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Winning Quickly with 1.b3 and 1...b6

Odessky’s Sparkling Lines and Deadly Traps

464 Seiten, kartoniert, New in Chess, 1. Auflage 2020

27,43 €
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“I left chess in 2012. I did not touch it for several years. Then I decided to test my strength in Internet blitz. I started from scratch. The board floated before my eyes, and my knee twitched. Less than two months later, I crossed the grandmaster rating mark. My opponents, among them lots of players with a big name, played chess better than me. Surprisingly though, I knew more. On a small island of chess theory, onto which I lured them, I was better equipped. Much better! About 30% of the games ended in wins around the 20th move. A quarter of the games simply ended in mate. In all games, I opened with the moves 1.b3 and 1 ... b6."

International Master Ilya Odessky is the world’s leading expert on the 1.b3 and 1 ... b6 chess opening systems. Despite their apparent calm, these openings can get extremely sharp. Now Odessky presents his findings and achievements of recent years. His baffling traps will help you crush your opponents in the opening, with both White and Black.

Odessky admits that some of his lines may objectively be somewhat dubious. But in blitz and rapid games they will lead to spectacular play and many surprising wins. Ilya Odessky will entertain, amuse and surprise you in this highly unusual chess opening book full of ultra-romantic chess.

Ilya Odessky is an International Master from Russia, a well-known chess coach and a prolific author.

Weitere Informationen
Gewicht 450 g
Hersteller New in Chess
Breite 17 cm
Höhe 23,5 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2020
Autor Odessky
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 9789056918903
Seiten 464
Einband kartoniert

006 Explanation of symbols

Chapter One

007 In place of a foreword: 12 diagrams

Chapter Two

017 The opening 1.b3 (1...b6) and how to work with it

Chapter Three

139 Traps and their unsightly simplicity

Chapter Four

321 More than what’s left

457 Index of variations

461 Index of names