May 2000 Update
Thanks again all of you for your mail. I've had some fantastic contributions to this site from some very strong players and I will share all info with you over time. Please read the grab bag for my reactions and do remember that this is the time for me to reply as I can't do so personally. Many seem to wonder whether stuff gets here, but it does. Well probably!
Anyway for this month the Yugoslav Attack bit includes three games on the 9 Bc4, Rc8 without h5 variation in 16 Nb3. You all know what I'm talking about. If not, check them out anyway as they are all very entertaining encounters.
There is a frankly outrageous game (if I am to believe what I am seeing) where Grandmaster Zelcic is drubbed whilst trying to get a Yugoslav Attack out of an Accelerated Dragon (and I'm not talking with an early Bc4).
Finally hot off the press is a game which may resurrect the Semi-Accelerated Dragon as Black accepts the temporary king discomfort that accompanies 6 dxc6, see CW132 .
Space Invaders Black may be a rook down, but there is no stopping his huge passed pawn mass.
Wham bam thank you Maam! for Black in this apparantly tidy Yugoslav Attack encounter.
When pieces beat pawns Okay they can't promote, but in this storming Yugoslav Attack victory their other virtues certainly come to light.
Winning in the endgame Yes it is possible for Black to win with the queens off in the Maroczy Bind as an ex World Championship candidate demonstrates.
Keeping the queens on A fresh approach to the Maroczy bind in which Nd5 doesn't spell the end of the queens.
The Attempted Railroad White attempts to engineer a Yugoslav Attack from an Accelerated Dragon and he duly suffers the consequences.
The Saviour? A line possibly putting the Semi-Accelerated Dragon back on the map.
Until next month