Nc3 g6 4. Nf3 The Austrian Attack begins 1. Nf3, and was a favourite of Fischer. This direct, aggressive line is one of the most ambitious systems against the Pirc. Jan Timman has played the Austrian successfully with both colours.
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I have won many games using this opening and I decided to talk about it. You might have heard this opening with a different name like Yugoslav Defense or Ufimtsev Defence. Anyway, I think Pirc defense is an opening that you should study. Introduction to Pirc Defense The white pieces play common moves to secure the center: 1. Here is a common variant, 1.
Nc3 g6 4. Nf3 Bg7 5. A very interesting variation is the Austrian Attack. The blacks should stay calm and expedite their deployment. Many chess players prefer to play the Modern Pirc Defense orRobatsch Defense, which substantially is very similar to the one that we saw before. Illustrative games I have selected a few games in order to see the Pirc opening played by professional players. As always, I encourage you to study them and not to memorize them.
If you know the reason why a player is making then, you will improve your chess skills. Austrian Attack, Dragon Formation Austrian attack 6. Be3 Recommended Books and Courses Pirc Defense is a very interesting opening that many players prefer to use it. I can suggest some books that will help you master this opening.
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Pirc Alert!: A Complete Defense Against 1. e4