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Position after : h5 ,   last edited by   Sophie Leclerc   (1573)
[2009 May 11]

A new variation, Yugi variation, ( no, I don,t who got the idea), but black decide to delay castle and make this usefull move as this move gain even more control over the g4 square, it will be harder for white to continue with his pawn storm.

Black may want to play Bd7 and Nc6 before this move,

Can this be a good dragon variation. of course black may not castle at all.

right after making this strange, the play will normaly continue by white playing on kingside and black on the queen side. His king may go to the d7 square in order to find safety and connect his rook.

Contributors : Sophie Leclerc

[ECO "B75"] [Opening "Sicilian"] [Variation "Dragon, Yugoslav attack"]

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