Rubinstein managed to keep his pieces on the board and create an attack on the King-side. My game did not go in the same direction since my opponent took on c5 with his Bishop in the opening, which you will see in the video. Even though I won my game, which I was happy about, the way I played the opening has been bugging me after I made the analysis. In the game, I ended up trading off pieces and was left with a symmetrical and dry position. Therefore I’m left with the question:
How and why did I manage to get such a dry position out of the opening? And am I avoiding complications?
A question I’m still pondering, but you can watch my game report on my YouTube channel, but before you go watch the game, you can test yourself and see what you would play in this position from my game: