Chess Developments: The Modern Benoni - Palliser
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About Chess Developments: The Modern Benoni - Palliser.
Chess Developments is a brand new series providing state-of-the-art openings coverage. Chess Developments focuses on the current trends - concentrating on critical lines, theoretical novelties and powerful new ideas. It offers players of all levels the opportunity to keep up-to-date with current opening theory whilst also expanding and improving their repertoires. The Modern Benoni is an exciting, counter-attacking weapon against 1 d4. Black willingly creates an early imbalance which allows both sides to fight for the initiative in positions which are rich in tactical and strategic possibilities. In this book, Richard Palliser examines the most theoretically important and instructive Modern Benoni games from recent years, highlighting the main developments and novelties for both sides. Whether playing White or Black, studying this book will provide you with essential information on a popular opening.
- Written by a renowned Modern Benoni expert
- Packed with new ideas and critical analysis
- User-friendly design to help readers absorb information
- 288 Pages
- Publisher: Everyman
- Published: January 2012
- In conclusion this book is a cutting-edge guide to the Modern Benoni for any aspiring chess tournament player - Martin Rieger Rochade Europa
- When it comes to the Modern Benoni, Palliser is a good choice as author. He plays the opening himself and has written extensively about it over the years. The material in this volume is very high level. The intended audience is for players rated above 2000, and even higher. For this audience, the book will represent an excellent summary of the current standing of theory, as well as being the starting point for further analysis. - Carsten Hansen ChessCafe.com