Download 1.d4 (Grandmaster Repertoire) (v. 1) by Boris Avrukh PDF

By Boris Avrukh

"Grandmaster Repertoire" is a brand new sequence of top quality chess books in response to the most traces, written through robust grandmasters. the purpose is to supply the reader with an entire repertoire at a degree more than enough for elite tournaments, and positively additionally for the membership championship. "Grandmaster Repertoire" presents a repertoire to final a life-time. most sensible GM Boris Avrukh charts a path in the direction of a bonus with 1.d4. Avrukh is used to dealing with the easiest avid gamers on this planet. during this publication he provides a much better model of the repertoire that increased him to the head 50, targeting major strains with a king part fianchetto. "1.d4 quantity One" covers the openings after 1.d4 d4 2.c4, relatively the Catalan, Queen's Gambit approved, Semi-Slav, Slav, and different Queen's Gambit strains.

Show description

Read or Download 1.d4 (Grandmaster Repertoire) (v. 1) PDF

Similar chess books

Modern Chess Openings (14th Edition) (Mckay Chess Library)

Good began is part performed.

In chess, the way you start a online game has far-reaching repercussions---from environment the velocity and tone of the sport to, frequently, opting for the ultimate outcome. at the 64-square battlefield, the 1st few maneuvers are crucial ones of all.

When getting ready for the conflict approximately to spread, a five-star basic has a cadre of strategists and specialists. you've gotten smooth Chess Openings. Popularly referred to as MCO, this can be the most up-tp-date and entire one-volume reference ebook in regards to the chess openings out there. no matter if you're a newbie drawn to studying the basics, an intermediate participant able to bring up your online game to the following point, or a world Grandmaster who desires to remain on most sensible of the entire fresh chess strategies, MCO is the booklet you need.

OVER 50 YEARS of expertise AND EXPERTISE

Modern Chess Openings has been the easiest and so much depended on device in studying the chess openings because it used to be first released over a half-century in the past. This, the fourteenth variation of MCO, has been thoroughly revised and up to date by means of three-time usa Chess Champion Nick de Firmian to mirror the entire most up-to-date adjustments and ideas within the video game. via considering all contemporary event suits and released theoretical works of be aware, MCO-14 leaps to the leading edge of the field---just as its predecessors have regularly done.

ALL THE OPENINGS

From everlasting workhorses similar to the Ruy Lopez, a gap that used to be built within the 15th century, to relative upstarts comparable to the Neo-Grünfeld, first obvious in 1937, smooth Chess Openings covers each practicable beginning series of chess strikes in today's environment.
        This re-creation, thoroughly revised and up to date by way of overseas Grandmaster Nick de Firmian, comprises dozens of variations---from vintage to modern---on the normal openings. The part at the Sicilian safety appears to be like on the speeded up Dragon edition, the Paulsen version, the Richter-Rauzer assault, and lots of extra. In all, 234 assorted sequences of starting strikes are analyzed within the Sicilian safeguard bankruptcy by myself.
        Plus, all through MCO-14, the openings are supplemented by way of wealthy, exact annotations. Reference is made to amazing event fits which all started with the hole in query. reviews are made at the relative energy or weak point of the board place after the hole has been hired. and recommendations are provided recommending the easiest follow-up moves.
        If you need to study the chess openings---ALL the chess openings---MCO-14 is the single publication you want to have.

*Pdf has OCR run, unmarried e-book web page in line with pdf web page, fresh textual content. Bookmarks.

Learn Chess Tactics

This publication teaches simple tactical principles comparable to the fork, pin, and stumbled on assault, and introduces normal principles akin to removal, immobilization and compulsion. A simple wisdom of straightforward strategies will let a beginner to begin successful video games, by way of giving checkmate or taking pictures fabric. because the participant progresses, his tactical arsenal will expand, and he'll begin to play sacrifices and mixtures, and enhance a deeper realizing of the sport.

Additional resources for 1.d4 (Grandmaster Repertoire) (v. 1)

Example text

TLld6t! VNxhB This wins for White. 9 . . a4! Using the fact that Black cannot play 1 1 ... a6 exd5 . tLlxc4! ct/xd l , when h e remains a pawn down. Chapter 2 - 4 . . dxc4 and 5 . . c6 1 1 . lDxc4 Wi'xd4 This move i s stronger than the game continuation: 1 2 . . bxc3? Wi'xd2 axb6 I S . 0-0 when the position is clearly in White's favour as he is able to seize the initiative, while Black will have to develop his pieces. I S . . a6 ( 1 S . . E:fc l E:dB Slugin - Kharlov, St Petersburg (The lesser evil would have been 1 6 .

0-0 D l ) 7 ... tD c6 D2) 7 ... g5 D2 1 ) 8 ... b5 D22) 8 ... tDc6 C) after 1 3 . '�'c8 Dl) sideline with 8 . N . . g3 dxc4 5 . ib4t Basically Black's idea is very simple: he intends to hold onto the c4-pawn for a while and so force White to waste time regaining it. id2 Black has tried a lot of moves here. ixd2t, B) 6 ... ie7, and D) 6 ... a5. ixd2t A premature move according to the theory books. %Vxd2! A very concrete approach. lLlbxd2 bS leads to unclear play where Black keeps the extra pawn.

It seems this capture is very risky for Black. lLlc3 a6 Other option are much worse: 1 O . . 0-0 and Black is helpless against White's simple threat of lLlxd5 followed by �e3 and the d5-pawn will fall. 1 0 . . b4! and White wins material. a4 lLl7b6 12 . . lLlc6 and Black's position collapses. lLlc3 �e7 30 The Catalan 1 6. tLlxd5 tLlxd5 and Black loses both his . 1 6 . . exd5? ie3 central pawns. b3 White is simply a pawn up. 9 . . a6 This is a quite logical idea, preparing to re­ move the rook from the dangerous diagonal.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.23 of 5 – based on 23 votes