All chess players who have passed the beginner level need an opening repertoire. However, there are many types of repertoire, and dozens of openings to choose from.
From the beginner to the Grand Master, when comes to choosing your repertoire, the player faces a basic task: You must select openings that fit their style of play and you can play with confidence. The code should not require more work study and memorization of the player is capable of. In this book, the first to address these issues, the author provides with guidance on issues such as:
Play or main lines, marginal openings or universal systems
Avoiding certain orders of moves
How to use computers
Whether or not it is desirable, and when changing repertoire
The book is completed by an investigation of the role of models and an examination of the repertoire of some of the leading grandmasters.
Steve Giddins is a FIDE master English who regularly participates in international and frequent contributor to the British Chess Magazine tournaments.
- Editorial La Casa del Ajedrez
- Autor Marovic, Drazen
- Translator Antonio Gude Fernandez
- Format 7 x 24 cm.
- Binding Paperback
- Pages 144
- Edition 1ª 11 /2006
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 84-934786-8-7
- Temas Openings
- Year of publication 2006