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CLEARANCE - Beating the King's Indian and Benoni

Shock Your Opponents with the Four Pawns Attack!
It seems unfair that Black gets all the attacking chances in the normal lines of the King's Indian. Readers can now take a tip from the World's leading expert of sharp systems and shock their opponent with the Four Pawn Attack! Black has countless ways to go wrong, while White is risking little if well-prepared. Vaisser's hitherto unpublished analysis will give readers the edge they need to send Black's King to the guillotine.
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It seems unfair that Black gets all the attacking chances in the normal lines of the King's Indian. Readers can now take a tip from the World's leading expert of sharp systems and shock their opponent with the Four Pawn Attack! Black has countless ways to go wrong, while White is risking little if well-prepared. Vaisser's hitherto unpublished analysis will give readers the edge they need to send Black's King to the guillotine. The Four Pawn Attack can also be used against the Modern and Old Benoni.

Grandmaster Anatoli Vaisser has been playing the Four Pawns Attack for nearly 30 years, against opposition of all standards, including a famous game against a young player named Garry Kasparov.

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ISBN 9781879479715
Author/s Anatoli Vasser
Pages 144 Pages
Publication Date Dec 31, 1996
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback
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