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The Evolution of Chess Opening Theory

From Philidor to Kasparov

220 Seiten, kartoniert, Hardinge, 2002.

Aus der Reihe »Hardinge Simpole Chess Classics«

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Why are certain openings fashionable and why do others vanish? Is this based on an objective evaluation or on mere whim? How were Openlugs principles first elaborated and by whom? And are the experts on openings always right? These questions and many others are answered by grandmaster Ray Keene in this survey which comrnences with the early days of chess science and finishes with the sophisticated and rigorous openings investigations, preparation and techniques conducted by the most successful and deadly openings practitioner of a11 time - Garry Kasparov. Raymond Keene is a British Chess Champion, and the first British Player to achieve a FIDE (World Chess Federation) Grandrnaster norm. He was awarded the üBE for services to chess in 1985. He is Chess Correspondent of The Times, The Sunday Times, The Spectator, and Tne International Herald Tribune. He is a prolific author of chess books, several of which are classics of the genre. He has organised three World Chess Championships.


Sprache Englisch
Autor Keene, Raymond
Verlag Hardinge
Reihe Hardinge Simpole Chess Classics
Medium Buch
Gewicht 220 g
Breite 14 cm
Höhe 21,5 cm
Seiten 220
ISBN-10 0951375768
ISBN-13 978-0951375761
Erscheinungsjahr 2002
Einband kartoniert


ix Introduction

001 Philidor's Defence 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 d6

011 The Gambit Openings: Some Nineteenth-century Views

022 Close Games: MacDonnell, Staunton and Others

038 The Ruy Lopez: Steinitz, and the Tarrasch-Chigorin Debate

059 Tarrasch and his Search for a Perfeet Defence to the Queen's Pawn Opening

075 Alekhine's Defence

090 Nimzowitsch and the Indian Defence

102 Reti and the Opening of the Future

117 The Aims of the Hypermodern Defences: Reti, Grünfeld and Spielmann

136 Bronstein and the King's Indian

151 Botvinnik's Changing Preferences: French, Caro-Kann and Pirc

171 Tal and the Modern Benoni

181 The Taimanov Sicilian

193 Spassky and the Revival of the Tarrasch Defence

202 Fischer and the Poisoned Pawn

213 Kasparov

219 Index of Players

The Evolution of Chess Opening Theory