Blitz Adventure #17: Destruction in the Accelerated Indian Game

This was a fairly quick 32-move game where my opponent played a lesser known response to the Queens Gambit. The accelerated Indian Game focuses on getting the bishop to the long diagonal early to support the center while conceding the center initially. The critical action is for Black to play d5 attacking and contesting the center, instead in this game Black played c5 and trouble quickly ensued. My opponent hit time trouble having around 2 minutes at the end while I had upwards of 5 or so, this lead me to believe he was uncomfortable in the line and hadn’t prepared before.

Accelerated Indian Game
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 b6 3. Nc3 Bb7

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