder Fortgesetzter Verteidigung.

Quindeau, André, ELO IV 1997 = 2119

Quindt, Paul & Julius Dohrn-Lüttgens - Neues über Allumwandlungen in Hilfsmattaufgaben. Q [a) Feenschach-Aufsätze III 1961 Bl. 57-61; b) Ergänzungen von John Niemann ® Feenschach VII-VIII 1961 Bl. 445

Quindt, Paul & Richard Förster - Duplex-Hilfsmatt-Zweizüger. Q [Feenschach III 1959 Bl. 351]

Quindt, Paul K, *26.06.1901-13.02.1961, D

Quinn, Anthony The famous Zorba the Greek has been a longtime fan of the game. E [TR]

Quinn, Mark FM IRL, ELO VI 1998 = 2350

Quinones b. Peru IM 1963. E [BW] = 1941.01.14

Quinteros Variation, Sicilian E = B27 1.e2e4 c7c5 g1f3 d8c7 [JM] ®

Quinteros, Argentine IGM, born. IM 1970. GM 1973. E [BW] = 1947.12.28

Quinteros, Miguel A. GM ARG, ELO VI 1998 = 2510. Argentine Grandmaster who, in 1987, was barred from playing in FIDE events for three years because he played in South Africa. Quinteros was the first grandmaster to visit South Africa since 1981. He gave simultaneous exhibitions in Cape Town, Sun City and Johannesburg. He is married to a former Miss Philippines. [CT]

Quintupelbauer m ® quintuple pawn E

quintuplication E ® Verfünffachen n, Verfünffachung f

Quisquilien, Schach- ® Schach-Quisquilien p

Quist, Johan FM NED, ELO VI 1998 = 2300

Quist, Sven, ELO IV 1997 = 2125

quite well aE ® ganz gut a

quitting a cutting point E ® schnittpunktverlassend einen Schnittpunkt verlassend

Quiz, Schach- ® Schachquiz

Quo Vadis Garry? Q Adorjan 291 Seiten - kartoniert - Dreier 1990

Quo vadis-Bauern-Schach n Erreicht ein Bauer seine Umwandlungsreihe, so muss er sofort in einen beliebigen Stein umgewandelt werden. Davon ausgenommen sind Umwandlungen in Könige und in Bauern der eigenen Farbe; Umwandlungen in gegnerische Bauern oder Figuren sind möglich. Wandelt sich ein Bauer auf einem Eckfeld in einen gegnerischen Turm um, so erhält dieser auch das Rochaderecht. Wandelt ein Bauer in einen gegnerischen Bauern um, muss dieser im nächsten Halbzug auf seine eigene Bauerngrundreihe ziehen. Wird bei der Umwandlung Schach geboten, das durch den erzwungenen nachfolgenden Bauernzug auf die Bauerngrundreihe nicht pariert werden kann, ist der König matt. Durch die Zusatzforderung „rex inclusiv“ sind auch Umwandlungen in Könige (beider Farben) möglich. Dann gelten die Regeln von Rex multiplex. [A. Buckenhofer, feenschach 83, IV-VI/1987, S. 67-68)]® E

Quodlibet DE Je Variante muss wenigstens eine von mehreren alternativen Forderungen erfült werden. [Erich Bartel] ® quodlibet E ® will E ® any E

Quotations pE ®

Quote, Remis- ® Remisquote ® Quote

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