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An Aggressive Opening Repertoire

240 pages, hardback, Russian Chess House, 1. edition 2007

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Nikolai Kalinichenko, an international grandmaster in correspondence play and the author of some 40 chess titles, presents here a complete and up-to-date opening repertoire. It is intended for players of positional style, or for use when the competitive situation demands a solid approach. The repertoire is based on 1 e4 as White, and the Classical Sicilian and King's Indian Defence as Black.

Also available is the companion volume An Aggressive Opening Repertoire for the Club Player, offering a range of openings which are closely linked, but which are less forcefull in character.

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Weight 400 g
Manufacturer Russian Chess House
Width 15,2 cm
Height 22 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2007
Author Nikolai Kalienchenko
Language English
Edition 1
ISBN-13 9785946930819
Pages 240
Binding hardback

004 System of Symbols

005 Introduction

007 Opening Strategy


011 1 Sicilian Defence

021 2 Vienna Game

034 3 French Defence

045 4 Caro-Kann Defence

053 5 Modern Defence

059 6 Pirc-Ufimtsev Defence

069 7 Alekhine Defence

077 8 Centre Counter Game

083 9 Nimzowitsch Defence

087 10 Owen Defence

092 11 St George Defence


094 12 Sicilian Defence - White Deviations on Move 2

120 13 Sicilian Defence - White Deviations on Move 3 and Later

128 14 Sicilian Dragon

148 15 Dutch Defence

168 16 Dutch Defence. Leningrad Variation

181 17 Lisitsyn Gambit

183 18 English Opening

185 19 Bird Opening

188 20 Nimzowitsch-Larsen Opening

192ILLUSTRATIVE GAMES 231 Index of Illustrative Games

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