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The Modernized Italian Game for White

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Utgivelsesdato Mars 2021
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Pris 345 NOK
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"Enda en" bok om den moderne måten å spille Italiensk på, uten et helt tidlig d4, men gjerne d3 og c3, som nå brukes ikke minst av selve verdenseliten. En herlig bok med instruktive ideer, planer og partier godt forklart.

Nyeste bok om dette sentrale temaet står på skuldrene til de forrige, pluss nyter godt av erfaring opparbeidet ikke minst i verdenseliten.

Forlagets egen omtale:

The Italian Game is the front-line of modern chess. After a hundred years of oblivion, in the 21st century, it edged out many other renowned openings, and is employed today by all the world’s top players. Its modern interpretation is full of new ideas, and its theory has grown thanks to the research of modern grandmasters. This book is an attempt to comprehend the current state of this opening.

The book, however, is not just a collection of lines of this fashionable opening. Its main idea is to demonstrate the key ideas and typical techniques in various opening positions, with every key idea being highlighted in the text. The manual can thus be used as a strategy textbook in Italian-type positions; it even includes a special section called ‘The Italian Endgame’.

A separate chapter is devoted to one the most important problems of modern chess, that is, getting similar positions of the Italian type from other openings.

The book should be of interest to players of various strengths.

Innholdet:

011 Chapter 1 – The Italian Game in Spanish Clothing

013 A Historical Flashback: Italian/Spanish Idiosyncrasies

051 Chapter 2 – The Giuoco Pianissimo: Strategic Ideas & Themes

053 1. White attacks on the kingside whilst castling queenside or leaving their king in the center

061 2. White attacks on the kingside with mutual short castling

070 3. White seizes space in the center with d3-d4

073 4. White takes the initiative on the queenside

081 5. Hunting down the Italian bishop

086 6. The Italian bishop attacks thin air

090 7. The problem with exchanging the Spanish bishop

103 8. The ...d6(d7)-d5 advance

109 9. The Italian endgame

114 10. Attack of the f-pawn

118 11. Black attacks with pieces on the kingside

120 12. Neutralizing the f4-knight

126 13. The pin along the h4-d8 diagonal

135 Chapter 3 – Into the Labyrinth of the Giuoco Pianissimo

137 Line 1. White goes for an early advance with their queenside pawns

152 Line 2. The Classical Line

201 Line 3. Deviations from the Classical Line: Black leaves the bishop on c5 in an attempt to gain time

218 Line 4. Black goes for ...d7-d5

239 Line 5. The Modern Line with a2-a4

289 Line 6. Pinning with Bc1-g5 when both sides castle short

307 Chapter 4 – The Italian/Spanish Complex

309 The Two Knights Defense

342 The Philidor Defense

350 The Bishop's Opening

Detaljert info
Innbundet? Nei
Type Bok
Språk Engelsk
Antall sider 384