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Beating 1e4 e5: A repertoire for White in the

Beating 1e4 e5: A repertoire for White in the Open Games. John Emms

Beating 1e4 e5: A repertoire for White in the Open Games


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Beating 1e4 e5: A repertoire for White in the Open Games John Emms
Publisher: Everyman Chess



The open games after 1.e4 e5 offer White a huge choice. Meanwhile, Borislav Ivanov continued to beat everyone who dared to sit at the same table with him. Beating 1e4 e5: A repertoire for White in the Open Games: John. 1.e4 e5 2.Nf6 Nc6 ( typical) other responses like Nf6 can be interesting then 3.d4 you get similar games like the S&M I used to play that last year when I was doing EXACTLY your repertoire and playing 1.e4. How do you beat escape the book store 2 - The Q&A wiki . As just about everyone knows, Bronstein played the King's Gambit against high level competition and had good success with it, even though it is no longer regarded as a strong opening try for White. At least that is what theory However I find it very interesting that two outstanding repertoire books, namely Marin's Beating the Open Games and Davies' Play 1 e4 e5! Black does not wait until white is able to finish his development and start slow maneuvering play as often happens in the Closed Systems, but immediately destroys an important central foothold. The one big complaint that I have about the books is Marin's bibliography. Recommend declining the gambit with 1 e4 e5 2 f4 Bc5. Jan Gustafsson - Black repertoire against 1.e4 Vol. I don't disagree that Marin's A Spanish Repertoire for Black and Beating the Open Games are good books. Marin didn't consult any other 1 e4 e5 repertoire books like The Ruy Lopez: A Guide for Black, Play 1 e4 e5, The Chess Advantage in Black and White, Play the Open Games as Black, etc, or Chesspublishing.com! Before we conclude, I want to present a game where Gustafsson beats the highest-rated German player down with a heavy Marshall stick. I've been back on a 1.d4 kick as If you do not mind playing with an isolani (which you get sometimes with the Smith-Morra), I would most recommend to you Sam Collins's "An Attacking Repertoire for White. I really liked it, as it lead to kooky open games. Part 1 of this series covered the main line Spanish and recommended the Marshall Attack - but what to do against the Exchange Spanish, the Scotch or the Italian Game? Did Marin think he knew it all and didn't need to consult these sources? After dealing with the Carlsbad Structure, the Capablanca Structure, the Open Games, he comes to the highly popular French Advance Structure, which is characterized by the pawn chain d4-e5 for White and e6-d5 for His first Chessbase DVD , “1.e4 repertoire – Grandmaster Lines Explained for Club Players” was well received by players and reveiwers alike.





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