2015. Jimmy Liew. Everyman Chess. Paperback.
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9781781944776189,00 DKK 2018 The Vienna variation of the Queen’s Gambit Declined is a complex and fascinating system arising after 1 d4 d5 2 c4 e6 3 Nc3 Nf6 4 Nf3 Bb4 5 Bg5 dxc4. This counterattacking weapon has become increasingly popular over the last decade and is frequently seen in games played at the highest level. Many games featuring elite players such as Garry Kasparov, Magnus Carlsen, Vladimir Kramnik, Viswanathan Anand and Lev Aronian have started out in this variation. In this QGD/Nimzo-Indian hybrid play can become extremely sharp very quickly and an in-depth knowledge of the theory is essential. Black will often grab material but will suffer from a lack of development and an exposed king. This variation will suit well-prepared players who have good tactical awareness and relish hand-to-hand combat. A complete theoretical survey of an important variation A fascinating analysis of the battle between material and the initiative Written by leading theoreticians
9789492510211209,00 DKK In this modern era, Black players tend to prefer solid, computer-approved openings. Perunovic wanted therefor to present a completely new approach for Black. The Benko Gambit has been an unpopular choice since the computer isn’t too happy to lose a pawn unless absolutely necessary. When he started playing the Benko 10 years ago, it was a very good choice for open tournaments and weaker opponents, since it leads to an active game for Black. In time, he started using it against strong players as well, and came to realise that the opening was entirely applicable at even top levels. There is a secret danger for White: so long as White is up a pawn, the computer claims an advantage, but in practice it is very difficult for humans to make use of this theoretical advantage. The book presents a repertoire for Black after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 c5 3.d5 b5. Perunovics aim is to offer the essential variations and themes for Black, both in terms of concrete variations and conceptual ideas. In his opinion, the only way for White to test the Benko is to accept the gambit, the main line of this book. In this line he suggests 6...Bg7 instead of 6...Ba6, an idea which he came while analysing the opening with friend and a lifelong Benko Gambit player, GM Danilo Milanovic. After the ‘…Bg7’ move, entirely non-standard positions for the Benko may surface giving way to new motives for Black. Following White’s lengthy wandering, he believes the best continuation with ‘7.a7‘ has been found, after which very complicated positions arise, and Black has to show very precise skills to stay in the game. The ‘…Bg7’ variation became popular, Vladimir Kramnik used the ‘…Bg7’ variant earlier this year. Certainly, the ‘…Ba6’ variant is another possibility that is currently suffering because of the ‘e4 variation’, but Black has still some resources available to fight back, after all this is a ‘Fighters Repertoire’! With this book, Perunovic wants to revitalise the Benko and show that, although the computer isn’t that happy with Black’s positions in certain lines, his resources are impressive, especially in ‘THE PRACTICAL GAME’, because White will face many difficulties and Black’s counter attacks, no matter how well prepared he is.
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