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A Vigorous Chess Opening Repertoire for Black: Tackling 1.e4 with 1...e5 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 7. Februar 2014

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An excellent new book. Cohen's pragmatic suggestions should find a wide audience. (John Donaldson, International master, International Master jeremysilman.com)

A quality publication with games by the elite: Kramnik, Anand, Topalov and so on. Topical and recommendable, pleasantly free from gimmicks and overstatements. (British Chess Magazine)

This repertoire is structured quite well and its theory will uphold against strong grandmasters as well! Impressive. (Lukas Wedrechowski dailychess.org)

I am impressed by the writing of Or Cohen. He has taken on a controversial subject and produced a very interesting and thought-provoking book. I'm sure Frank James Marshall would approve! (Marshtower Chess Reviews)

Indeed, unlike Karpov in his infamous 'Winning with the Petroff' (where Black didn't win a single illustrative game if memory serves correctly), plenty of pawn sacrifices and sharp lines are presented which might just change your mind. (CHESS Magazine)

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Or Cohen was born in 1981 in Israel. He is a FIDE Master and has published in the Secrets of Opening Surprises series. Cohen has been an uncompromising Petroff player since childhood.


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Ein komplettes Repertoire gegen 1. e4

In seinem Buch "A vigorous chess opening Repertoire for Black" stellt Or Cohen, ein FIDE-Meister aus Israel, ein komplettes Repertoire gegen 1. e4 vor. Das Repertoire basiert auf der Russischen Verteidigung 1. e4 e5 2. Sf3 Sf6. Ich vermute der Buchtitel verrät dies nicht, da diese Eröffnung den Ruf einer sehr remislichen Verteidigung hat. Allerdings passt der Titel zum Repertoire ganz gut, da Or Cohen aggressive Abspiele wählt.

Zunächst werden im ersten Teil (70 Seiten) der Buches frühe Abweichungen besprochen. Da gibt es nach 1. e4 e5 bekanntermaßen jede Menge erwähnenswerte Systeme. Meines Wissens nach werden alle wichtigen Systeme besprochen, wobei mir die Analysen unterschiedlich gut gefallen haben. Die Empfehlungen gegen wirklich selten Eröffnungen haben mir gut gefallen (z. B. die portugiesische Eröffnung 1. e4 e5 2. Lb5 oder das Mittelgambit 1. e4 e5 2. d4). Auch die Empfehlungen gegen das im Amateurbereich häufig gespielte Vierspringerspiel nach 1. e4 e5 2. Sf3 Sf6 3. Sc3 Sc6, die ins die spanische oder schottische Partie überleiten können, empfand ich als sehr überzeugend. Gegen das Königsgambit und vor allem das Läuferspiel (1. e4 e5 2. Lc4) sind die Analysen meines Erachtens nicht ganz so gut gelungen. Im ersten Fall wählt Cohen ein Abspiel im abgelehnten Königsgambit, das meines Erachtens nach in theoretischen Schwierigkeiten steckt und zumindest im Fernschachbereich stark und Druck steht. Im Läuferspiel kann Weiß ins die moderne italienische Partie überleiten. Daran ist nichts verkehrt und Schwarz kann vermutlich ausgleichen, aber Cohen bespricht das Abspiel auf ganzen 6 Seiten.
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HASH(0x9330b24c) von 5 Sternen Good Petroff coverage, mediocre repertoire and terrible formatting 29. September 2014
Von Tom - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I came to this book with a lot of experience playing the black side of various 1...e5 lines with 2...Nc6, having grown tired of facing tons of Moeller attacks and other questionable gambits while rarely getting to play the main lines of the Lopez I was hoping for when I first started playing 1...e5. The Petroff has a drawish reputation but that's among super GMs, I was more interested in the open piece play and if nothing else putting white club players intent on weird gambits on unfamiliar ground with 2...Nf6. Having now played piece of the repertoire from the book I have a few thoughts:

- The non-Petroff portions are a mixed bag. I like the lines Cohen provides against the four knights (both Spanish and Scotch), but some of his King's Gambit analysis seems questionable. I've also had a couple of games where white played moves he didn't mention but that turned to have been fairly common when I checked Chessbase.

- The Petroff sections are much better. I especially like his suggested lines against Cochrane gambit which seems to be very commonly played among club players (from my limited experience).

