'...top quality recent release is Andrew Greet's debut effort: "Play the Ruy Lopez". My fellow Cornishman has put a great deal of work into this comprehensive, well researched repertoire book packed with original analysis.'Michael Adams reviewing Greet's "Play the Ruy Lopez" for "The Telegraph.""" 'If you are rated 1400 to 2300 and if you are a fan of the Ruy Lopez (from White's perspective), "Play the Ruy Lopez" will prove very useful and is clearly an excellent value.'Award-winning author Jeremy Silman reviewing Greet's "Play the Ruy Lopez "for Jeremysilman.com.Reseña del editor:
The Queen's Indian is a dynamic and flexible way to meet 1 d4. Using Nimzowitsch's principles, Black adopts the hypermodern plan of controlling the centre with pieces rather than the traditional idea of pawn occupation, and this approach often leads to complex and intricate positions rich in ideas both sides. Such is the high regard for the Queen's Indian that virtually all the world's top players have utilized it at one time or another. In this book Andrew Greet presents a complete repertoire for Black in the Queen's Indian. He reveals his secrets from years of experience in the opening, offers answers for Black against all of White's tries for an advantage, and highlights the principal tactical and positional plans for both White and Black. This book tells you everything you need to know to play the Queen's Indian with confidence in your own games. This book features coverage of a popular opening. It is written by a well-known Queen's Indian expert. It contains deep explanations and original analysis.
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Buchbeschreibung Everyman Chess, 15.02.2009., 2009. Buchzustand: Gut. 192 Seiten *Werktagsversendung innerhalb von 24 Stunden* -- Exempl. in einem guten Gesamtzust., leichte Gebrauchsspuren möglich -- ISBN: 9781857445800 Sendungen werden im Luftpolsterumschlag mit beiliegender Rechnung samt ausgewiesener MwSt. verschickt. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 378 22,6 x 15,0 x 1,0 cm, Taschenbuch. Artikel-Nr. 941695