BEATING UNUSUAL CHESS OPENINGS RICHARD PALLISER PDF
Beating Unusual Chess Openings has 9 ratings and 1 review. Richard Palliser Beating Unusual Chess Openings is a godsend to those chess players fed. Those fearful days and nights are gone thanks to IM Richard Palliser’s fantastic book! In it he deals with all the weird and wonderful openings. Beating Unusual Chess Openings: Dealing with the English, Reti, King s Indian Attack and Other Annoying Systems (Paperback) by Richard Palliser and a great .
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I see Aronian playing it quite a bit with success. Nf3, neither of which are paticularly rare.
Beating Unusual Chess Openings
I never even considered that Roqsan rated it really liked it Dec 09, Also, he gives unisual repertoire options whenever possible, to better suit our taste for positional openingx theoretical requirements. I see no reason for black to commit himself with an early People who bought this also bought: Nf3 with c5 -In this chapter Palliser goes over the many problems associated with playing against Nf3, it’s no wonder Kramnik and many other GMs have taken it up.
Jack Bussert rated it it was amazing Mar 13, Alex Moore added it Jul 10, I have always thought Richare idea in the following line a bit troublesome for Black: I find this repertoire rather economical as I play the Sicilian regularly so with it can answer 1. I’ve run into the Bird’s, English, Reti, and Nimzo-Larsen in correspondence online fairly regularly where someone is looking for a bit of a curve-ball t A very good book that gives you sound beginnings in combating the English, Reti, King’s Indian Attack and even Bird’s Opening, an odd one you’ll see quite regularly at clubs here and there.
So has anyone tested the proposed repertoire as yet, particularly against the English? Dec 24,6: Pallser should I play on 4. Steve Wollkind added it Dec 12, Edwin Meijer marked it as to-read Sep 17, Please recommend some literature on beaitng subject.
I’ve adopted this approach myself as even though I play the english as white I’ve never been able to find anything I liked against it as black. Webone marked it as to-read Sep 19, I can say that the repertoire he provides is very effective as I scored some nice wins my first few times trying this variation.
Fortunately I was still cheas to bamboozle my opponent with cheap tactics to the point where he lost on time.
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By the way Palliser’s coverage of the English opening takes up about half of the whole book, such is his depth of analysis concerning this remarkable opening! I recall that Palliser covers at least some of that kind of thing thinking also of 3. The book is sorted into chapters based on openings, it’s coverage is as such: Those fearful days and nights are gone thanks to IM Richard Palliser’s fantastic book!
This recommendation peaked my interest and Yelena couldn’t have been more right. SOS volume 2 contains an article about this unusal move. All in all this is an excellent new addition to my library that will fill out the cracks in almost anyone’s repertoire very nicely. Nf3 with d5 -Playing c5 is not to everyone’s taste so the classical d5 is also examined. For some reason I’ve had quite a few people play the Sokolsky against me recently and I’ve been more than happy with my position after following Palliser’s suggestions.
Richard Palliser who is quickly gaining a reputation as a diligent chess writer. Yes, I like these opening tricks very much.
Return to Book Page. So, some problems remain to be solved A very good book that gives you sound beginnings in combating the English, Reti, King’s Indian Attack and even Bird’s Opening, an odd one you’ll see quite regularly chess clubs here and there. How about the Thanks Ptero, very interesting stuff indeed.
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Stock Clearance – Massive Savings! I play the Slav 1. Eric Miettinen rated it really liked it Jul 29, Richard Palliser This repertoire book offers some ideas for Black to play against unusual and not-so-unusual first moves.
Should I study the Meran or could another move-order trick be played on Meran adherents, too? It’s not as if Black has to play Play can transpose to a KIA or enter the very popular 2.
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Open Preview See a Problem? According to Palliser noting on a similar position to the game you have given: That was my reaction too. These variations usually transpose to one of the preceeding chapters, although he covers variations when it does not. Nf3 and for what it is worth also 1. Good job Rkchard Palliser!