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This series provides an ideal platform to study chess openings. 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. This is an excellent way to study any chess opening and at the same time improve your general chess skills and knowledge.
 
In this book, International Master Cyrus Lakdawala invites you to join him in studying the Scandinavian Defence. In recent years this opening has become a very popular choice for club and tournament players. Lakdawala focuses on the modern lines with 3...Qd6 – an approach championed by grandmasters and Scandinavian experts such as Sergei Tiviakov. Lakdawala outlines a reliable repertoire for Black, examines the major positional and tactical ideas, answers all the key questions and tells you everything you need to know about playing the Scandinavian.
 
*Essential guidance and training in the Scandinavian
*Important ideas absorbed by continued practice
*Utilizes an ideal approach to chess study

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Not bad, but.... 2. September 2013
Von Fermin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This books will attract you by its title, but beware that it only covers lines will ...c6. In fact must of the theory of the Qd6 scandinavian rounds about ...a6 lines. The author also does not point this, nor in the back cover nor the introduction. He does not say why he has choose that lines and avoid other. If your are a fun of more active lines with ....a6 this book is of little value to you (maybe only first deviations).
I bought the book while thinking it covers the whole Qd6 lines and it is not.
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Good chess masters have a deeper understanding in some positions ... 22. August 2014
Von George E. B. Martins - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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One of the reasons why we buy chess books on openings instead of relying on databases and chess engines is that chess masters can dissect the realm of lore and explain you the basics without mesmerizing you with a maze of variations and ideas. Good chess masters have a deeper understanding in some positions that surpasses the advices computers give. But it takes a a great writer to do the above in a pleasant to read text. Cyrus Lakdawala nailed it in this book. He keeps it simple, delivers accurate knowledge beyond what teh computer says and does it in a fluid text, full of metaphors and analogies. It is very rare for such a small book to offer valuable advice for players rated 2200+ while teaching the basics of an opening to a club player, but i discovered that is exactly what Cyrus accomplished here.
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Nicely done, as usual 9. Juli 2013
Von Tom Ewall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've enjoyed all of Lakdawala's books. I think he does a good job of choosing which material to present, and describing the most salient points. I've been interested in the Qd6 line for a long time, and was pleased to see a "Move by Move" book dedicated to this opening.

The particular line he chose to explore is in the solid but cramped category (but very interesting positions), so that's something to keep in mind, in terms of if this is a sort of position you don't mind playing. I should say, some of the lines are this way, the best choices by White lead to these sorts of positions.
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Great Instruction to an Underrated Opening 23. Juni 2013
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I have always like the Scandinavian Defense because it produces an asymmetrical position and lot less theory unlike the Sicilians and French or e5 in the Open Games. Yes it does bring out the Queen early and the tempo gained on it re-establishes the tempo wait has in the opening. White used two moves on one pawn...yes he does capture a pawn and gets a temporary material advantage but loses time, but Black to regain material equality has to take back either with the Queen or Nf6 and goes from there, so material is level and the one move advantage is back in order to White. That is all I see White gets --- nothing more than a normal advantage. Black gets easier development than normal; i.e.; French...problem Bishop...Sicilian --- problem Bishop...e5...too many lines...etc. It does take patience to play this opening but is it not better to start from equality with easy development and not too many lines than equality with problem piece(s) or more than you can handle theoretical lines. Just Saying.
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