The fourth book of the series is devoted to opening schemes, which arise after the moves 1.e4 d6, or 1.e4 g6. These systems have proved their right of existence, despite the numerous attempts to refute them once and for all. The positions are so diverse strategically and so rich tactically that they deserve a separate volume. Black avoids early clashes and narrows his “sphere of influence” to only three ranks. However, his harmonious development enables him to attack often White’s powerful center successfully.
The 14th World Champion Khalifman recommends against the majority of the flank systems schemes with f2-f4, which provide additional control over the center. He included in this fundamental work plenty of new and original analyses which surely will cause Black a lot of trouble!
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Another success for Khalifman, who this time gives you the opportunity to embrace Anand’s aggressive repertoire as White. --IM Jeremy Silman, jeremysilman.com
Both amateurs and grandmasters can benefit from the book. --Soren Sogaard, Seagaard Chess Reviews, 2/2005
You can’t ask for more than that in a repertoire book. --FM Eric Schiller, California Chess Journal, Summer 2006
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