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144 Seiten, kartoniert, Batsford Chess, 1998.

Aus der Reihe »Batsford Chess Opening Guides«

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The first book on this important opening for many years

The Exchange Variation of the Spanish Opening (Ruy Lopez) is a favourite with club players and grandmasters alike. It is a sound and highly respected opening where understanding the key ideas, plans and typical pawn structures is more important than memorizing long variations.

  • An opening championed on the White side by Fischer, Timman and Shirov, with the Black side being handled by (amongst others) Adams, Anand and Ivanchuk.

  • Full explanation of both the latest theory and important thematic ideas

  • Part of the Batsford Chess Opening Guides series, providing a rapid understanding of fashionable openings through the use of model games and clear explanations

Andrew Kinsman is an English International Master and a former Batsford chess editor. As a theoretical expert, he brings specialist knowledge to this opening survey. His best competitive result to date was his victory at the 1997 Wrexham Grandmaster tournament, where he achieved his first grandmaster norm.

Sprache Englisch
Autor Kinsman, Andrew
Verlag Batsford Chess
Reihe Batsford Chess Opening Guides
Medium Buch
Gewicht 230 g
Breite 15,6 cm
Höhe 23,3 cm
Seiten 144
ISBN-10 0713484713
Erscheinungsjahr 1998
Einband kartoniert

1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Bxc6 dxc6 006 Bibliography

007 Introduction

016 5 0-0 f6 6 d4 Bg4 c3

031 5 0-0 f6 6 d4 Bg4 dxe5

048 5 0-0 f6 6 d4 exd4

066 5 0-0 Bg4

082 5 0-0 Bd6

095 5 0-0 Qd6

118 5 0-0 Ne7

132 Odds and Ends (including 4...bxc6)

143 Index of Complete Games

Used by Lasker to defeat Capablanca at St Petersburg 1914 and Fischer to defeat Spassky in Sveti Stefan over three quarters of a century later, 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Bxc6 remains an underestimated opening weapon - Shirov being one of its latest adherents. The format of Andrew Kinsman's coverage is effectively the same as the excellent Chess Press series, now under the Batsford imprint. This series has been highly acclaimed for bringing the human touch back to opening books, using nice layout, carefully selected material and a good balance of explanatory text and detailed analysis, to make the subject matter attractive for the reader. 65 annotated games are given with a wealth of diagrams to help you remember typical positions and the right way to play them.

Chess monthly, September 1998

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