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Grandmaster Repertoire 2B - 1. d4 Dynamic Systems

Volume 2B completes the series by providing cutting-edge antidotes to tricky defenses such as the Dutch, various Benoni set-ups, Benko and Budapest Gambits, and anything else not covered in volumes 1A, 1B & 2A. With innumerable updates and improvements to the author's previous work, this book is essential reading for any ambitious 1.d4 player.
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Description / Grandmaster Repertoire 2B - 1. d4 Dynamic Systems

When Boris Avrukh released his 1.d4 repertoire books in 2008 and 2010, they caused a sensation. GM Michael Adams remarked that “The high-quality Grandmaster Repertoire series has taken this format to a completely different level.” Avrukh's newly revamped 1.d4 series has raised the bar even higher. 

Volume 2B completes the series by providing cutting-edge antidotes to tricky defenses such as the Dutch, various Benoni set-ups, Benko and Budapest Gambits, and anything else not covered in volumes 1A, 1B & 2A. With innumerable updates and improvements to the author's previous work, this book is essential reading for any ambitious 1.d4 player.

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ISBN 9781784830465
Author/s Boris Avrukh
Pages 592 Pages
Publication Date Jun 6, 2019
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback

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