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Play 1...Nc6!

Wisnewski Christoph

In this original book, Christoph Wisnewski, who is renowned for his innovative and adventurous opening ideas, provides the reader with an ambitious and all-encompassing repertoire for Black against every main line opening that White can play, based on the initial move 1...Nc6.

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Are you constantly struggling with the black pieces? Can`t make up your mind which openings to play? Are you looking for something new: an all-in-one solution to your problems? Look no further!

In this original book, Christoph Wisnewski, who is renowned for his innovative and adventurous opening ideas, provides the reader with an ambitious and all-encompassing repertoire for Black against every main line opening that White can play, based on the initial move 1...Nc6. The principal components of this black repertoire are the uncompromising Chigorin Defence, a long-time favourite of the brilliant Russian Grandmaster Alexander Morozevich, and the equally tricky Nimzowitsch Defence, advocated by Britain`s first ever Grandmaster, Tony Miles.

Drawing upon his wealth of practical experience in this opening, which has produced a remarkable success rate and some notable Grandmaster scalps, Wisnewski uncovers the secrets behind 1...Nc6 and divulges his findings to the reader. He examines both the critical main lines and the tricky sidelines, and provides a thorough grounding in the crucial tactical and positional concepts for both White and Black. Reading through this book will allow you to begin playing 1...Nc6 with skill and assurance in your own games.

Coverage of a dynamic repertoire for Black
Written by a Chigorin and Nimzowitsch specialist
Deals with all of White`s main openings.

Information
  • Casa editrice Everyman Chess
  • Code 5722
  • Anno 2007
  • Pagine p. 268
  • Isbn 9781857445220

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