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Smerdon's Scandinavian

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Utgivelsesdato September 2015
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En original åpningsbok fra en sterk stormester. Han skriver en stor og spennende bok om de ulike aggressive variantene i Skandinavisk etter 1 e4 d5 2 exd5 Sf6 der svart gjerne ofrer materiell for initiativ og angrep. Fasten your seatbelts!

Det hele er liksom det motsatte av å besvare 1 e4 bunnsolid med Russisk eller Berlinforsvaret i spansk. Dette er i stedet skikkelig hotte saker for spillere som søker fart, spenning og muligheter, men Smerdon skriver at han styrer unna å foreslå direkte tapsvarianter som kan fungere bare i lynsjakk...

Denne boka er i stor grad originalt stoff fra ende til annen, mye mer enn vanlig med åpningsbøker. Som Smerdon selv skriver:

"This book has been quite a mammoth undertaking, largely because I underestimated the significance of a lack of good source material. Quite a lot of the theory has had to be developed from scratch; the positive side of this is that you are in possession of a mass of high- calibre analysis of which your opponents are very unlikely to be aw are. Nevertheless, despite having only my name on the cover, there are many people I must acknowledge, without whose help this book would probably not be in front of you. "

Forlagets omtale:

Grandmaster David Smerdon plays the Scandinavian, but not in the typically solid style of this popular opening.

He gives the Scandinavian a welcome twist by using it as an all-out attacking weapon!

The repertoire he presents in this book is an enhanced version of the one he has successfully employed at grandmaster level over many years.

The backbone of his repertoire in the main lines is provided by the razor-sharp Portuguese and Icelandic gambits, while Smerdon also gives answers for Black against White’s other options.

Smerdon examines the most important games, presents cutting-edge theory and shares all his discoveries with the reader.

This book tells you everything you need to know about successfully playing Smerdon’s Scandinavian.

• A complete repertoire for Black after 1 e4 d5 • Examines the Portuguese and Icelandic Gambits • Packed with new ideas and critical analysis

David Smerdon is a Grandmaster from Australia. He has represented his country at six chess Olympiads, and played board one for the Australian team at the 2012 and 2014 Olympiads. In 2009 he won the Oceania Zonal Championship and qualified for the World Cup. He’s a regular contributor to the popular chess openings website

Detaljert info
Innbundet? Nei
Type Bok
Språk Engelsk
Antall sider 493