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Keep it Simple for Black

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Utgivelsesdato Desember 2022
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En imponerende grei og ryddig bok om å spille svart, faktisk mot alle vanlige åpninger fra hvit. Her er Caro-Kann mot 1.e4, og 1.d4 besvares med 1...d5. Her er konkrete trekk, men i høy grad også instruktiv tekst.

I Caro-Kann er oppskriften for eksempel mot framstøtsvarianten 3.e5 det solide 3...c5, mot Panov 3.exd5 cxd5 4.c4 Sc6 og i hovedvarianten 3.Sc3 dxe4 4.Sxe4 Sf6 5.Sxf6 exf6.

I Dronninggambit er det også flere varianter. I "grunnstillingen" etter 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Sc3 Sf6 4.Sf3 velger boka å satse på Carlsens interessante trekk 4...a6.

Forlagets egen omtale:

Looking for an easy-to-learn yet super-solid repertoire for Black against everything, which doesn’t require endless memorization of sharp theoretical lines? It’s here – and it was voted the best opening course on Chessable by the users of the most popular chess learning platform.

In this book, YouTube personality IM Christof Sielecki, aka ‘Chessexplained’, presents a complete solution to chess players of all levels for their opening choices with the Black pieces. With this one-volume repertoire, you will not only safely navigate the opening phase, but you will actually understand what is happening and how you can play for a win.

You’ll learn to fight 1.d4 and 1.c4 or 1.Nf3 with the Queen’s Gambit Declined, using the early a6-variation favoured by Magnus Carlsen. This tried-and-true opening will stand up to master level play and offer a few nasty surprises to your opponents.

Against 1.e4, your main weapon will be the rock-solid Caro-Kann, well known as one of the toughest openings for White to crack. You will be able to cut through the theory and go straight for interesting middlegames with good winning chances. Also included are weapons against almost all sidelines.

Why is the repertoire called simple? For the simple reason that the variations are straightforward, easy to remember and require little or no maintenance. But, as IM Sielecki puts it, ‘simple does not mean boring!’

Christof Sielecki is an International Master from Germany. He has been teaching and training chess for many years, runs an extremely popular YouTube channel called ChessExplained, and is one of the most popular authors on Chessable. New In Chess has published his books: Keep it Simple 1.e4 and Keep it Simple 1.d4.

Innholdet:

006 Preface

011 Part I The Caro-Kann 1.e4 c6

014 Chapter 1 Advance Variation

054 Chapter 2 Classical Variation

078 Chapter 3 Two Knights Variation

095 Chapter 4 Exchange Variation

110 Chapter 5 Panov Variation

137 Chapter 6 Sidelines

157 Part II The symmetrical 1.d4 d5

160 Chapter 7 Queen’s Gambit: Carlsbad Variation

171 Chapter 8 Carlsbad theory

204 Chapter 9 Queen’s Gambit: early Bg5/Bf4

229 Chapter 10 Queen’s Gambit: the tricky 4...a6

261 Chapter 11 Queen’s Gambit: the Catalan

295 Chapter 12 Queen’s Gambit: sidelines

309 Chapter 13 London System

330 Chapter 14 Sidelines after 1.d4 d5

357 Part III Defence against 1.c4/1.Nf3/other first moves

359 Chapter 15 English with g2-g3

389 Chapter 16 English without g2-g3

407 Chapter 17 The flexible 1.Nf3

421 Chapter 18 Other first moves

441 Index of names

442 Explanation of symbols

443 Biography

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