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A Complete Guide to Queen's Gambit Play

accepted, declined, slav, semi-slav

544 Seiten, kartoniert, Everyman, 1. Auflage 2018

21,54 €
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Three classic titles from the Everyman Chess Starting Out Series in one volume.

Starting Out: Queen's Gambit Accepted by Alexander Raetsky and Maxim Chetverik

Starting Out: Queen's Gambit Declined by Neil McDonald

Starting: Slav Semi Slav by Glenn Flear

The Queen's Gambit Accepted (QGA) is Black's simplest way of dealing with one of White's most fashionable openings, the Queen's Gambit. Black grabs the gambit pawn and thus refuses to succumb to the passive positions so typical of the Queen's Gambit Declined. This direct and uncompromising way of playing gives rise to dynamic positions where both sides have excellent chances to play for the win. It's no surprise that the QGA has attracted many high-class advocates, including Garry Kasparov and Vishy Anand.

The Queen's Gambit Declined is an opening of great historical importance and Black's fundamental answer to 1 d4. From the very first move Black obtains a firm foothold in the centre, something that White finds extremely hard to undermine. Indeed, Black often bases his entire strategy around this control. The soundness of the Queen's Gambit Declined has never been in question, and its supporters at the highest level include a long list of Grandmasters headed by Kasparov, Kramnik, Karpov and Short, as well as many World Champions from the past.

The very closely linked Slav and Semi-Slav Defences are two of the most popular and combative openings that Black can play against the Queen's Gambit. They have provided the battleground for thousands of exciting encounters between the world's chess elite, including Garry Kasparov, Vishy Anand, Vladimir Kramnik, Alexei Shirov and Alexander Morozevich. Players of all levels are attracted to the Slav and the Semi-Slav because they are solid, dependable defences that do, however, promise abundant possibilities for dynamic counterplay.

Weitere Informationen
Gewicht 875 g
Hersteller Everyman
Breite 15 cm
Höhe 22,9 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2018
Autor Alexander RaetzkiMaxim ChetverikNeil McDonaldGlenn Flear
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 9781781944622
Seiten 544
Einband kartoniert

Starting out: Queen's Gambit Accepted:

004 Bibliography

005 Preface

Seizing Space with 3 e4

007 1 3 e4: Black Undermines White's Centre

036 2 3 e4 e5: Black Counters in the Centre

The 3 Nf3 Main Line (3 Nf3 Nf6 4 e3 e6 5 Bxc4 c5)

053 3 The Furman and Steinitz Variations

071 4 6 0-0 a6 7 a4 and Rare 7th moves

101 5 The Old and the New: 7 Qe2 and 7 Bb3

Less Popular Variations

121 6 3 Nf3 Nf6 without 4 e3 e6

142 7 Black Refrains from 3 Nf3 Nf6

156 8 White's Third Move Alternatives

166 Index of Variations

171 Index of Complete Games


Starting out: Queen's Gambit Declined:

005 Introduction

007 1 Starting Moves and Strategy

025 2 Tartakower's Defence

064 3 Lasker's Defence

080 4 The Classical Defence

106 5 The Cambridge Springs Defence

122 6 The Exchange Variation

159 7 White plays Bf4

187 Index of Variations

190 Index of Complete Games


Starting out: Slav and Semi-Slav:

004 Bibliography

005 Introduction

Part 1: The Slav

009 1 The Main Line Slav: 5 a4 Bf5

035 2 Black's Fifth Move Alternatives

049 3 Gambit Lines: 5 e4, 5 Ne5 and 5 e3

066 4 The Quiet 4 e3

078 5 The Exchange Variation

090 6 The Chameleon Slav: 4...a6

106 7 The Slav with ...g7-g6

Part 2: The Semi-Slav

120 8 The Botvinnik Variation: 5 Bg5 dxc4

138 9 The Moscow Variation: 5 Bg5 h6

159 10 The Meran Variation

183 11 Black avoids the Meran

201 12 White avoids the Meran

223 13 Early Deviations

245 Quick Quiz

249 Index of Variations

252 Index of Complete Games