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    An Opening Repertoire for the Attacking Player

    Product Code: B0113BT



    Publisher: Trafalgar Square Publishing
    Author: Raymond Keene and David Levy
    Year of Publication: 1989

    Pages: 123
    Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


    Book Description

    All successful players, from Grandmasters all the way down to club players, rely on an opening repertoire which is designed to produce the type of position that suits their style of play. This book is written for the kind of player who revels in complex tactical positions and who wants to attack from the word 'go'. Sharp aggressive variations are recommended so that, whatever your opponent chooses to play, you will be guaranteed a position full of attacking prospects. Armed with this complete repertoire you can approach every game, whether as White or Black, with confidence.

    Raymond Keene is a Grandmaster and a leading figure in international chess. He is chess correspondent of The Times and The Spectator.

    David Levy is an International Master with a reputation for playing attacking chess. He is also a leading authority on computer chess.

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    Product Details

    ISBN 9780713445862
    Manufacturer Batsford Chess
    Author(s) David Levy, Raymond Keene
    Pages 123 Pages
    Publication Date Jan 1, 1989
    Notation Type AN - Algebraic
    Book Edition N/A

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