Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings. Gary Lane
ISBN: 0713487127,9780713487121 | 178 pages | 5 Mb
Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings Gary Lane
Publisher: B.T. Batsford
3.Shipov: The complete Hedgehog, vol.I (I don't have yet the 2nd volume). For example, one often reads that a particular move conforms to 'opening theory' as is periodically published in such daunting tomes as Modern Chess Openings or The Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings. He explains vital strategies such as Pawn Structure, Knight Outposts, Bishops of Opposite Color, etc. I love the style of writing from Shipov. It's currently at its 15th edition, so it clearly is both current and successful. Champion Nick de Firmian's Modern Chess Openings book. This hyper-modern opening was invented by the former World Chess Champion Alexander Alekhine in 1921. Game is either a win, a draw, or a loss for one's choice of player, independent of any kind of material or positional consideration that might factor into the players' move choices, it makes sense to me to view the idea of perfect or unimprovable play in that light. Yasser Sierawan has a series called Winning Openings- All players have heard of ex U.S. The popularity of the The idea behind white's move is to secure a small spatial advantage. It's a modern version of the “the ideas behind the chess openings” from R. General Chess Ideas- This style is dominated by International Master Jeremy Silman.
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