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CLEARANCE - An Opening Repertoire For Black

The work has been done for the reader in this carefully researched book which updates the first edition of a popular title. One choice is given for Black at all stages and the variations have been chosen to lead to interesting and double-edged play.
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Deciding on a repertoire is a time-consuming and difficult research job, especially with the Black pieces where faulty variations are likely to prove fatal.

The work has been done for the reader in this carefully researched book which updates the first edition of a popular title. One choice is given for Black at all stages and the variations have been chosen to lead to interesting and double-edged play.

Drazen Marovic and Bruno Parma are both Yugoslav Gandmasters. Marovic is editor of Sahovski Glasnik and author of a 2-volume work on the openings Teorija Otvorenja. Parma was World Junior Champion in 1961 and has represented Yugoslavia in a number of Olympiads.

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ISBN 0713456469
Author/s Bruno Parma, Drazen Marovic
Pages 159 pages
Publication Date Apr 30, 1987
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback

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