A complete, sound and user-friendly chess opening repertoire. Eight years after his acclaimed The Chess Advantage in Black and White, grandmaster Larry Kaufman is back with a completely new repertoire book.
Every competitive chess player needs to decide which openings he wants to play. Selecting a set of moves to employ, with either white or black, against each likely countermove by your opponent is a daunting challenge that takes a lot of time and effort. Grandmaster and former senior world champion Larry Kaufman provides a ready-to-go repertoire for both colors that is based not on what on what is objectively best (meaning the most popular in recent grandmaster play), but on what is easy to digest for amateurs.
Kaufman has selected a range of sound lines that do not outdate rapidly, do not require the memorization of lots of theory and can be played with confidence. The recommended openings are not razor-sharp but contain enough venom for the white side to strive for a clear advantage and for sufficient counter-chances on the black side. Kaufman presents his material with a good balance between narrative and variations and also provides common-sense guidance on how to evaluate positions. This manual, a completely revised and updated edition of The Chess Advantage in Black and White, provides a practical and reliable chess opening repertoire for a broad audience.
- 496 Pages
- Publisher: New In Chess
- Published: April, 2012