Tactics in the Chess Opening 5: Indian Defences - Ernst / van der Stricht
About the Tactics in the Chess Opening 5: Indian Defences - Ernst / van der Stricht
For casual players and club players. Every chess player loves to win early in the game with a deadly combination or a cunning trap. On the other hand, nobody wants to be tricked by his opponent before the game has really started. Part 5 in the popular series Tactics in the Chess Opening teaches how to recognize opportunities to attack early in the game. You will also learn how to avoid standard pitfalls in the opening. This book explains, in around 230 carefully selected and annotated games, all the tactical themes and typical traps of the main lines in the Indian Openings and related systems like the Catalan Opening and the Benoni Defence. After studying these brilliant surprise attacks, or just enjoying them, the adventurous chess player will win more games.
- 239 Pages
- Publisher: New In Chess
- Published: 2007
- British Chess Magazine "A large number of both subtle and unsubtle man-traps that can be used to gain easy points."
- John Elburg Chess Reviews "Playing through these well explained games will help you to obtain a feeling for the characteristic middle game stratagems."
- Mark Donlan, Chess Horizons: "If you play these openings, you'll want to be familiar with these tactical themes."
- Carsten Hansen, ChessCafe "The authors do a good job of keeping their target audience in mind, say, those rated between 1300 and 2100, with the lower end of the spectrum deriving the most benefit."