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222 Opening Traps after 1.e4

Muller Karsten, Knaak Rainer

This first volume contains all the important openings after 1.e4, such as the Italian, French, Spanish, Sicilian etc., as well as introductory texts with their typical motifs, with which one should be familiar. In this way, as a welcome side effect, the reader is guaranteed to improve his com­binative skill.

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Descrizione
Every chess player has gone through the experience of a game com­ing to an end before it ever really started. The reason is often one of the ubiquitous opening traps, which to the victim look quite `normal` moves - a piece is developed, something is captured, or a threat is set up and parried. The reply, for the most part an unusual one and there­fore totally unexpected, then almost inevitably leads to a rapid win for the `trapper`.

The two internationally recognised grandmaster authors - Rainer Knaak is considered an expert on the openings, and Karsten Müller on the endgame - therefore propose two main objectives:

- the student should master the traps in the openings he plays, in order to avoid disasters;
- but he can also systematically try to expand his opening reper­toire, in order himself to set traps.

This first volume contains all the important openings after 1.e4, such as the Italian, French, Spanish, Sicilian etc., as well as introductory texts with their typical motifs, with which one should be familiar. In this way, as a welcome side effect, the reader is guaranteed to improve his com­binative skill.

Indice:
Semi-Open Games - Minor Variations
Alekhine Defence
Pirc and Modern Defences
Caro-Kann Defence
Typical motifs in the Caro-Kann
Traps in the Caro-Kann
Sicilian Defence
Typical motifs in the Sicilian
Traps in the Sicilian
French Defence
Typical Motifs in the French
Traps in the French
Open Games - Minor Variations
Italian Opening
Typical motifs in the Giuoco Piano and the Two Knights Defence
Traps in the Giuoco Piano and Two Knights Defence
Ruy Lopez
Typical motifs in the Ruy Lopez
Traps in the Ruy Lopez.

Informazioni
  • Casa editrice Edition Olms
  • Codice 5807
  • Anno 2008
  • Pagine p. 162

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