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Eslava Chebanenko according Bologan

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The move by Chebanenko, 4 ... a6 in the Slav Defense has grown into one of the leading systems for Black. It is extremely flexible and almost universal weapon against the Queen's Gambit.

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The move by Chebanenko, 4 ... a6 in the Slav Defense has grown into one of the leading systems for Black. It is extremely flexible and almost universal weapon against the Queen's Gambit.

The Chebanenko Eslava is very popular among the best players as Bologan, the author of this book, and Alexei Shirov. Both players club and like the Internet because it offers solidity to the black position and an active counterplay on all lines.

Variants resulting after the moves 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Nc3 a6 and all ultra modern ideas behind this gaming system.

But this chess book is also intended as a tribute to the inventor of this variant, Vyacheslav Andreevich Chebanenko. This enigmatic teacher was the mastermind of a strong generation of players.

REVIEWS:
Play 4 ... a6 in the Slav! I used to think it was a waste of time, but it is not! Alexei Shirov in the prologue.
"For serious players 1.d4 and Eslava, this book is a must. It is just excellent." Carsten Hansen, ChessCafe.
"Not many books around players of this caliber, and there are many who offer both new material either." GM Glenn Flear, Yearbook.
"Volumes of this type are not very often and this will be the standard for Chebanenko in the coming years." Bill McGeary, Chessville.
"The number of new analysis is impressive." James Vigus, author of "Play the Slav".

  • Editorial Esfera
  • Autor Bologan, Víktor
  • Format 16,5 x 24 cm
  • Binding Paperback
  • Pages 240
  • Edition 1ª 2009
  • Language Spanish
  • ISBN 978-99920-62-01-2
  • EAN-13 9789992062012
  • Temas Openings
  • Year of publication 2009

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