So why three stars? The non-Petroff repertoire inconsistency is worth one star off, the other is just the formatting of the book. I found if extremely difficult to read, in terms of picking up the main line and distinguishing it from secondary lines. It's also somewhat hard at times to figure out what is important and what is not, as the main game may not be the line he really wants to examine, with the main line being buried in comments. That seems to happen mostly with his own games (of which many are included) which makes me wonder if there's a bit of vanity in play.

I think the main root of the book being hard to read is that it's not quite a complete games style repertoire, but it's also not a move tree repertoire but rather something in the middle. There are many complete games for sure, but the in line annotations are so extensive that move tree style probably would have been easier to follow. In the end Cohen gets the worst of both worlds from a formatting perspective.

This is not a bad book to learn the Petroff, it's just hard to use and the repertoire section is questionable.
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HASH(0x932ffe04) von 5 Sternen A very good repertoire book for anyone looking to play the Petroff 25. Oktober 2014
Von joe studly - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I don't agree with all his choices, but very complete with some original analysis. A very good repertoire book for anyone looking to play the Petroff. I have quite a few books on the Petroff and this has been by far the most helpful in designing a repertoire.
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HASH(0x932ffe40) von 5 Sternen Complete Guide to Meeting 1. e4 for Club Players 24. März 2014
Von Christopher J. Falter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Or Cohen, an Israeli FIDE master currently rated 2349, has assembled a black repertoire based primarily on the Petroff Defense (1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6). Most grandmasters play it because the balanced positions that can emerge are somewhat drawish at that level, but Cohen advocates using the repertoire with aggressive intentions. The Petroff (or Petrov Defense or Russian Defense) doesn't feature the super-sharp-attacks-on-opposite-wings-where-one-small-slip-is fatal middlegames that some variations of the Sicilian Defense foster, but Cohen shows that Black can get dynamic play that is positionally sound.

Cohen's repertoire uses 108 annotated games that include plentiful analysis of early move alternatives. The games are primarily recent grandmaster encounters, but the author also sprinkles in a few of his games. Cohen's computer-checked analysis tails off sharply as the endgame approaches, as you would expect in an opening repertoire.

If your white opponent does not want to face your Petroff preparation, Cohen first presents several short chapters of advice for parrying the Vienna (2. Nc3), the Four Knights, and second-move gambits (such as the King's Gambit). His well-organized Petroff chapters cover both White's major lines and the offbeat tries.

My only reservation about the book is that Black scores 72% (with only 7 losses) in the 108 main games. I would expect any repertoire to lean somewhat in favor of successful examples so the reader can understand which kind of maneuvers can lead to a positive result. On the other hand, Cohen's selection of games leans so heavily in Black's favor that he does little to help the reader understand what kind of mistakes can lead to a Petroff pratfall.

Cohen's book is probably too brief to fulfill the opening preparation needs of an expert or higher (rated 2000+), but the brevity is probably useful for the average club player, who will not need to wade through a large volume of material to get started with the repertoire. Moreover, white proponents of 1.e4 do not often face the Petroff at the club level (if my experience is any indication), so the Petroff has a certain novelty value. Club players in search of a good repertoire against 1.e4 will find this to be a worthwhile purchase.

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The publisher provided a review copy of the book in return for my honest review.
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HASH(0x93383a44) von 5 Sternen Mixing It Up 2. Juli 2014
Von Danny Woodall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book gets 5 stars because it is very detailed. You will be able to answer 1.e4 with 1... e5 after going through this book. Each chapter has an introduction and a conclusion to help prepare you to play this opening. The book main defense is the Petroff. If you are tired of pushing pawns and hoping for some positional play, then it is time for Petroff. Active piece paly is the key to the Petroff.
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HASH(0x933855f4) von 5 Sternen Confusingly Formatted 11. Juni 2016
Von King Kong - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Yikes! Open this book to any page at random and what you'll see is 90-95% chess notation. Mr. Cohen is truly a "man of few words!" There are variations within variations within variations, a bramble at times so tangled that it gets hard to follow due to the formatting of the notes. This would probably be a pretty good book for the 2000s and above, but for those of us who are cannon fodder for the 2000s, I don't think I can really recommend this. We are always being told by the chess elite that we should learn opening ideas and not memorize variations, but you won't find much of that here! Just variations within variations with variations. In other words, a typical repertoire book. I wrote in a review some time ago that I would never buy another one. We'll see if I've finally learned that lesson!
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