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Nimzo-Larsen Attack

Jacobs Byron, Tait Jonathan

The Nimzo-Larsen Attack (1.b3) enables White to take his opponent out of his stride from the very first move.

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The Nimzo-Larsen Attack (1.b3) enables White to take his opponent out of his stride from the very first move. By avoiding the theoretical landmines of openings such as the Sicilian and King`s Indian Defences, White is able to steer the games towards a pure battle of chess skill, rather than a test of memory. Furthermore, as the games of exponents such as Grandmaster Julian Hodgson have shown, the Nimzo-Larsen Attack often provokes an overreaction by Black, causing him to overextend his position and thereby leave himself open to an early knockout blow.
International Master Byron Jacobs is an experienced chess author and journalist, who has written extensively on all aspects of the game. His recent works include ``The Caro-Kann Advance`` and ``Starting Out in Chess``.
Jonathan Tait is a former British Correspondence Champion and editor of the quarterly magazine Correspondence Chess. He is well known for his analytical articles on many tactical opening systems.

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  • Casa editrice Everyman Chess
  • Code 4497
  • Anno 2001
  • Pagine p. 192
  • Isbn 9781857442861

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