Bc5 in the Scotch Game
304 Seiten, kartoniert, Chrysalis
The second in the Lev Gutman series of books on the Scotch Game, following on from Qh4 in the Scotch Game. Many books have been written about this chess opening but most just cover old analysis and reproduce games from a database. This book is distinguished by its high-quality and original analysis, making it a 'must-buy' item for club and tournament players. This is the ultimate book on 4...Bc5 in the Scotch Game from the ultimate series on the opening.
Lev Gutman is an International Grandmaster who emigrated from Russia to Israel in the early 1980s and then went on to live in Germany. A former second of Viktor Korchnoi, he is also known as an outstanding expert on opening theory. One of Gutman's particular claims to fame is that he once won the Rigan Chess Championship and 'Free Fight' Championship in the same year. Not an author to be trifled with!