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    Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings
    by Gary Lane

    Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings | READ MORE

    • Author: Gary Lane
    • Publisher: Batsford
    • Format: paperback, 160 pages
    • Language: english
    • Genres: chess
    • ISBN: 9780713487121 (0713487127)
    • Release date: June 30, 2003

    About The Book

    This repertoire of easy-to-learn openings, based on Garry Kasparov’s move 1 d4, offers openings with a modern twist. Each one has simple principles that allow White to play just about the same moves against the Grunfeld, King’s Indian, and Nimzo-Indian Defense. There are also modern systems to repel the Dutch, Benoni, and even offbeat lines such as the Englund Gambit. Nothing is left out: the tricks and traps in the opening for both sides; the basic plan and strategy using entertaining games; and how to play the middlegame by following easy plans.

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