Master the Grunfeld Structure - Part 3
GM Mihail Marin
Welcome to the third article of our series concerning the Grunfeld structures. In the previous article, we were dealing with White's idea to create a central passed pawn by playing d4-d5. We have seen that such a central pawn has a number of advantages and drawbacks.
This time, however, we are going to examine some situations when White goes for d4-d5 without creating a passed pawn. As I have pointed out in the previous article, such an idea could seriously restrict Black's active options.
For once, we will see Kasparov unable to deal with the critical situation.