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The Triangle System: Noteboom, Marshall Gambit and Other Semi-Slav Triangle Lines (Everyman Chess) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 15. Februar 2012

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  • Taschenbuch: 448 Seiten
  • Verlag: Everyman Chess (15. Februar 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1857446445
  • ISBN-13: 978-1857446449
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,6 x 16,8 x 1,8 cm
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Improvers (the level above beginners) upwards.


Grandmaster Ruslan Scherbakov presents an opening system for Black based on the Semi-Slav Triangle – an ambitious way to fight the ever-popular Queen’s Gambit. Black’s weapons include the Noteboom Variation – a dynamic counterattack which takes White out of his comfort zone and offers Black the chance to dictate the game from the outset. Scherbakov also examines options for Black against the aggressive Semi-Slav Marshall Gambit, as well as White’s quieter tries such as the Exchange Variation, various defences of the c4-pawn and the Catalan approach. Scherbakov has over 20 years of experience studying and playing these opening variations, which have been tried and tested successfully at grandmaster level and are ideally designed for players who want to challenge White in the opening.
*Written by a renowned Semi-Slav Triangle expert
*Packed with new ideas and critical analysis
*Explains typical plans and tactics for both sides

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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Michael Kirsch am 12. Juni 2013
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Der Autor beschreibt neben dem eigentlichen "Triangle"-System bzw. Noteboom-Variantenbäumen, die aufgrund ihrer Komplexität nur für hard-core Berufsspieler geeignet sein sollten, auch angrenzende Systeme wie das Marshall-Gambit und sinnvolle Übergänge zum Stonewall-Holländer. Die Analysen hierzu sind exellent und im Falle des Marshall-Gambit's auch für den Weiß.-Spieler von Interesse, um nicht zu sagen ein "Muss" für den 1.D4-Spieler. Das Buch ist in relativ einfacher englischer Sprache geschrieben,
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Marvelous 1. Mai 2012
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I am very, very impressed. This really is one of the best opening works that I can recall. I have a library of six or seven hundred chess books, and I don't think that it includes any, devoted to a specific opening system, better than this one. It is beyond thorough, delving deeply into, organizing, and evaluating some of the most complicated, important and heretofore obscure variations in all of chess theory. It is not a repertoire book, but a full exploration of the possibilities for either side. The evaluations exaggerate neither side's chances.

It is clear and concise. The diction is formal but still engaging. It is refreshingly free of the self-congratulation, upon finding this or that new idea, that has recently afflicted the chess opening literature. There is enough discussion of important positions that the amateur can gain significant insights from the Grandmaster, but nothing that merely points out the obvious.

But the chess is marvelous! There is so much complexity and dynamism here. Anyone playing either the Noteboom or the Marshall Gambit from either side must have this book. If you play 1.d4 or answer 1.d4 with 1...d5, buy it. Buy it anyway for the fascinating exploration of fighting chess that it is. Playing through these variations, you can hear the opposing shields thumping together, and the clash of sword against sword.

Mark F. Morss, USCF-NM.
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Best opening book I have ever read 30. Juni 2012
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An excellent book, very highly recommended. It is probably the best written opening book I have ever read. It covers mostly two openings, the Noteboom Variation after 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c5 3.Nc3 c6 4.Nf3 dxc4 (193 pages) and the Marshall (Slav) Gambit after 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c5 3.Nc3 c6 4.e4 (134 pages). The remainder of the book (113 pages) is devoted to various anti-triangle systems. It is by far the most comprehensive treatment of either the Noteboom Variation (a sentimental favorite of mine) and the Marshall (Slav) Gambit I have ever seen, and all the theory and games are fairly recent. Because of its narrow focus, it's probably more suitable to intermediate and advanced players.

For those not familiar with either the Noteboom Variation and the Marshall (Slav) Gambit, two relatively rare openings, this book will be a revelation. The Noteboom is characterized by two advanced passed pawns by Black and tight control of the center by White, along with the two bishops. White must typically win in the middlegame or he will likely lose the endgame. The Marshall (Slav) Gambit is characterized by wide open play where White's advantage in development compensates (or tries to) for the pawn minus. The lines for both variations are unbalanced, complex, and ultrasharp, where one misstep by either side can easily be fatal, and lead to a high percentage of wins for Black and relatively few draws. One does not often see a position with 8 connected passed pawns as occurred in one of the games listed! At the time I write this after 4.Nf3 dxc4 the database lists 589 games with 36.5% wins for White, 39.4% wins for Black, and 24.1% draws. After 4.e4 the database lists 442 games with 45.2% wins for White, 26.7% wins for Black, and 28.1% draws. So, if you need to win with Black, the Noteboom Variation may be of interest. And, when facing the Slav Triangle System as White, the Marshall (Slav) Gambit may also be of interest.

The book uses the analysis format where complete games are seldom given, allowing more information to be contained in the 448 pages. But each line is analyzed in detail, with alternatives explored, and an unbiased evaluation of the resulting positions (and the reasons for the evaluations) is always provided. There is a useful and complete index of variations at the end of the book.

The author acquired his FIDE GM title in 1993 and has extensive experience with both the White and Black sides of the Slav Triangle System. He has an easy to read writing style, and provides extensive explanations of the reasons behind the moves and each the lines. Each chapter and variation has both an introduction outlining the goals for both sides and a summary indicating how successful, if at all, each side was, and why. Particularly interesting is how the author "inches" forward in the Noteboom Variation alternative lines, from the start with 4...dxc4 to the main line reached after 5.a4 b4 6.e3 b5 7.Bd2 a5 8.axb5 Bxc3 9.Bxc3 cxb5 10.b3 Bb7 11.Bxc4 b4 12.Bb2 Nf6 13.Bd3. It really helps you understand the opening!

The book itself is of high quality. The type is well sized for the size of the book and easy on the eyes, with good spacing between the lines of text. The paper is thick and smooth and the binding robust. The book looks like it will stand up to wear and tear very well. Which is a good thing since I suspect that you will be using this book a lot, just like I will.
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Inspiring 12. Juli 2012
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Quite an unusual effort from Lazyman, er ... I mean Everyman. A fully comprehensive and in depth look at a compelling opening system. Less prose than their usual efforts and chock full of original, honest, non-cherry picked analysis. The author is a real maestro with this system and it seems he has shared a lot of his real work efforts here and not just offered up the usual superficial treatise that Lazyman has come to be known for in their opening tomes.

A must buy for any chess players going with or against the Noteboom, lovers of fighting chess, and/or serious students of the game.
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A pretty decent book covering a popular response to 1. d4. 28. Juli 2014
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If you play 1.d4 as white and are looking for a response to the Triangle System, you really need to go no further than Chapter 1 in this book. If you are looking for a response to 1.d4 as Black, the system presented here is solid, but not without risk. The Noteboom is a great weapon and has a good winning percentage for Black. However, you should pay close attention to Chapter 1 and you might be uncomfortable facing the Marshall Gambit outlined in section 2.
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Good but incomplete 8. Dezember 2013
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Good Book covers a lot fo stuff, but I wonder why the book doe snot cover what happens when white plays an exchange variation with cxd5. I woudl imagaine it shoudl have also covered some Carlsbad Structures in order to be a more complete book.
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