Book by Lalic, Bogdan
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Since its popularisation by Aron Nimzowitsch and the Hypermodern School in the 1920s, the Queen's Indian Defense has become one of Black's most reliable defenses to 1 d4. It enables Black speedy development of his forces and active piece play against the White centre and is an ideal companion to its close relation, the Nimzo-Indian Defense. Nowadays the Queen's Indian is a cornerstone in the repertoire of many of the world's leading players, including Jan Timman, Viswanathan Anand and Anatoly Karpov. In this book, Grandmaster Lalic, an expert on both the White and Black sides of the Queen's Indian, provides a thorough survey of the main lines. Particular emphasis is given to currently fashionable variations that the reader is likely to encounter in his or her own games. Bogdan Lalic became a grandmaster in 1988, and since then has been one of the most active and successful players on the European tournament scene. He now lives near London with his wife Susan, who is a women's international master.
Bogdan Lalic is one of the most prominent figures on the international tournament circuit. Originally from Croatia (he has represented Croatia in numerous team events), he has now been living in England for a number of years.
Grandmaster Jacob Aagaard, a former British Chess Champion, is an author who has won several awards on both sides of the Atlantic. Most recently, his two Attacking Manual volumes were chosen as Book of the Year by both the English Chess Federation and the Guardian newspaper.
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Buchbeschreibung London/ New York, Cadogan Chess., 1996. 21cm x 14.5cm. 208 pages. Original softcover (paperback). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. (Cadogan Chess books) In this book Grandmaster Lalic, an expert on both the white and black sides of the Queen's Indian, provides a thorough survey of the main lines. Particular emphasis is given to currently fashionable variations that the reader is likely to encounter in his or her own games. Artikel-Nr. 41450AB