When analyzing, I often asked myself questions, for example: "What will happen if the pawn is destroyed?" and "If White plays like this, what is the best way to react?" and so on, etc. Therefore, sometimes the analysis grew like a large tree of options. Nevertheless, I believe that it is better to give as comprehensive an answer as possible than not to give it. If a point is clear to the reader, he can skip some lines.
When writing the book, I tried to provide comprehensive answers to all likely moves and possible replies, impossible though that may be. However, I think this book will be useful both for keen amateur players and those of a higher standard, even up to Grandmaster level. For most of the options, I have tried to explain why I think that the assessment is the way it is - this will be especially useful for amateurs who will understand the essence of the position thanks to words rather than a simple, dry numericalm or figurative assessment.