NBD2Nucleotide Binding Domain 2
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d5 4 Nbd2 Be7 5 B:f6 B:f6 6 e4 d:e4 7 N:e4 Nd7 8 N:f6+
e4 on pawn the of because advantage slight a retains white and Nbd2 2.
1 d4 Nf6 2c4e6 3 Nf3 d5 4 g3 dxc4 5 Nbd2 c5 6 dxc5 Really White has nothing better than to recover his pawn by 6 Qa4+.
10 Nbd2 c6 11 Qc2 Qb6 12 a4 a5 13 Bd3 c5 14 b3 Qd8 15 Bb5 This puts his opponent under some pressure because it will take several moves to shift the troublesome B.
Qa5+ 9 Nbd2 Ne4 10 Bf4 g5Black has the superior game after 10 ...
WHITE: SIMON FOWLER BLACK: RAYMOND WYNARCZYK Trompowski 1d4 Nf6 2 Bg5 d5 3 e3 Nbd7 4 Nf3 h6 5 Bh4 e6 6 Nbd2 c5 7c3 Be7 8 Bd3 a6 This is the attraction of White's system, neither B being hindered by the pawn chain.
6d4b57Bb3d58dxe5Be69c3 There are other ideas such as 9 Qe2 or 9 Nbd2 or 9 Be3