The other plus is that black has to be cautious when trying to play e5. He may not be able to re-capture because your rook and queen are lined up against his queen on d8- which is not always defended. Now- this is clearly very double edged- I would describe it almost like a race. Your goal is to go for a very quick attack on the kingside, so black has to create play on the queenside, and if you are not careful you can easily get mated. But if white can get something going on the kingside with his pawns and the h-file, he should be winning.
Now in my experience I had very easy play as white. Well isn't the proper move Similar to 1. Nc3 d5.
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Or I've sometimes faced when trying to play the KID Bf4 g6 3. Nc3 d5 4. Qd2 Bg7 5.
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Bh6 O-O and I think Black is fine, striking back fast with c5. This leads to the Barry Attack, which is technically just fine for black, if not more, but which is a hell of a lot of fun for white. The Barry like the attack is pretty much what black players enjoy to meet.
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Nothing better than a satisfied, content opponent that has gone all in and is way to late to slam the brakes when the train is derailing. Remind me again why I should be discouraged from playing them? This is the hot new thing in the world of the London System. Dlugy has been playing it in his streams for the past couple of years and I believe Simon Williams did a video on it months ago.
The idea is to play similarly to the Yugoslav Attack against the Dragon. Unlike the Yugoslav, if Black knows what he is doing here he can equalize easily and often even turn the tables by aggressively attacking White on the queenside, but people almost never know how to properly handle this attack. For instance, after 1. Bf4 Bg7 3. Nf3 d6 4. If white just continues with 5. Bg3 Qe7 7. Nbd2 Ngf6, white's dark squared bishop, usually one of his strongest pieces in the London, is just completely locked in by the e5 pawn, and black's at least equal.
One nice thing about the London is that you can easily transpose into the Barry Attack vs. I'm asking the question because there was a comment mentioned in a chess book that I can't recall right now that said the London System can't beat the Modern. I kind of doubt that it actually said exactly that. It's however thoroughly unsuitable against a modern setup. The f4 bishop essentially bites stone if black plays d6. EDIT from d5. It's also in the way of a pawn on f4 if that's needed to shore up a central push.
It's not even effective against h6 as the modern often delays the development of the g8 knight. Add to that the extra effectiveness of the e7-e5 or e6-e5 push as it hits the bishop.
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