Chess Openings for Black Explained

A Complete Repertoire
Chess Openings for Black, Explained gives you a complete repertoire of carefully selected, interrelated openings. Three-time U.S. champion and master teacher Lev Alburt, along with his grandmaster co-authors, provides everything you need to know to defend with confidence against each and every one of White's first moves.
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Publisher: CIRC
Author: Alburt & Dzindzichashvili
Year of Publication: 2009

Pages: 552
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


Book Description

Chess Openings for Black, Explained gives you a complete repertoire of carefully selected, interrelated openings. Three-time U.S. champion and master teacher Lev Alburt, along with his grandmaster co-authors, provides everything you need to know to defend with confidence against each and every one of White's first moves. This new edition is fully updated to reflect latest developments in Chess, thoroughly grounding the player in the grandmaster-openings of modern chess, teaching you the opening that scores highest against White on a master level.


About the Author:

Grandmaster Lev Alburt, three-time US Champion and former European Champion is one of the world's most sought-after chess teachers, famous for providing aspiring players easy access to master-level ideas. He is the only top-echelon GM to develop time-efficient, maximum-impact lessons for those below master strength.
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ISBN 9781889323183
Author/s Eugene Perelshteyn, Lev Alburt, Roman Dzindzichashvili
Pages 552 Pages
Publication Date Jan 5, 2009
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
Book Binding Type Paperback
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