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An Opening Repertoire for the Positional Player

192 pages, paperback, Everyman, 1997

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One of the hardest tasks faced by competitive chess players is the development of an opening repertoire suited to their own style of play. As in their companion volume An Opening Repertoire for the Attacking Player (also translated by Ken Neat), the authors provide a refined and thoroughly up-to-date opening program, this time selecting variations of a more positional nature.

  • Practical repertoire based on 1 e4 as White and the Classical Sicilian and King´s Indian Defence as Black

  • Concentrates on solid and reliable lines of play

  • Provides an easy-to-learn explanation of the typical plans and ideas

Eduard Gufeld is one of the most popular and widely travelled grandmasters, and is known throughout the world as a coach, opening theoretician, journalist and author.

Nikolai Kalinichenko, author of more than 30 chess books, holds the international master title in correspondence chess and enjoys a growing reputation as a specialist in opening theory.

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Weight 270 g
Manufacturer Everyman
Width 14,5 cm
Height 21 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 1997
Author Eduard GufeldNikolai Kalienchenko
Language English
ISBN-10 1857441524
ISBN-13 9781857441529
Pages 192
Binding paperback

006Introduction

009 PART I: WHITE REPERTOIRE

009 1 Sicilian Defence

027 2 Scotch Game

041 3 French Defence

059 4 Caro-Kann Defence

066 5 Pirc-Ufimtsev Defence

073 6 Alekhine Defence

084 PART II: BLACK REPERTOIRE

084 7 Sicilian Defence

King's Indian Defence:

105 8 Four Pawns Attack

114 9 Samisch Variation

129 10 Variations with Bg2

139 11 Classical Variation

154 12 Deviations by White from the Classical Variation

162 13 Averbakh Variation

169 14 Torre Attack

174 15 Trompowsky Attack

179 16 English Opening

185 17 Bird Opening

189Index of Variations

192List of Illustrative Games

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