Stonewall Dutch Intermediate
1.How does black start here?
2.What should black play here? What do we always have to prevent white from doing?
A.f5, always play the same thing
B.d5, we need to watch out for e4
C.Bb4, always pin the knight if possible
D.Nf6 we need to watch out for e4
3.Do we pin the knight on c3 and transpose to a nimzo?
A.Yes, the nimzo is easier to play
B.Yes, but we still play the rest like a stonewall
C.No, keep the stonewall pure
D.No, now we have to play Be7
4.What should black play here?
A.Bd6, normal stonewall
B.c6 first, then Bd6
D.Ne4 because you want to play Ne4 as fast as possible
5.What should black do here?
6.What should black do here?
7.What do we do if white pushes c5?
A.Be7 and Ne4
B.Bc7 and try and break with b6
C.Bc7 and try and break with e5
D.Bc7 and Ne4
8.If white plays early Ba3 what do we do?
C.0-0 play normal stonewall
D.Qe7 to force the trade
9.If late b3 what should black do?
A.0-0 play normal stonewall
B.Ne4 take the outpost
C.b6, we need to fianchetto too
D.Qe7 to prevent Ba3
10.What should black do here?
A.Bxf4 white has bad pawn structure
C.0-0, let white capture
D.Ne4 if Bxd6 Nxd6
11.What should black do here?
12.Do we go b6 or Nbd7 first?
A.Nbd7, develop your minor pieces first
B.Nfd7, we're trying to play on the queenside
C.b6, we need to prevent c5
D.b6 Bb7, we need to protect c6 before Nbd7
13.Do we capture the knight on e5?
A. No, it gives white a strong pawn on e5
B.No, we play Ba3 to trade bishops
C.Yes, the pawn on e5 is weak
D.Yes, trading is fun and as a bonus it makes my coach mad
14.What is the problem for black here?
A.Line of fire, Nxc6
B.Line of fire,Nf7 white gets bishop pair
C.Line of fire, Nxd7
D.f3 white is going to push e4
15.What should Black watch out for here?
A.The pin, Nxd5
C.Nd2 and f3
D.Ne5 white takes the center
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