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loreta 73 ( +1 | -1 )
Has somebody a source and could share? About what they're speaking about (see quotes bellow):
Can somebody point a reference to?
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"Kramnik wrote an essay on the positional malleability of the Dutch opening's queen bishop. It overturned about a century of minor piece analysis done on the Dutch. People were convinced that the Dutch opening gave black just about the worst QB ever. Kramnik showed them that it was not quite as bad as people had thought, and possibly in fact just as good as any average QB you found in a 1. d4 opening.)"
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"<Kramnik's Theories on the Dutch> So theory has CHANGED... it turns out that in the year 2004 GM's can play the Dutch again. Suppose in the year 2034 they drop it like a hot potato again... "
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bucklehead 54 ( +1 | -1 )
Perhaps you can find what you're looking for... ..following the lead from this article: jeremysilman.com/book_reviews_rb/rb_dutch_stonewall.html

This is a review for a book called "Dutch Stonewall" by Jacob Aagaard, but the review text refers to "a chapter that Igor Khenkin and Vladimir Kramnik wrote on Modern Treatments of the Dutch Defense for Mark Dvoretsky and Artur Yusupov’s POSITIONAL PLAY." This book may have the information you seek...good luck!