By Vladimir Barsky
This ebook comprises 11 chapters dedicated to diversified diversifications of the all-purpose defence for Black 1.d4 d6. each one bankruptcy includes a "Quick Repertoire" part, via a radical theoretical and sensible research within the part "Step through Step" and eventually a "Complete video games" part. for you to contain the program on your commencing repertoire, it's going to be enough that you should learn the creation and play in the course of the entire video games, which usually are not take an excessive amount of of a while. then you definately can commence taking part in this establishing in perform video games at your membership, or on the net. upon getting used this "Universal procedure" in 10-15 video games, you want to examine your reviews with the author's ideas within the "Step by way of Step"chapters and begin to fine-tune your wisdom. foreign grasp Vladimir Barsky is a chess journalist and trainer. He has been aiding GM Morozevich and GM Khairullin. Barsky is the writer of various books approximately chess and chess gamers, together with The Scotch video game for White and the fashionable Philidor.
Read or Download A Universal Weapon 1.D4 D6 PDF
Similar chess books
Amazon patron review:
Smyslov outdoes himself.
By A. J. Goldsby I on April 1, 2002
I have this e-book. i'm a Life-Master on the video game. I train chess for a living.
Smyslov is among the maximum avid gamers who ever lived. His craft as an annotator sets
himself in a category might be all by means of himself. (How many different writers have held the World
Simply placed this can be the most effective books in my library. i've got over 2000 chess books,
(not counting pamphlets) and this is often simply within the best a hundred, even perhaps the head 10.
Want to enhance your online game? are looking to examine strategies? Positional chess? Endings? It is
all in right here, one hundred twenty five of the simplest annotated video games you are going to ever see. whereas Smyslov lacks
the skill to the touch the bottom ranking sessions like Chernev, a person who reviews these
games rigorously couldn't support yet increase. Smyslov the following most likely spent a lot more
time scripting this booklet than you are going to ever spend examining it . .. and it shows.
Intrigue, probability, chess, and a real-life hoax mix during this ancient novel from the writer of The Shakespeare Stealer
Philadelphia, PA, 1835. Rufus, a twelve-year-old chess prodigy, is recruited by way of a shady showman named Maelzel to secretly function a mechanical chess participant known as the Turk. The Turk wows ticket-paying viewers contributors and avid gamers, who do not understand that Rufus, the genuine chess grasp, is hidden contained in the contraption. yet Rufus's task operating the automaton has to be saved mystery, and he fears he may perhaps by no means be capable to get away his unscrupulous grasp. And what has occurred to the former operators of the Turk, who appear to disappear once Maelzel not wishes them? Creeping suspense, lots of secret, and cameos from Edgar Allan Poe and P. T. Barnum mark Gary Blackwood's successful go back to heart grade fiction.
The nice Anatoly Karpov, thought of the simplest positional participant in chess heritage, has been a big strength within the chess international throughout the higher a part of 3 a long time. Now he stocks his profound commencing wisdom in an fundamental pair of authoritative books dedicated to the Caro Kann. during this quantity, Karpov, a lifelong adherent of the Caro Kann, indicates how Black cannot simply continue to exist White’s aggression within the open traces of the Panov, yet counterpunch and dominate the outlet.
- The Open Spanish
- Catalog of Chess Mistakes
- Rate Your Endgame
- Easy Guide to the Classical Sicilian: Including Richter-Rauzer and Sozin Attacks
- My System: A Chess Manual on Totally New Principles (Chess Classics)
Additional resources for A Universal Weapon 1.D4 D6
Reb1. 26. Qb1 b6 An interesting alternative is 26. Rxd4 27. f5! If White had tried 27. Bf3 then Black can reply 27. c5. 27. f5 exf5 28. Bf3 Ne4 28. c5 29. d5 Ra7 30. bxa5 and White has the advantage. 29. Rxe4 fxe4 30. Bd1 axb4 31. axb4 Qxa1 32. Qxa1 Bf6 33. Be2 Rxd4 + r +k+ + + +pp pp+ l p + + + + PPrp+ + + L + P + +L+ P Q + + K After 33. Rxd4 34. Kf2 34. Qc1 Bg5 35. Qb1—This line may be more precise than 34. Kf2 and 35. Kf3. Time trouble is a factor at this point in the game. 34. e3+ 35. Kf3 R4d6 36.
Nh8, then 33. Bg2. 33. Nh6 gxf3 34. Nxf7+ Kc8 35. Bxe5 Rxe5 Desperation. 35. Rf8 would have allowed him to last longer. 36. Nxe5 Kc7 37. h6 Rh8 38. h7 Bxe4 39. Rh4 Rxh7 40. Rxf4 Rh2+ 41. Kc3, Black resigned. The tournament’s winner was lucky in the following position—but luck must be stimulated, seen, and seized: Problem mate GM Vassily Ivanchuk (FIDE 2746) GM Alexei Shirov (FIDE 2745) + + + + + + + + +lp + + + p +p + + + P + Nk+ P p+ + K + L + + + Black to play + + + + l p +p+ Lk + + + + + N + + + + + + + + + + + K + N + + + White to play and win If 20.
Rxe6 Nxe6 39. Qh4+. Black lost on time here, but his position is also losing. The Turkish Chess Federation (TCF) once again did a wonderful job organizing this event. I saw reports that as many as 1,500 players from 89 different countries could be participating. I knew from two years ago what to expect. Very seldom does an undertaking this large run so smoothly. It began with the timely pickups of large, travel-weary delegations and rapid hotel check-ins. For this I was very thankful. The pairings were posted about an hour after all games finished and opponents games could be looked up on the Internet.