In part four of William’s Stonewall series he examines a game played in 1946 by chess champion Mikhail Botvinnik that shows a clear example of how to continue with your attacking plan in the stonewall attack if black responds with a Fianchetto defense.

Full article on the Stonewall Attack available on William’s site, which includes a the full article, an interactive chessboard and more.

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William Stewart is a National Master. He specializes in Online Chess Tutoring and maintains a frequently updated Chess Blog

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