Tal lo describiría así: “En Zurich ya no era fácil jugar contra el Fischer de dieciséis años”.
Former Russian Chess Champion Alexey Bezgodov provides a complete repertoire for Black against 1.d4, starting with the cheeky move 2…c5! against both 2.c4 and 2.Nf3.
In The Czech Benoni in Action, two practitioners of this little-known but sound counterattacking system join forces to show how you can pose novel problems for opponents of all strengths, leaving them to fend for themselves as early as move 3.
Feature articles by GMs as well as traditional games, combinations, and endings sections.
Feature articles by GMs Sulskis, Amonatov, Adhiban, Cordova, Oleksiyenko, Xiangzhi, Adams, Wenjun, Ganguly, and others. Hundreds of deeply annotated GMs games in the tradition of Chess Informant.
Feature articles by leading GMs and hundreds of deeply annotated games.
CI 126 focuses to a large extent on the FIDE World Cup 2015. Bearing in mind the high stakes of this tournament, we simply could not miss the opportunity to present a large selection of its high-quality games, annotated by the contestants themselves.
Feature articles by GMs Morozevich, Marin, Berg, Kotronias, Mueller, Ivan Sokolov, and others. Hundreds of deeply annotated GMs games in the tradition of Chess Informant.
Igor Lysyi: “I worked hard at mastering 1…е7-е5 for Black….
Five years after the first edition, the book was completely rewritten and redesigned. While remaining true to the original structure, this new edition underwent major changes
In many 1.d4 openings, Black has trouble getting his bishop on c8 into play. Former Russian Chess Champion Alexey Bezgodov presents a radical solution to this nagging problem; liberate your bishop right away and put it on f5 on the second move!