Thus, Lipnitsky was one of the first authors to acknowledge from a theoretical point of view some of the developments we now call 'modern'.
J du Mont, then editor of the British Chess Magazine, who suggested that I should write a book on the lines of the present volume.Martin Rieger, Europa Rochade, nominated for Book of the Year by the.Was, as Lipnitsky mentions, already praised by Alekhine who 'observes that it deprives White's flank attack of any point.' (Apparently, Richter's creativity had not suffered from the circumstances in which this game must have been played.).4 Ke7 1 Bg7!ChessVibes Openings, or the famous Botvinnik Variation of that same opening.
Moreover, Lipnitsky provides examples from historical games which suggest that the word 'modern' in Watson's title may have to be reconsidered.
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And yet an early attack on the flank is not always or usually an operation of purely logical significance; it is rather a veiled form of attack against the centre of the enemy position.
His idea was to give practical player some guidance xforce keygen for autocad 2013 as to how to proceed in a game from the point where the books on opening theory leave off.Download djvu version (1,2 Mb) : Added.Euwe "Strategy and tactic" is one of the best manuals from this class, according.The attentive study of these positions must bring them a large benefit.However, in either case Black basically experiences no opening problems.Bruce Pandolfini, you need the, dJVU viewer to read and print this ebook.Eliskases-Averbakh, stockholm 1952, this game is analysed in great detail by Lipnitsky.In fact, the book constantly reminded me of John Watson's.GM Lubomir Kavalek, Huffington Post "If it was important enough for Botvinnik and Fischer to hold dear, this reviewer would suggest, without reservation, that this book still belongs in every serious players library fifty years later." ( full review steve Goldberg, ChessCafe "Questions of Modern.