Beating Unusual Chess Openings has 9 ratings and 1 review. Richard Palliser Beating Unusual Chess Openings is a godsend to those chess players fed. Those fearful days and nights are gone thanks to IM Richard Palliser’s fantastic book! In it he deals with all the weird and wonderful openings. Beating Unusual Chess Openings: Dealing with the English, Reti, King s Indian Attack and Other Annoying Systems (Paperback) by Richard Palliser and a great .
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Beating Unusual Chess Openings
As I dig into the book I may have more comments but at riichard time just bsating to say thank you! At the end of it all black has a nice plus, though the position is rather confusing and very interesting Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Roqsan rated it really liked it Dec 09, Also, he gives multiple repertoire options whenever possible, to better suit our taste for positional and theoretical requirements.
This book was mentioned in Yelena Dembo’s excellent “Fighting the Anti-King’s Indians” previously reviewed where she called it a “very useful book”.
Dec 24,6: Nf3 with d5 -Playing c5 is not to everyone’s taste so the classical d5 is also examined. Click here to email us. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
He references “the dynamic english” by tony kosten my white repertoire book quite a bit and offers some new analysis of the recommended lines. No need to fear the Orangutan! Rxe7 Does Palliser consider this? Donald is currently reading it Mar 05, In CC I have decided to transpose to an accelerated dragon, but that looks like an enormous amount of work for a line I face so rarely Webone marked it as to-read Sep 19, Qb6 line after an early d To ask other readers questions about Beating Unusual Chess Openingsplease sign up.
I never even considered that Paperbackpages. This recommendation peaked my interest and Yelena couldn’t have been more right.
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I have always thought Sarno’s idea in the following line a bit troublesome for Black: Nf3 with c5 -In this chapter Palliser goes over the many problems associated with playing against Nf3, it’s no wonder Kramnik and many other GMs have taken it up.
For some reason I’ve had quite a few people play the Sokolsky against me recently and I’ve been more than happy with my position after following Palliser’s suggestions. Lists with This Book.
Practical Decisions in Critical Moments. Andrew rated it really liked it Jun 23, I’ve run into the Bird’s, English, Reti, and Nimzo-Larsen in correspondence online fairly regularly where someone pallixer looking for a bit of a curve-ball to throw and this book unisual one to have near at hand to refresh the strategies.
The book is sorted into chapters based on openings, it’s coverage is as such: Am I move-ordered to a kind of Chebanenko Slav? BookDB marked it as to-read Sep 11, Two advances of the G-Pawn -Here he covers both 1.
In OTB tournaments I’d often see kids playing stuff like the grob, secretly hoping no one ever plays stuff like that against me I can say that the repertoire he provides is very effective as I scored some nice wins my first few times trying this variation. I have noticed that after 1. Temporarily out of stock In stock.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Mike marked it as to-read Sep 04, I play only the open Slav. I recall that Palliser covers at least some of that kind of thing thinking also of 3. But being ricbard unfamiliar with the structure, I chose a wrong plan and got into an utterly miserable position.
Thanks Ptero, very interesting stuff indeed. Mover-order issues after 1. Life is to be enjoyed! The title of the book is perhaps slightly misleading as about half of it is taken up with the Symmetrical English and a quarter with 1.
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Bg4 is not very good in dichard case, but I don’t normally play the Meran. Glenn Mitchell added it Dec 20, Eric Miettinen rated it really liked ricbard Jul 29, Palliser recommends a reverse dutch He does give some suggestions of his own though in case the usual openings are avoided.
Move orders are discussed and sometimes more than one Black option is included to suit players of differing styles and repertoires.
Publishedsoftback, pages. It suggests a solution only to the 1. The man who tries to do something and fails is infinitely better than he who tries to do nothing and succeeds – Lloyd Jones. Nov 14, Cormac Zoso rated it it was amazing Shelves: