Blitz Adventures#9: Old School vs New School

In this game I play White against Owen’s Defense which is 1.e4 b6 where Black’s aim is early fianchetto of the Queenside Bishop aim towards the center of the board. While fianchetto is usually a good plan to protect the Bishop and give it more scope doing so early on concedes the center to White. In Classic style I continue with 2.d4 and surprisingly Black proceeded to fianchetto his Kingside Bishop as well. Once I jumped the Knights into the action it was almost a perfect example of a Classical and Hyper modern take on the opening even if not done in the most efficient way possible. In the game White is able to control the center and continue playing along the Queenside flank as Black’s position becomes cramped and development is halted under the pressure of a central and flank side attack.

#9
The opening phase vs double fianchetto Bishops. 1. e4 b6 2. d4 Bb7 3. Nc3 g6 4. Nf3 Bg7 5. Bd2

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