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TJ, thanks for sharing the game! I have a database with of his games and are with the Black pieces. After a brief review, only a few games did not begin with The book's introduction places this game as a "favorite", but also an "old school" modern. Old school modern's played The author promotes There are pages of annotations and I hope to eventually get them in this interactive game below. Suttles Belgrade gameknot.
Anyway, glad I got a chuckle with the howler comment, wasn't chuckling at the time though when I realised what I had done! Thanks for your posts in this thread Joe, I'll be sure to study up.www.belogorie.by/modules
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What's your thoughts on the Dutch Defence? The literature out there tells me that basically White should have no trouble picking it apart but then again, the literature says the exact same thing about the Latvian. Dutch The "literature out there" is wrong if it claims that. The Dutch Defence is a recognized and valid opening, there is no "forced win" for White in it or, if I am wrong, I will be extremely happy if someone could give me a reference for that!
It is true that it is not the most played opening in the GM world today, but that is as much a matter of fashion as anything else.
It happens regularly that "old" and outmoded openings note: outmoded is not the same as invalid are taken up again and gains new popularity; it has happened, for instance, with both the Petrov Defence and the Vienna Game recently. Actually I might have misread "the literature out there" Read: anything I can find by googling Dutch Defence as I thought it said two things: 1.
Not as popular with GMs as it once was. THis is because it's silly. Whilst you've backed up 1. I can't find anything to support 2. Next op I get Dutch Defence it will be! The Dutch I did play with the Dutch and we have a couple of threads about the Dutch. One of our members posted a tourney and the results.
There are quite a number of games to look at At the time, I was strictly Queens Pawn opener and wanted to compete with him on his terms! He cleaned my clock often with the Dutch, therefore, I respect it! I tried the link again and it says page not found. For chess4him www. Go to the web sites and type I am not going to buy this book. If chess4him have these two books please let me know if there is any differences between the two books so that I will not waste any more money to buy this one. I already have many chess books. Most of them end up unread. For me The only difference is the sequence of moves but later after some moves they will transpose to the same position.
The other difference is how the author presents and how easily you can grasp and understand. When I started looking for the review, I came across a Utube sample www. I did not know that Ladkawala produced another similar book. I have his book on the Modern Defense, Move by Move. That is, His style of content is great with plenty of discussion, exercises and thought probing questions. Lots of games. You have me hungry now for the I had it for several yrs.
My advice is don't buy an old book. As I mentioned before Pirc and Modern openings are similar because after several moves they can transpose into the same position. If you already have a Modern defence good book you may not need the same opening book. The correct link is above. Whenever you go to bookstore, youtube, ebay or any websites with merchandise for sale, use the search engines by typing in what you are looking for.
Surprisingly, most of the time you will find the answer. I'm looking for Modern or Pirc Defense players who are interested in going against white's Attack? Rated or unrated game OK.
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By continually challenging the reader to answer probing questions throughout the book, the Move by Move format greatly encourages the learning and practicing of vital skills just as much as the traditional assimilation of opening knowledge. Carefully selected questions and answers are designed to keep you actively involved and allow you to monitor your progress as you learn. Ruslan Scherbakov. Charlie Storey.
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By continually challenging the reader to answer probing questions throughout the book, the Move by Move format greatly encourages the learning and practising of vital skills just as much as the traditional assimilation of opening knowledge. Carefully selected questions and answers are designed to keep you actively involved and allow you to monitor your progress as you learn.
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This is an excellent way to study any chess opening and at the same time improve your general chess skills and knowledge. The Modern Defence is an ambitious, counter-attacking choice for Black which can be played against all mainline openings. In typical hypermodern style, Black allows White to occupy the centre and then proceeds to undermine this centre with pawn and piece attacks. In this book, Cyrus Lakdawala examines the key variations of the Modern Defence.
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He shares his experience and knowledge, presents a repertoire for Black and provides answers to all the key questions.