Beating Unusual Chess Openings has 9 ratings and 1 review. Richard Palliser Beating Unusual Chess Openings is a godsend to those chess players fed. Those fearful days and nights are gone thanks to IM Richard Palliser’s fantastic book! In it he deals with all the weird and wonderful openings. Beating Unusual Chess Openings: Dealing with the English, Reti, King s Indian Attack and Other Annoying Systems (Paperback) by Richard Palliser and a great .
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Nf3, he gives the alternatives He does give some suggestions of his own though in case the usual openings are avoided. If gambits aren’t your thing he has a solid alternative suggestion as well. I play only the open Slav.
Paperbackpages. It suggests a solution only chesx the 1. Two advances of the G-Pawn -Here he covers both 1. Should I study the Meran or could another move-order trick be played on Meran adherents, too?
The title of the book is perhaps slightly misleading as about half of it is taken up with the Symmetrical English and a quarter with 1. For example, play The Nimzo-Larsen Attack 1. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Am I move-ordered to a kind of Chebanenko Slav? I have always thought Sarno’s idea in the following line a bit troublesome for Black: White plays an early d4 -This is the last of the English opening coverage.
In OTB tournaments I’d often see kids playing stuff like the grob, secretly hoping no one ever plays stuff like that against me Carsten Hansen agrees in his symmetrical english book. Part 1 Play The Dutch: This book was mentioned in Yelena Dembo’s excellent “Fighting the Anti-King’s Indians” previously reviewed where she called it a “very useful book”.
Beating Unusual Chess Openings
I agree in that it’s not only helpful but gives you a fresh look at richrd old board. So far I have had success against lower rated opponents but not so much against higher rated. Steve Wollkind added it Dec 12, Want to Read saving….
Move orders are discussed and sometimes more than one Black option is included to suit players of differing styles and repertoires. Erik Peters rated it really liked it Dec 30, I review “Beating Unusual Chess Openings” ericmittens. He references “the dynamic english” by tony kosten my white repertoire book quite a bit and offers some new analysis of the recommended lines.
Jack Bussert rated it it was amazing Mar 13, What are the advantages of 4. As usual the material is well researched and organised by I.
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And I distrust the Qb6 line after an early d Books by Richard Palliser. I recall that Palliser covers at least some of that kind of thing thinking also of 3.
Other openings surveyed include the Bird 1. Caissa have mercy on a miserable patzer: Nathan Zimmermann marked it as to-read Nov richaed, Good job IM Palliser!
Beating Unusual Chess Openings, Richard Palliser
Jordi Comellas marked it as to-read Apr 30, Richard Palliser who is quickly gaining a reputation as a diligent chess writer. Nc3 -Since this move can transpose into a million different things, Palliser suggests beatinng player try to steer the opening into something more familiar to himself.
Goodreads helps you keep track pakliser books you want to read. I’ve run into the Bird’s, English, Reti, and Nimzo-Larsen in correspondence online fairly regularly where someone is looking for a bit of a curve-ball t A very good book that gives you sound beginnings in combating the English, Reti, King’s Indian Attack and even Bird’s Opening, an odd one you’ll see quite regularly at clubs here and there.