A new way against the Bogo-Indian

Against the Bogo-Indian, White usually builds up with 5.g3. However, a practical disadvantage of this move is the fact that Black is usually very familiar with the variations that arise. Following an example of Sam Shankland, Lars Schandorff got interested in the new idea 5.e3, “that quickly leads to much less explored positions full of new possibilities for both sides”. In the new ChessBase Magazine #202, the Danish GM takes a closer look!

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