Second Hand: Quality, 2012, Grandmaster Repertoire 11, Beating 1.d4 Sidelines, af Boris Avrukh

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På engelsk, 432 sider, udgivet februar 2014

Bogen fremstår som ny

Nu er Avrukh tilbage med endnu en bog i 1.d4 universet, set fra sorts side.

De fleste har med sort et favoritforsvar, som de føler sig tryg ved, når hvid spiller 1.d4 og følger op med det klassiske 2.c4.

Medens man straks føler sig utryg hvis hvid vælger en af de mange sidelinier, der reelt står til hvids rådighed. Fra Blackmar-Diemer gambitten til Veresov, fianchetto systemer og Trompowsky.

Sort skal være klar til at møde en hel række tricky systemer, der hver bringer sine egne unikke farer og udfordringer.

Bogen er opdelt i 4 hovedkapitler:

1) 1.d4,d5
2) 1.d4,Sf6
3) 1.d4,Sf6 2.Sf3,e6
4) 1.d4,Sf6 2.Sf3,g6

I 24 kapitler bliver du klædt på til trygt at møde alle hvids forsøg på at undgå hovedvarianter.

Om forfatteren: 

Boris Avrukh er en stærk stormester fra Israel, som han har vundet olympisk guld med (har spillet 6 Skak Ol for Israel). Født i det tidligere sovjetunionen i 1978, med højeste rating på 2668 i 2009.

Han er tidligere World Youth Champion, og kendt som træner for VM finalister. Anerkendt som dygtig skakforfatter.


Foto af Boris Avrukh

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Anmeldelser:

"Like his groundbreaking two volume works on 1.d4 and the Grunfeld, Avrukh’s latest effort combines meticulous research, a large amount of analytical work, plus skill at breaking down the complicated into the understandable for the non-professional.

Beating 1.d4 Sidelines offers complete repertoires for those who meet 1.d4 with 1…d5, 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 e6 and 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 g6. Each one of these repertoires deals in depth with answers to systems like the Trompowsky, Torre Attack, Colle, Colle-Zukertort (the Colle with a queenside fianchetto), London System and the Barry (1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 g6 3.Nc3) which are the bread and butter of players from the club level to Grandmasters.

Highly recommended for all players rated 1800 on up."

IM John Donaldson (full review)

"In general Avrukh strikes a good balance between making the best use of Black's resources, while also respecting the nuances in White's lines... There is thorough coverage of many common and dangerous lines."

GM Luke McShane, New In Chess

"There is good reason to believe that this book will serve as a bible for those playing Black who want to deal effectively with all these anti-mainline systems. It is incredibly detailed, well-researched, and deeply analyzed throughout... Even in lines that have been scrutinized in other books, such as the Trompowsky and Torre Attacks or the Colle-Zukertort, Avrukh delivers heavy punches to deal with White's shenanigans."

Carsten Hansen, ChessCafe

"In Beating 1.d4 Sidelines, GM Boris Avrukh provides a compact opening reperoire for Black against 1.d4 byways such as the Torre Attack, the London System and the Colle System. These are precisely the systems that you and I encounter most frequently in tournament life and so the practical benefits of this book are correspondingly high...

An outstanding repertoire book, just as essential as the air that you breathe”!"

Martin Rieger, Rochade Europa

"“As usual a good and detailed work. But even Avrukh cannot perform wonders against the Queen's Pawn Openings."

Harald Keilhack, “Schach”

"Readers who have already seen Avrukh's two books on 1.d4 (written from White's perspective) will know what to expect and they won't be disappointed; this new book contains his usual excellent combination of analysis and prose explanations...

Black is provided with plenty of ammunition to declare war on the d4 systems and, armed with Avrukh's weapons, 2.Nf3, 2.Bg5 et al may become welcome sights over the board, rather than openings one would wish to avoid. Highly recommended!"

Sean Marsh, CHESS magazine

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