Learn starts. Win with 1.e4
Create and maintain updated a good opening repertoire can be a very difficult task, since chess offers a huge number of lines to choose from.
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Create and maintain updated a good opening repertoire can be a very difficult task, since chess offers a huge number of lines to choose from. Among the rookies and players in training, there is a strong tendency to raise only those lines that contain tactical tricks and they can fool unsuspecting opponents. However, as the player progresses and its rivals are becoming stronger, it is normal that these clever variants not resist a serious analysis and suddenly be in the starting line without valid open arms.
In this installment of the collection APRENDA OPENINGS, Neil McDonald solves this typical problem, providing the reader with a strong and reliable repertoire for the white pieces, based on the popular first move 1.e4.
Lines recommended here have stood the test of time and are regularly used by Grandmasters. Reading this book will give confidence to play these variants against opponents of all levels, and allow you to have an arsenal of efficient and durable starts.
The work, as all of this collection contains numerous notes, tips and warnings that will be helpful to aspiring player.
Grandmaster Neil McDonald is an experienced player on the international circuit, with countless hits. He is also a talented coach. His books include Modern Defence, Winawer French and Dutch Leningrad. In the series OPENINGS APRENDA has written the English Opening.
- La Casa del Ajedrez
- McDonald, Neil
- Antonio Gude Fernandez
- 17 x 24 cm.
- 1ª 11 / 2009
- Learn openings
- Year of publication
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