Such has been the expectation aroused by the great works of John Watson on modern chess strategy, and his lucid books on openings, it is natural that we now offer a strategic repertoire of openings.
For the chess player, this book becomes a kind of universal panacea: a flexible repertoire that poses real problems for his opponent, and it does not require massive storage or ongoing study on the ever-changing opening theory. Although the book can not guarantee success, Watson proposes a series of selected lines, with ample room for creativity to the board, which should not lead to a nondescript tables.
The repertoire is based on the initial moves 1.d4 and 2.c4, following methodical play in the middle. Watson uses its vast theoretical knowledge to draw sharp orders plays and poisonous sequences that force opponents to think for themselves, posing a real challenge of chess understanding. Throughout the work, discusses strategies for both sides, so that readers will be aware of possible inaccuracies, and will have, so that necessary to choose the most appropriate plans for white tools.
International Master John Watson is one of the most respected authors chess world. His libroSecretos of modern chess strategy (Editorial Chess House, 2008) won the award for best book of the year, both the US and in the UK. It also reviews books for The Week in Chess site and deals with a weekly radio program Internet Chess Club. His best-selling book (in four volumes) Mastering the Chess Openings has consolidated its reputation and authority as an expert on opening theory.
- Editorial La Casa del Ajedrez
- Autor Watson, John
- Format 17 x 24 cm.
- Binding Paperback
- Pages 158
- Edition 1ª 10/2013
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 978-84-92517-46-6
- EAN-13 9788492517466
- Year of publication 2013