Titled players, correspondence players and club players shed their light on opening developments and search for the truth together. With contributions by Alexey Kuzmin, Viacheslav Zakhartsov, Nenad Sulava, and many others.
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 Alexey Kuzmin, Viacheslav Zakhartsov, Nenad Sulava, and many others. Sosonko’s Corner Sosonko’s Corner features some striking examples of players who violate all the opening rules this time. Sosonko looks at the famous decisive European Championship game Nepomniachtchi-Jobava in detail, and gives examples from other notorious rule violators like Morozevich and Zviagintsev. Book Reviews Glenn Flear reviews a quite varied collection of books this time: from comprehensive works like Volume 2 of Boris Avrukh’s ‘Grandmaster Repertoire: 1.d4’ and the English edition of Paul van der Sterren’s ‘Fundamental Chess Openings’ to the highly specialized ‘The Moscow & Anti-Moscow Variations’ by expert GM Alexey Dreev, to labours of love like Vladimir Barsky’s ‘The Scotch Game for White’ and ‘Play the Ponziani’ by correspondence players Dave Taylor & Keith Hayward. And if you want to learn a cutting-edge grandmaster repertoire, ‘Wojo’s Weapons’ by Jonathan Hilton and Dean Ippolito might be a good try. Surveys Sicilian Defence - Najdorf Variation 7...Qb6 8.Qd3 - SI 8.1 - Karolyi Sicilian Defence - Najdorf Variation 6.Be3 e5 - SI 14.8 - Laine Sicilian Defence - Najdorf Variation 6.Be3 e6 - SI 19.16 - Ninov Sicilian Defence - Hyper-Accelerated Dragon 2...g6 - SI 43.1 - Matamoros/Mogranzini French Defence - Steinitz Variation 7...Be7 - FR 4.4 - Anka Caro-Kann Defence - Exchange Variation 4.Bd3 - CK 2.16 - De Dovitiis Caro-Kann Defence - Advance Variation 4.Nd2 - CK 4.2 - Mchedlishvili Alekhine’s Defence - Modern Variation 4...g6 - AL 11.12 - Van der Tak Petroff Defence - Steinitz Variation 3.d4 - RG 2.1 - Finkel Petroff Defence - Jaenisch Variation 6...Be7 - RG 6.12 - Lukacs/Hazai Ruy Lopez - Berlin Variation 6.de5 - RL 7.4 - Matamoros Franco Ruy Lopez - New Arkhangelsk Variation 6...Bc5 - RL 12.6 - Lukacs/Hazai Ruy Lopez - Open Variation 9.Nbd2 - RL 29.4+10 - Van der Tak Italian Game - Two Knights Defence 4.d3 - IG 1.4 - Boersma Italian Game - Giuoco Piano 5.d4 - IG 2.5 - Kaufman King’s Gambit - Fischer Variation 3...d6 - KG 2.1 - Jensen Slav Defence - Slow Slav 4.e3 - SL 1.7 - Ikonnikov Slav Defence - Chebanenko Variation 4...a6 - SL 3.1 - Olthof Slav Defence - 5.g3 Line - SL 6.2 - Sokolov Catalan Opening - Accepted 5...Bb4 - CA 3.1 - Vladimirov Nimzo-Indian Defence - Ragozin Variation 6...h6 - NI 27.2 - Mchedlishvili Nimzo-Indian Defence - Vienna Variation 7.e5 - NI 27.14 - Scherbakov Queen’s Indian Defence - Bogo-Indian 4.Bd2 c5 - QI 1.5 - Antic Grünfeld Indian Defence - Exchange Variation 5.Bd2 - GI 3.3/7.3 - Gupta King`s Indian Defence - Fianchetto Variation 6...Nbd7 - KI 64.4 - Vilela Benoni Defence - Fianchetto Variation 7.g3 - BI 9.3-9.16 - De Dovitiis Benoni Defence - Modern Main Line 7.Bf4 - BI 12.11 - A. Kuzmin Dutch Defence - Leningrad Variation 7...Qe8 - HD 6.14 - Panczyk/Ilczuk Dutch Defence - 2.Bg5 Line - HD 12.12 - Moskalenko English Opening - Symmetrical Variation 4...b6 - EO 46.2 - S. Kasparov English Opening - Anti-Anti-Grünfeld 1...g6 2.e4 e5 3.d4 - EO 62.4 - Stohl English Opening - Early Divergences 5.d3 d6 6.Bg5 - EO 64.10 - Marin
- Casa editrice New in Chess
- Code 0295
- Anno 2010
- Pagine p. 248