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The Elshad for White

In The Elshad System for White, FM Igor Nemtsev surveys Black's most common responses to this creative opening, including the King's Indian, Dutch, and big-center setups. Conventional approaches are hazardous for Black: unexpected tactics abound, and White is not afraid to sacrifice material for a sudden attack. Not even grandmasters tread safely in the Elshad minefield.
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Description / The Elshad for White

More opening outrage and mayhem! The author of the 2017 groundbreaking study The Elshad Systemonce again defies the principles of opening play – this time from White's side of the board with 1.c3, 2.Qa4, and a quick advance of the kingside pawns.

In The Elshad System for White, FM Igor Nemtsev surveys Black's most common responses to this creative opening, including the King's Indian, Dutch, and big-center setups. Conventional approaches are hazardous for Black: unexpected tactics abound, and White is not afraid to sacrifice material for a sudden attack. Not even grandmasters tread safely in the Elshad minefield.

Break free from the shackles of memorized variations and stereotyped book lines. Challenge your opponent on the first move with The Elshad System for White!

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ISBN 9781936277926
Author/s Igor Nemtsev
Pages 317 pages
Publication Date Jul 23, 2019
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback

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