This book tries to help the Reader to get to know the Pirc Defence, both with black and white pieces. Who adopt it genrally? To whom can it be recommended? To players whose main object is not only to equalize with Black, what`s more, they would like to avoid such an intention on White`s part. To those who are fond of matterful, complicated positions, and with this end in view they are evenwilling to make ``sacrifices`` such as abandoning the centre to White and undertaking spatial disadvantage. Black undertakes these ``disadvantages`` not for good, and also not for without an equivalent. At the first given chance he launches an attack against the centre, firstly against the d4 square, with the guidance of the bishop developed to g7, but he does not renounce the attack of the e4 square either, forming his plan depending on how White develops. In the first place, this opening calls for strategical plans and knowledge. It has, of course, such variations, too, where concrete calculation and exact theoretical knowledge are decisive.
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