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New in Chess Yearbook 136 (hc)

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256 Seiten, gebunden, New in Chess, 1. Auflage 2020

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Gewicht 620 g
Hersteller New in Chess
Breite 17,5 cm
Höhe 25 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2020
Autor Jan TimmanDirk Jan ten Geuzendam
Reihe New in Chess Yearbook
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 9789056919078
Seiten 256
Einband gebunden

Forum

Like many Surveys in Yearbook 136, the Forum Section also shows that even in these difficult times we won’t be deprived of opening novelties. Han Schut and René Olthof provide snapshots of a novelty in the 4.d3 Berlin and a quite shocking blunder respectively, both by Magnus Carlsen. Regular contributor and Dragon fan Wayne Gradl comes up with an attack as Black in the Nimzo-Indian, played in an email game by himself, and Rafal Ogiewka continues to bombard us with his amazing discoveries.

From Our Own Correspondent

Erwin l’Ami, our columnist on correspondence chess, got carried away by a King’s Gambit he saw, resulting in ‘a full overview on this fantastic opening’ – 21st century style, of course. This column also features a deep analysis by guest contributor GM Krishnan Sasikiran, who has grown to be a prominent correspondence player, of a completely new idea in the Zaitsev line (the famous 9 ... e3 from the 1987 Kasparov-Karpov match) of the Reversed Sicilian.

Reviews

Glenn Flear reviews three books and two DVD’s. The English GM was surprised by the many creative findings by Semko Semkov in his book The Modern Triangle, and also by Daniel Hausrath’s debut Double Fianchetto, which offers a ‘lifestyle change’ involving a minimum of memory work. Ilya Odessky’s Winning Quickly with 1.b3 and 1 ... b6 is bewildering, strangely organized, but ‘tremendous fun’! The two DVD’s Flear reviews are by top theoreticians: Erwin l’Ami’s The Benko Gambit Explained and Rustam Kasimdzhanov’s The Benoni is back in business.

Surveys

1.e4 openings

Sicilian Defence - Hungarian Variation 4.Qxd4 - Gupta

Sicilian Defence - Najdorf Variation 6.Bd3 - Külaots

French Defence - Tarrasch Variation 3...h6 -Jones

Caro-Kann Defence - Exchange Variation 4.Bd3 - Mchedlishvili

Caro-Kann Defence - Advance Variation 4.c4 - Petrov

Caro-Kann Defence - Classical Variation 4...Bf5 - Tekeyev

Petroff Defence - Steinitz Variation 3.d4 - Ris

King’s Pawn Openings - Philidor Defence 3...f5 - Moll

King’s Pawn Openings - Ponziani Opening 3...Nf6 - Bosch

King’s Pawn Openings - Four Knights Opening 4.Bb5 Nd4 - Flear

1.d4 openings

Queen’s Gambit Declined - Blackburne Variation 5.Bf4 - Adams

Queen’s Gambit Declined - Alatortsev Variation 5.Bf4 Nf6 - Sokolov

Tarrasch Defence - Semi-Tarrasch 6.e4 - Saric

Catalan Opening - Bogo-Indian Variation ...Bb4+ - Ikonnikov

Catalan Opening - Open Variation 6...dxc4 - Ninov

Nimzo-Indian Defence - Classical Variation 4.Qc2 - Ponomariov

Nimzo-Indian Defence - Ragozin Variation 5.Qb3 - Yu Yangyi

Nimzo-Indian Defence - Ragozin Variation 5.cxd5 - Timman

King’s Indian Defence - Classical Main Line 9.Ne1 - Jankovic

King’s Indian Defence - Old Main Line 7...exd4 & 9...c6 - Ntirlis

King’s Indian Defence - Makogonov Variation 5.h3 - Szabo

King’s Indian Defence - Fianchetto Variation 6...Nc6 - Stella

Benoni Defence - The Bd3, h3 System - Lalic

Benoni Defence - Benko/Volga Gambit 7.e4 0-0 - Karolyi

Others

English Opening - Reversed Sicilian 2...c6 - Ilczuk and Panczyk