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Actually, I am. There comes a point (about 150) when the serious threat
represented by a minority attack becomes a realistic game plan. And at master
level, there is a school of thought that suggests the best way to win with
the Queen's Gambit Declined as White is to play the minority attack in the
Exchange Variation. I can remember several Swiss tournaments where Keith
Arkell ground out a couple of his valuable wins using this line, without
apparent effort. The other classic setting for the minority attack is the
Sicilian Defence, and Pal Benko has been a great exponent of this winning
The Closed Sicilian
Chris Bellers, 1995
An Exeter Chess Club booklet
The Closed Sicilian with 6...e5 7. Nh3 2
Holland-Whiteley, 1995 2
Crickmore-Bellers 1983 3
Variation with 6...e5 7. Nh3 exf4 4
Variation with 6...e5 7. Nf3 4
Further examples for study: 5
White cannot castle Queen's-side into Black's counterplay 5
Jackson - Regis, Plymouth-Exeter, 1993 5
White's f4 may block squares for the Knight and dark-squared bishop 5
Smyslov - Botvinnik, Moscow, 1954 5