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CLEARANCE - French Winawer Poisoned Pawn

The Winawer variation of the French Defence is one of the most solid and respected defences to 1 e4. In this new Monograph, Eric Schiller turns his attention to the most aggressive line for White, the "Poisoned Pawn Variation". The latest games and up-to-date analysis suggest that the pawn is not tainted, but is actually quite tasty! A full repertoire against the Winawer is presented, providing White with rich tactical and positional play.
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The Winawer variation of the French Defence is one of the most solid and respected defences to 1 e4. In this new Monograph, Eric Schiller turns his attention to the most aggressive line for White, the "Poisoned Pawn Variation". The latest games and up-to-date analysis suggest that the pawn is not tainted, but is actually quite tasty! A full repertoire against the Winawer is presented, providing White with rich tactical and positional play.

USCF Life Master Eric Schiller is the author of numerous books on chess, specializing in opening theory. He is presently working toward a PhD in Linguistics at the University of Chicago.

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ISBN 0931462746
Author/s Eric Schiller
Pages 100 pages
Publication Date Apr 30, 1988
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
Book Binding Type Paperback
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