A Complete, Solid and Flexible Chess Opening Repertoire for Black & White With the King's Fianchetto
When experienced chess teacher Emmanuel Neiman learned that some of his pupils hesitated to play in competitions for fear of being crushed in the opening, he wanted to help. Neiman knew that amateurs have little time to seriously study opening theory, so he had to come up with a practical, complete, easy-to-learn and solid opening repertoire that would not outdate rapidly.The result is a complete and practical repertoire which will give club players a sound and flexible middlegame position they can feel at home in.
CLEARANCE - The Fianchetto Solution
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In both instances, very sharp and complex middlegame play ensues. Since White has omitted the defensive a2-a3 move, Black often has the b5-b4 counter-attack at his disposal. A lot of activity occurs on the critical a8-h1 diagonal, frequently leading to an exchange of pieces and both players must exercise caution in the resultant endgame.
CLEARANCE - Scheveningen Variation of the Sicilian Defense - Early B7-b5 Systems
This book entails the French Defense opening of the Advanced Variation. These are alternatives to 4 c3.
CLEARANCE - Advance Variation of the French Defense - Alternatives to 4 C3
The current volume (the fourteenth in the Syzygy Chess Opening Paperbound Series) not only re-examines classical and contemporary opening theory but also explores many new innovations in the middle game of the Center Attack. Primary in the editors' effort was to catalog new ideas and concepts for both White and Black aficionados of the jeu royale.
CLEARANCE - The Modern Center Attack in the Ruy Lopez
The Keres Attack harbors many subtle nuances and intricate finesses which reveal themselves only after serious study. In most chess openings which avoid immediate pawn contact (such as double King pawn and double Queen pawn openings), both players have greater liberty at developing their pieces within their own camps thus delaying a direct confrontation which may ultimately determine the outcome of the game.
CLEARANCE - The Keres Attack in the Scheveningen Defense - Volume 1
The 6 Bc4 variation offers a variety of themes and ideas after 6...e6 7 Bb3 b5. White eyes the sensitive e6 square for possible sacrifices with either Be6 or Ne6 once Black has removed one of its protectors (either by ...Bb7 or by blocking its protection with ...Nbd7 or, in some cases, ...Nfd7).
CLEARANCE - The Najdorf Defense with 6 Bc4
Despite its slow honing into maturity, the Arkhangelsk Variation remains a viable arsenal in any tournament player's repertoire.
CLEARANCE - The Arkhangelsk Variation of the Ruy Lopez - Volume 1
This seemingly masochistic yet dynamic reply (7...b5), accredited to international world-class Grandmaster Lev Polugayevsky, is one of the most aggressive moves at Black's disposal. However, this blatant violation of traditional opening principles (six of Black's first seven moves have been pawn moves and initiating flank operations before stabilizing the center), has yet to invoke a clear refutation.
CLEARANCE - The Polugayevsky Variation of the Najdorf Defense
This game collection is a treasure trove of study material for the student of the Smith-Morra Gambit. Ken Smith and Bill Wall have dug into their private collections of games to provide almost 800 examples of every line in the Smith-Morra Accepted.
CLEARANCE - Smith-Morra Accepted - A Game Collection
"3 e5 seriously cramps Black's Kingside and, if White succeeds in holding his d4 without any counter-balancing disadvantages, a moment must come when Lady Fortuna will smile upon him; in the form, that is, of an attack with his pieces on the Black King in his constricted position, or else a vigorous onslaught on the pawn chain with f4-f5."
CLEARANCE - The Advance Variation of the French Defense - Vol. 2
The opening move 1 b3 leads to one of the most interesting systems available to the tournament player. It is a useful surprise weapon which has been tested in top level tournament play. This book surveys the available theoretical material and provides fifty example games for a well rounded exposition of the current theory.
CLEARANCE - Larsen's Opening
The attacking move 6 f4 against the Dragon Defense appeared in tournament praxis over half a century ago. White bypasses the heavily analyzed Yugoslav Attack (6 Be3, 7 f3 and 8 Qd2) and the well-tested Classical Variation (6 Be2, 7 Be3 and 8 00) in favor of immediate complications in the center.
CLEARANCE - The Modern Levenfish Attack in The Dragon Defense