Killer Grand Prix

Killer Grand Prix

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Contents

Part 1: Introduction and Typical Ideas

1: Introduction
2: More on the move order
3: Plan 1 – The caveman attack! – Introductory Game: Jones- Zartaj Qd1-e1, Qe1-h4, f4-f5, Bc1-h6, Nf3-g5 and checkmate!
4: Plan 2 – The positional plan. – Introductory Game: Jones-Wall Bb5xc6 and then gang up on the c6 and c5 pawns.
5: Plan 3 – A typical Grand Prix Endgame. – Introductory Game, Jones-Rublevsky.

Part 2: 2…Nc6 3 f4 g6: The Main Line

6: Introduction to 2…Nc6 3 f4 g6
7: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Bates: 4 Nf3 Bg7 5 Bb5 Nd4 6 0-0 Nh6
8: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Van der Nat: 6…a6
9: Theory: The main line: 5 Nb5 Nd4 6 0-0 Nxb5

Part 3: 2…d6 3 f4!: A dream come true!

10: Introductory Game: Jones-Garner: 3…g6 4 Nf3 Bg7 5 Bb5+! with Bc4 to follow
11: Theory

Part 4: 2…e6 3 f4: Even the great will fall!

12: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Rublevsky: 3…d5 4 Nf3 dxe4
13: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Satyapragyan: 3…d5 4 Nf3 Be7 5 Bb5+!
14: Theory: Plans involving Black playing …e6 …d5 and …a6

Part 5: 2…a6: A flexible and modern defence

15: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Orlov: 2…a6 3 f4 b5 4 g3
16: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Ashwin, WJun Yerevan, ARM, 2007, 1-0: 2…a6 3 f4 b5 4 g3
17: Theory

Part 6: 2…Nc6 3 Bb5!?: The new and fashionable Grand Prix

18: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Abhishek: 3 Bb5 g6 4 Bxc6 dxc6 5 f4!
19: 3 Bb5 Nd4 4 Bc4 g6: 1st Tricky Line for Black.
20: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Nijboer: 2nd Tricky Line for Black
21: Theory

Part 7: Move Order Tricks and Important Side Lines

22: Introduction
23: Introductory Game: Jones-Carlin, London League, 2010, 1-0: 2 Nc3 e6 3 f4 Nc6 4 Nf3 Nge7!?

Part 8: The McShane Big Clamp

24: Introductory Game: McShane-Cheparinov
25: 2 Be2!?: A future possibility?

Part 9: An Overview of the Grand Prix!

26: A quick look at what White should do in all situations
27: Conclusion