Starting Out: Open Games - Flear
About the Starting Out: Open Games - Flear
'Open Games' refer to a myriad of openings arising after the ever-popular 1 e4 e5: the Italian Game, the Scotch, The Two Knights Defense, the King's Gambit, the Evans Gambit, the Bishop's Opening, the Four Knights, the Petroff and much more besides. In this book, Glenn Flear goes back to basics, introducing the key moves and ideas, and taking care to explain the reasoning behind them - something that has often been neglected or taken for granted in other works. He places particular emphasis on the lines that players are most likely to face. The Starting Out series has firmly established itself as the leading guide to studying openings for up-and-coming chess players. These books are ideal for enthusiasts who don't necessarily have extensive knowledge of the openings in question and who wish to appreciate the essential principles behind them.
Author Glenn Flear is a well-known Grandmaster, an experienced trainer, and a skilled writer who has many chess books to his name, including the bestseller Practical Endgame Play - Beyond the Basics.
- User-friendly design to assist readers
- Concentrates on the fundamental principles of the openings
- Ideal for those players looking to improve, club players and tournament players
- 304 Pages
- Publisher: Everyman
- Published: May, 2010