|Title:||Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings (Batsford Chess Book)|
|Format:||lrf lrf mobi mbr|
|ePUB size:||1673 kb|
|FB2 size:||1525 kb|
|DJVU size:||1133 kb|
|Category:||Puzzles and Games|
|Publisher:||Batsford (June 30, 2003)|
Publisher Batsford I Know Baseball. pdfThe ideas behind the chess openings - chess. comI like the book "The Ideas behind the chess openings" by The Fragmentation Of Global Climate Governance: Consequences And Management Of RegimeInteractions. pdfIdeas behind the modern chess openings (batsfordGary Lane is an International Master, former Commonwealth Champion and experienced chess coach. Daily Chess News and Ideas Behind Modern Chess Openings Gary Lane; 176pages; Batsford 2002.
Here, Lane explains the principles behind chess openings to allow a greater understanding of how to conduct attack or defence; there is no need to learn lots of different moves when an easy plan is clearly explained. The book is suitable for new players who wish to improve. ISBN13: 9780713487121. Release Date: June 2003.
A Batsford chess book. The classic text on the ideas behind chess opening, by Reuben Fine, is now over 50 years old and out of date. Gary Lane has brought his considerable skill for lucid explanations to put together the latest thinking on the modern chess opening. Gary Lane explains the principles behind the openings to allow a greater understanding of how to conduct attack or defence. There is no need to learn lots of different moves when an easy plan is clearly explained. Suitable for players who are new to the game but wish to improve.
Book Description This repertoire of easy-to-learn openings, based on Garry Kasparov's move 1 d4, offers openings with a modern twist. Each one has simple principles that allow White to play just about the same moves against the Grunfeld, King's Indian, and Nimzo-Indian Defense. There are also modern systems to repel the Dutch, Benoni, and even offbeat lines such as the Englund Gambit. Nothing is left out: the tricks and traps in the opening for both sides; the basic plan and strategy using entertaining games; and how to play the middlegame by following easy plans.
Start by marking Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This repertoire of easy-to-learn openings, based on Garry Kasparov's move 1 d4, offers openings with a modern twist. Noth This repertoire of easy-to-learn openings, based on Garry Kasparov's move 1 d4, offers openings with a modern twist. This book was ok. It stressed the London System for white and the ways that it can defeat different opening of black. In my opinion there weren't enough diagrams as he works through a number of past games.
I must point out his answer to the London System has a major flaw that I have told him about. The moves . 4 d5 . f3 Nc6 . f4 Bg4 . 3 f6? that pawn move will cost Black a valuable central pawn after . e2 e5? . xe5 Bxf3 . xf3 pxe5 . xd5!! instead of Bg3 as played by numerous players including some GMs! The point being after . xd5 pxf4 . h5+ winning. Other than that and another line I do not wish to talk about, this book.
It was interesting as well. One complaint I have with Mastering the Chess Openings by John Watson is the bazillion number of variations he inserts into each chapter, obscuring the ideas behind the moves. The other complaint is that he does not cover some major openings, . Fine's book is higher level and more general - fewer lines, really more about ideas - . what are the main strengths and weaknesses to be seen in the main/popular lines.
Gary William Lane is a professional chess player and author. He has written over twenty books on chess, including Find the Winning Move, Improve Your Chess in 7 Days and He has also represented Australia in the 2002, 2004, and 2006 Chess Olympiads. He has been a chess coach for England or Australia at the World Junior and also European Junior championship for over a decade. He was unbeaten in both events. He played the Closed Sicilian which he has also written about in two books. Gary is a passionate supporter of Torquay United .