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The Triangle System: Noteboom, Marshall Gambit and other Semi-Slav Triangle Lines - Scherbakov - Book - Chess-House
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The Triangle System: Noteboom, Marshall Gambit and other Semi-Slav Triangle Lines - Scherbakov

Grandmaster Ruslan Scherbakov presents an opening system for Black based on the Semi-Slav Triangle, an ambitious way to fight the ever-popular Queen's Gambit. Black's weapons include the Noteboom Variation a dynamic counterattack which takes... Read More

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About The Triangle System: Noteboom, Marshall Gambit and other Semi-Slav Triangle Lines - Scherbakov.

Grandmaster Ruslan Scherbakov presents an opening system for Black based on the Semi-Slav Triangle, an ambitious way to fight the ever-popular Queen's Gambit. Black's weapons include the Noteboom Variation a dynamic counterattack which takes White out of his comfort zone and offers Black the chance to dictate the game from the outset. Scherbakov also examines options for Black against the aggressive Semi-Slav Marshall Gambit, as well as White's quieter tries such as the Exchange Variation, various defences of the c4-pawn and the Catalan approach. Scherbakov has over 20 years of experience in studying and playing these opening variations, which have been tried and tested successfully at grandmaster level and are specially designed for players who want to challenge White in the opening.

Features

  • Written by a renowned Semi-Slav Triangle expert
  • Packed with new ideas and critical analysis
  • Explains typical plans and tactics for both sides
Specifications
  • 448 Pages
  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Everyman
  • Published: April 2012
Reviews
  • Grandmasters and International Masters interested in the "Pawn Triangle" will love this book as will masters up to 2400. It can be recommended to them without reservation. John Donaldson - Jeremysilman.com/Chess Today
  • This book is excellent, and I will be on the lookout for Scherbakov's name again. NM Bill McGeary - Chessville.com
  • If you a strong player, and ambitious as well, then you will be able to extract excellent value from this truly amazing and detailed book. ***** (5 out of 6) Carsten Hansen - ChessCafe.com