I faced the Jobava London System again, in the same position I had several games ago, and I went for the same pawn sac line with c5, instead of the more common e6, NOT giving up a pawn. That line is fine for black, but it’s not my type of position. You have to play dynamically and constantly keep proving compensation for the lost pawn. If you slow down, allow white to develop and start actually using the extra queenside pawn, you’re lost. I, however, managed to simply blunder a piece in a one move tactic.
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