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Yearbook 93

Many Grandmasters

Short shrift to the Caro-Kann.
Vachier-Lagrave`s wonderful Sicilian ideas.

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Forum Readers from all over the world join in discussions on previous surveys. Titled players, correspondence players and club players shed their light on opening developments and search for the truth together. With contributions by Mikhail Golubev, Viktor Moskalenko, Nikolay Ninov, Viacheslav Zakhartsov, Nenad Sulava, Atanas Kolev, Jose Vilela and many others. Sosonko’s Corner Is it absolutely forbidden to move your king in the opening? Genna Sosonko attends this moot question in his Corner in this issue. Modern play is so concrete that we shouldn’t adhere blindly to general rules, or should we? We learn what Botvinnik, Kortchnoi and Kramnik, but also Mir Sultan Khan and Rybka have to say about this. Book Reviews How modern are Garry Kasparov’s books ‘On Modern Chess’? You will know as soon as you have read Glenn Flear’s Reviews section. Of course, Flear hasn’t missed out on other modern opening works either. He investigates how ‘starting out’ a reader should be to grasp Richard Palliser’s ‘starting out: the Trompowsky attack’, celebrates another winner with Sabino Brunello’s ‘Attacking the Spanish’, and compares two different approaches to one opening in Victor Bologan’s ‘The King’s Indian’ and Krzysztof Panczyk and Jacek Ilczuk’s ‘the classical Kings Indian uncovered’. Where would a modern chess player be without such opening books? Surveys Sicilian Defence - Najdorf Variation 6.Bg5 - SI 4.6 - A. Kuzmin Sicilian Defence - Perenyi Attack 7.g4 - SI 19.14 - Ninov Sicilian Defence - Scheveningen Variation 7.g4 - SI 19.16 - Karolyi Sicilian Defence - Velimirovic Attack 14.Nf5 - SI 26.9 - Van der Tak Sicilian Defence - Nimzowitsch Variation 2...Nf6 - SI 43.5 - Panczyk/Ilczuk Sicilian Defence - Alapin Variation 2.Nf3 d6 3.c3 - SI 46.15 - Anka Pirc Defence - 4.Nge2 Line - PU 5.3 - Pelletier Pirc Defence - Austrian Attack 8...Rb8 - PU 13.12 - Finkel French Defence - Exchange Variation 3.ed5 - FR 1.4 - Appleberry/Okhotnik French Defence - Rubinstein Variation 7.c3 c5 - FR 7.4 - Vilela Caro-Kann Defence - Early Divergences 2.Ne2 - CK 1.3 - Fogarasi Alekhine`s Defence - Larsen Variation 4...de5 - AL 10.2 - Finkel Petroff Defence - Jaenisch Variation 8...Bf5 - RG 6.1+3 - Kolev Ruy Lopez - Exchange Variation 5.0-0 - RL 8.8 - Olthof Ruy Lopez - Open Variation 9.Nbd2 - RL 27.14 - Mikhalevski Italian Game - Max Lange Gambit 5.d4 - IG 2.1 - Gutman King`s Gambit - Fischer Variation 3...d6 - KG 2.1 - Jensen Various Openings - Chigorin Defence 3.Bg5 - VO 14.10 - Moskalenko Slav Defence - Accepted: Other Moves 4...Be6 - SL 1.1 - Pelletier Slav Defence - Krause Variation 6.Ne5 - SL 4.5 - Kaufman Slav Defence - Krause Variation 7...Nb6 - SL 4.5 - Lukacs/Hazai Slav Defence - Early Divergences 5.g4 - SL 6.10 - Vilela Slav Defence - Semi-Slav 6...Bd6 - SL 8.4 - A. Kuzmin Queen`s Gambit, Accepted - Central Variation 3.e4 e5 - QG 4.3 - Bosch Nimzo-Indian Defence - Classical Variation 4...0-0 - NI 20.3 - Ikonnikov Nimzo-Indian Defence - Ragozin Variation 4...dc4 - NI 27.16 - Lukacs/Hazai Bogo-Indian Defence - 4.Nbd2 Line - QI 1.11 - Antic Grünfeld Indian Defence - 4.Bf4 Line - GI 3.13 - Scherbakov Grünfeld Indian Defence - Stockholm Variation 5.Bg5 - GI 8.9 - Mikhalchishin King`s Indian Defence - Classical Main Line 9.b4 - KI 4.16 - Zakhartsov King`s Indian Defence - Classical Main Line 9.Nd2 Ne8 - KI 7.8 - Anka Queen`s Pawn Openings - Trompowsky Opening 2...e6, 3...c5 - QP 7.7 - De Dovitiis English Opening - Anti-Grünfeld Line 1...g6 2.e4 e5 - EO 62.1-4 - Stohl

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  • Casa editrice New in Chess
  • Code 0293
  • Anno 2009
  • Pagine p. 248

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