The collection presents Editorial Chessy with Grandmaster Repertoire 1 d4 has received many praises around the world, amateurs and professionals alike. Many grandmasters (and some of the world's elite) have not only studied Avrukh, but heaped enthusiastic praise.
The Israeli grandmaster, regular member of the strong national team, and almost always moving on the stretch of ELO 2650, now stands as theoretical authority.
For fans many of these new ideas that appear here and the author explains with remarkable clarity will provide comfortable victories and strategic knowledge of another level. Not necessarily must study all variants. A few well assimilated you will achieve very healthy and strong positions and end with the opening advantage.
The third volume is treating different less common systems but never go out of fashion: the Dutch (Leningrad, Stone Wall, Classical), the Tarrasch, the Czech Benoni and Benoni without Nf6, the Chigorin, Budapest and Fajarowicz, Modern the Wade (1 ... d6, 2 ... g4), the English (1 ... e6, 2 ... b6), India Antigua, Tango, Albin, System 1 ... d5 2 ... f5, etc. In all these variants Avrukh continually offers personal contributions, and great improvements with the white remains favorable prospects without hassle. Black has something to say, surely ...
We could say well that's repertoire Avrukh after 1 d4 is very healthy for all levels. 1 d4 player will have in the three volumes of this collection a work of exceptional positional consultation with multiple weapons and forceful offensive options.
GM Alexander Moiseenko the Ukrainian issued a categorical opinion that sums up the general feeling: "Avrukh could have written 10 books with these volumes". So dense it is this work.
- Editorial Chessy
- Autor Avrukh, Boris
- Format 16 x 23,5 cm.
- Binding Paperback, soft cover
- Pages 412
- Edition 1ª 04 / 2011
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 978-84-940320-3-5
- EAN-13 9788494032035
- Thematic Openings
- Collections Repertory of great masters. Avrukh
- Year of publication 2011