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Yearbook 80

Many Grandmasters

Levon Aronian leads the dance in the King’s Indian Gligoric

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Readers from all over the world join in discussions of previous surveys. Both (grand)masters and club players shed their light on new opening developments and search together for the truth. With contributions by Igor Stohl, Geert van der Stricht, Piet Peelen, Andreas Brenke, Jose Luis Vilela and many others.

Sosonko`s Corner
He who has not tasted the steel of a sacrifice on f7 or f2, has not tasted chess. Genna Sosonko presents in his Corner new upsets, but shows that there are other weaknesses too, and not only in a game of Chess960! Featuring fresh and old stories, from youngsters Carlsen and Radjabov, to mysterious names like Khalilbeili and Rubel…

Book Reviews
Several publishers are completing coverage of all French variations as we speak. Glenn Flear compares them in his Reviews. But first he takes a good look at Konstantin Sakaev’s new book on the 7.Bc4 Grünfeld and Konikowski/Soszynski’s monograph on the KI Four Pawns Attack.
Flear’s amazement about Chess Stars’s decision to come up with a revamped version of Sakaev’s first Grünfeld tome of just 2 years ago, is replaced by admiration for the Russian GM’s deep analysis in this new 426-page work: ‘It shows how much there is to chess theory these days if you want to get down to the nitty-gritty.’
The Four Pawns Attack is an occasional choice of Flear himself against the King’s Indian. Konikowski/Soszynski’s new book covers mainly 6…c5 lines. The authors’ analysis level doesn’t match that of a Sakaev, but as an insightful reference book this one will please not only club players.
The comparison of Sam Collins’s ‘the French advance’ with Steffen Pedersen’s ‘French: Advance and Other Lines’ reveals some interesting insights. Pedersen’s ‘Tarrasch Variation’ also gets a look-over and is laid side-by-side with Psakhis’s legendary ‘French Defence 3.Nd2’. Just read this review and you will have a good hunch which ‘French Collection’ should be yours to get.

32 NIC Surveys Yearbook 80
Sicilian Defence Najdorf Variation 6.Bc4 Vladimirov
Sicilian Defence Najdorf Variation 6.Be3 e5 Olthof
Sicilian Defence Najdorf Variation 6.Be3 e6 Stohl
Sicilian Defence Scheveningen Variation 6.Be2 Olthof
Sicilian Defence Richter-Rauzer Variation 6.Bg5 Rytshagov
Sicilian Defence Grivas Variation 4...Qb6 Grivas
Sicilian Defence Sveshnikov Variation 11.Bd3 Galkin
Sicilian Defence Alapin Variation 2...d5 Sveshnikov
Pirc Defence Austrian Attack 6..Na6 Marin/Stoica
Pirc Defence Classical Main Line 6...a6 Marin/Stoica
French Defence Burn Variation 4.Bg5 I. Almasi
Caro-Kann Defence Panov Variation 7...ed5 L.B. Hansen
Petroff Defence Marshall Variation 6...Bd6 Skatchkov
Petroff Defence Jaenisch Variation 6...Be7 Fogarasi
Ruy Lopez Berlin Defence 9...Ne7 Z. Almasi
Ruy Lopez Anti-Marshall Variation 8.a3 Greenfeld
Various Openings Budapest Gambit 3...Ng4 4.Bf4 Moskalenko
Queen’s Gambit Declined Cambridge Springs Variation 6...Qa5 Van der Stricht
Slav Defence Chameleon Variation 5.c5 A. Kuzmin
Slav Defence Alatortsev Variation 5...e6 Yusupov
Queen’s Gambit Accepted Two Knights Variation 4...c5 Sulava
Catalan Opening Accepted 4...dc4 Anka
Nimzo-Indian Defence Classical Variation 4.Qc2 0-0 5.a3 Lukacs/Hazai
Nimzo-Indian Defence Vienna Variation 7.e5 Scherbakov
Queen`s Indian Defence Petrosian Variation 4.a3 Gavrilov
Grünfeld Indian Defence Makogonov Variation 6.b4 Panczyk/Ilczuk
Grünfeld Indian Defence Prins Variation 7...Na6 Van der Tak
King’s Indian Defence Gligoric Variation 7.Be3 Mikhalevski
King`s Indian Defence Defence Sämisch Variation 5.f3 Kapengut
King’s Indian Defence Fianchetto Variation 3.g3 Stohl
Old Indian Defence Benoni Wall 3...e5 Giddins
English Opening Keres Variation 3...c6 Langeweg

  • Casa editrice New in Chess
  • Codice 0280
  • Anno 2006
  • Pagine p. 248