Sjakk-bøker Åpningsbøker 1 e4-åpninger Caro-Kann

Win with the Caro-Kann

Utgivelsesdato Mars 2021
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En norskskrevet repertoarbok for svart med spennende varianter i Caro-Kann! I hovedvarianten 3 Sc3 eller Sd2 viser forfatterne både "Capablanca-varianten" 3...dxe4 4 Sxe4 Lf5 og "Korchnoi-varianten" 4...Sf6 5 Sxf6 exf6.

Et kanskje ekstra ambisiøst valg fra forfatternes side er at de møter framstøtsvarianten 3 e5 med 3...c5(!) som straks satser på å lage trøbbel for hvit.

Forlagets egen omtale:

The Caro-Kann is a rare beast among chess openings. While respected as a sound and safe way to start the game, it also avoids symmetry or simplification. This allows Black many ways to keep the game unbalanced and play for a win.

Two Norwegian opening experts provide a set of options that take full advantage of this flexibility. In the main line, you are given a choice between the 4...Bf5 and the 5...exf6 systems – but both strictly in their modern dynamic forms! In the latter, Hansen is a world-leading authority, with a wealth of experience to explain the typical mistakes White makes when facing this deceptively tricky line. By studying his material, you will be well ahead of the game in this rapidly-evolving system. For instance, the critical improvements over the Duda-Carlsen game in 2020 were already in Hansen’s files from two years earlier.

The other recommended systems for Black are also aggressive and very much the ‘21st-century Caro-Kann’. It’s 3...c5 against the Advance, in which Hansen is also an outstanding specialist. The Panov Attack is answered with ...g6 lines – strategically ideal, and nowadays backed up by amazing modern computer analysis. Against the Two Knights, we are offered an ...exf6 option as well as the ...Bg4 approach. The repertoire is completed with good sensible recommendations against almost every other conceivable move White can throw at the Caro-Kann. This extremely up-to-date book has an innovative structure, with ‘lessons’, model games and theory ‘magnifiers’.

Sverre Johnsen is a chess analyst, researcher, organizer, trainer and writer from Norway. He is co-author of Win with the London System and Win with the Stonewall Dutch, two of the best-selling openings books of recent years.

Grandmaster Torbjørn Ringdal Hansen is also from Norway. He is one of the founders of the chess retail business Sjakkhuset and works full-time as a chess trainer. He was the first coach of Magnus Carlsen and has worked with three other players who went on to become grandmasters.

Om forfatteren Sverre Johnsen

Mesterspilleren Sverre Johnsen, født 1964, har gjennom mange år vært medlem i Oslo Schakselskap og har nå flyttet tilbake til hjembyen Kongsvinger. Han er en av Norges mest erfarne sjakktrenere gjennom de siste drøyt 30 årene og er æresmedlem i Ungdommens Sjakkforbund siden 2015. Sverre Johnsen er Norges mest aktive fagforfatter på sjakkens område, med flere vellykkede utgivtte åpningsbøker særlig på det viktige engelske sjakkforlaget Gambit: I tillegg til de tilgjengelige ikke minst de utsolgte bestselgerne Win with the London System (2005, med Vlatko Kovacevic) og Win with the Stonewall Dutch (2010, med Ivar Bern).Skrev også flere åpningshefter på norsk på 90-tallet og senest den innbundne boka Spill siciliansk (2017), som også har fått svært positiv mottagelse.
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Språk Engelsk
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