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Win with the Djin!

100 pages, paperback, Hardinge, 2005.

From the Series »Hardinge Simpole Chess Classics«

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The Djin 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 a6 is a refreshing and interesting alternative to the Queen's Indian Defense or Bogo-Indian, and it is an exciting way to playas Black. Honed into a sharp weapon by Grandmasters Roman Dzindzichashvili and Lev Alburt, it has had a very successful run in the international tournament arena. In this book, the first devoted to the opening variation, Eric Schiller provides a thorough presentation of all of the relevant material on the opening. Over SO complete games demonstrate the leading ideas.

Dr. Eric Schiller is the author of over 100 books on chess, most ofthem on the opening. He is a FIDE Master and International Arbiter, notably at the London 2000 World Chess Championship, where Kasparov sensationally lost his crown to Kramnik.

Language English
Author Schiller, Eric
Publisher Hardinge
Series Hardinge Simpole Chess Classics
Medium Book
Weight 180 g
Width 15 cm
Height 22 cm
Pages 100
ISBN-10 1843821729
ISBN-13 978-1843821724
Year of Publication 2005
Binding paperback

07 Chapter One: Introduction

11 Chapter Two: The Main Line 8.Nxf6+

23 Chapter Three: The Main Line with 8.Qd3

33 Chapter Four: Main Line 8.a3

39 Chapter Five: Main Line. Other 8th moves

47 Chapter Six: 7...Be7

51 Chapter Seven: 6.e4

59 Chapter Eight: 5.Bg5 cxd4

65 Chapter Nine: White plays an early e2-e3

77 Chapter Ten: White Fianchettos

87 Chapter Eleven: White plays 4.Bg5

93 Chapter Twelve: White plays 4.Nbd2!?

95 Update to September 2005

99 Index of Games

Win with the Djin!