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  • Author:
    John Watson,Eric Schiller
  • ISBN:
    1580420737
  • ISBN13:
    978-1580420730
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  • Publisher:
    Cardoza; First Edition edition (June 17, 2003)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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I normally do not like openings manuals, but if you must have one, this is a better choice than MCO. In fact, it is a cross between MCO and a typical Schiller openings encyclopedia

I normally do not like openings manuals, but if you must have one, this is a better choice than MCO. In fact, it is a cross between MCO and a typical Schiller openings encyclopedia. The advice is aimed at club players, which is something I like very much, as opposed to NCO (or even MCO) which contains best lines for masters. The openings here are not all off-the-wall gambits, although many of those are included.

If White wants to get out of book, . 4!? is a forceful way of declining the gambit. to the opening in the last decade or so, though most books continue the tradition of evaluating the line as slightly better for White. This is the normal recommendation for White. It is easy to play . xe4; . xe5 Bxf2+; . xf2 Qf6+; . f3 exf3; . xf3 Qxf3+; 1. xf3 Nge7; 1. 4 Bd7; 1. d3 with a slight edge for White, thanks to the bishop pair and control of the center. Ozga vs. Konikowski, Krakow 1971.

сохранитьСохранить Eric Schiller & John Watson - Survive & Beat Annoy. O Bxc3; 1. xc3 O-O; 1. b3+ Kh8; 1. e1 is considered only slightly better for White in Nunns Chess Openings, but it does look good, . для последующего чтения. 0Голоса против, отметить как бесполезное. Eric Schiller & John Watson - Survive & Beat Annoying Chess Openings. Загружено: Ivan Ristić. 12d5?!; 1. xd6 Qxd6; 1. xd6 cxd6; 1. a3 Rf6; 1. ad1 with an excellent game for White. And instead of 1. e1, 1. a3 may be even stronger, stopping any idea of d6.

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Start by marking Survive & Beat Annoying Chess Openings as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This is the chess doctor's handbook to the very popular traps and pitfalls faced by beginning and intermediate chess players. Opening traps are the single most annoying stratagem, that is, for unprepared players. Schiller and Watson provide practical remedies from both This is the chess doctor's handbook to the very popular traps and pitfalls faced by beginning and intermediate chess players.

Tactics in the chess opening Looking mostly at the recommended repertoire for young players from 8 Tactics. Modern Chess Openings - Bellaire Chess Club. 32 MB·14,737 Downloads. 101 Chess Tactics - The Definitive Book Of Chess: Discover Chess. 55 MB·19,501 Downloads. The chess notation that we will be using in 101 Winning Chess Tactics is called Algebraic Notation 101.

John Watson, Eric Schiller. This is the chess doctor's handbook to the very popular traps and pitfalls faced by beginning and intermediate chess players Survive and Beat Annoying Chess.

Schiller and Watson provide practical remedies from both the White and Black perspectives to the annoying variations that opponents will often choose instead of the well-known main lines

Schiller and Watson provide practical remedies from both the White and Black perspectives to the annoying variations that opponents will often choose instead of the well-known main lines. For key openings, the authors provide two separate remedies to appeal to both the attacking and positional player. Unique charts and graphics make learning these remedies easy and fun! 266 pages.

Survive and Beat Annoying Chess openings" (Cardoza) and "How to succeed in the Queen pawn openings" .

Survive and Beat Annoying Chess openings" (Cardoza) and "How to succeed in the Queen pawn openings" (Trafford) contain far more detail and depth, and "Handbook of Tricky Opening Strategies in Chess" (Hardinge Simpole),is a reprint of our earlier "Big Book of Busts". This course will provide remedies to some of the annoying pet openings that your opponents use against you. In this introduction I'll provide some generic advice that you can use whenever your opponent takes you out of familiar territory.

Nc6, Black can play the Philidor Defense(. 4 e5; . f3 d6), which is too cramped to be annoying to Whiteunless Black chooses sharp irregular lines like . 4 f5!? We will ana-lyze those carefully in separate sections. THE OPEN GAMES ASWHITE (. 4 e5). The Open Games as White12. Against . c4 there arent many irregular third moves to scareWhite. Black could adopt something uncommon like a HungarianDefense (. f3 Nc6; . c4 Be7), but such a passive defensedoesnt lead to sharp tactics and requires little special preparationby White.

This is the chess doctor's handbook to the very popular traps and pitfalls faced by beginning and intermediate chess players. Opening traps are the single most annoying stratagem, that is, for unprepared players. This book shows you how to handle these traps as both Black and White and to set the same traps yourself. Schiller and Watson provide practical remedies from both the White and Black perspectives to the annoying variations that opponents will often choose instead of the well-known main lines. For key openings, the authors provide two separate remedies to appeal to both the attacking and positional player. Unique charts and graphics make learning these remedies easy and fun! 266 pages