- Taschenbuch: 304 Seiten
- Verlag: Everyman Chess (31. Oktober 2010)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1857446356
- ISBN-13: 978-1857446357
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 2 x 22,6 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 224.314 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Dangerous Weapons: The Caro-Kann: Dazzle Your Opponents! (Everyman Chess) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 31. Oktober 2010
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'I feel that these books are the most refreshing of recent opening products, and wonderful for anyone wishing to get off of the main theoretical paths.'Award-winning author John Watson reviewing the "Dangerous Weapons" series for "The Week in Chess". 'The book should be welcomed by all tournament players who like to see their pieces flying.'Grandmaster Lubomir Kavalek reviewing "Dangerous Weapons: The Nimzo-Indian" for "Washington"" Post."
I feel that these books are the most refreshing of recent opening products, and wonderful for anyone wishing to get off of the main theoretical paths. Award-winning author John Watson reviewing the Dangerous Weapons series for The Week in Chess. The book should be welcomed by all tournament players who like to see their pieces flying. Grandmaster Lubomir Kavalek reviewing Dangerous Weapons: The Nimzo-Indian for Washington Post."
Do you need to freshen up your chess openings? Stun your opponents with new and exciting ideas! Dangerous Weapons is a series of opening books which supply the reader with an abundance of hard-hitting ideas to revitalize his or her opening repertoire. In this book, three opening specialists team up and take a contemporary look at the Caro-Kann, one of the most popular chess openings. Instead of analysing the well-trodden main lines they concentrate on fresh or little-explored variations, selecting a wealth of dangerous options for both colours. Whether playing White or Black, a study of this book will leave you confident and fully-armed, and your opponents running for cover!State-of-the-art coverage of the Caro-Kann Packed with original ideas and analysis Ideal weapons to shock your opponentsGrandmaster John Emms and International Masters Richard Palliser and Jovanka Houska are highly respected authors who are renowned for their creative opening ideas and expertise."Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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The 3 chapters on the "Botvinnik-Panov Attack" by GM John Emms all pass the "Houdini" verification test with flying colors.Unfortunately the chapters on the Bronstein-Larsen var. 4...Nf6 5...gf6 dont even pass the ECO test (Encyclopedia of Chess Openings at B16, 4th edition) let alone a Houdini verification test and will only work if your opponent never studied MCO 15 or NCO (Nunns Chess Openings).
Chapter 2 of this book is entitled "The Charging h Pawn" by Palliser and is a good example of what I am talking about.Here Palliser recommends the following system for black:1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 de4 4.Ne4 Nf6 5.Nf6 gf6 6.c3 h5!?He then examines a strong white continuation with 7.Bc4 Nd7 8.Qb3 e6 9.Nf3 Bd6 10.0-0 Nb6 and now at page 49 only mentions 11.Be2! in a footnote stating that after 11...Qc7 12.c4 c5 13.Be3 black should be alright.According to Houdini however after 13.Rd1!! black is struggling since his light squared Bishop has never been activated, making him technically a piece down with white calling all the shots.
The line rehabilitating the 2.d3 Kings Indian Attack is also very weak.So you really buy these books at a risk, since at club level rest assured anyone over 1700 will have studied MCO 15 and the other sources mentioned.It boils down to the author of each particular chapter.I still enjoy going through this series however but be aware of what I have had first hand experience in, for example when I have tried the recommendations and terrible analysis from "Dangerous Weapons the Nimzo Indian" (see my review) I got horrible positions and lost many games.
So you should always check your favorite lines and especially the analysis, with a powerful engine before using it at any OTB tournament, otherwise your opponent might unleash a deadly refutation that catches you totally unprepared.The Dangerous Weapons series is therefore not without faults, but if you check and verify the mainlines and analysis before using it, the results can be rewarding.
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