Openings - The Queen´s Gambit - Jerzy Konikowski, Uwe Bekemann (K-6017)

K-6017

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What does a chess player need who is familiar with the rules, but often gets into trouble right away in the opening?

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Language versionsEnglish
SeriesREAD - UNDERSTAND - PLAY
Author / AuthorsJerzy Konikowski, Uwe Bekemann
PublisherJoachim Beyer Verlag
Publication date1st edition 2021
Pages256
ISBN9783959209885
HardcoverNo
PaperbackNo
DownloadableNo
Width14.5 cm / 5.71 inch
Height21 cm / 8.27 inch

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This question was the starting point for the authors before they began to compile their material. The result is a book that gives explanations to help the reader understand the 'Queen's Gambit' – and instructions to show him how to use it.

And no matter if he is little or even completely unfamiliar with opening theory, this book gives him easy access to this difficult and comprehensive field. The ideas and plans behind each line are explained in detail to ensure that the reader understands them properly instead of just playing moves that he has learned by heart. Even the sense and purpose of single moves are ex- plained, if they are not quite obvious.

Based on the knowledge that the reader will surely acquire by studying this book, it will be easy to build a game and play interesting, entertaining and – last but not least – successful chess.

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Openings - The Queen´s Gambit - Jerzy Konikowski, Uwe Bekemann (K-6017)

Openings - The Queen´s Gambit - Jerzy Konikowski, Uwe Bekemann (K-6017)

What does a chess player need who is familiar with the rules, but often gets into trouble right away in the opening?

Content

007 Explanation of Symbols

008 Preface

009 Pawn structures in the Queen’s Gambit

014 Introduction

036 Chapter 1: The Slav Defense

051 Line 1: The Winawer Gambit

056 Line 2: The Slav Gambit

065 Line 3: The Slav Exchange Variation

073 Line 4: The continuation 4...dxc4

081 Line 5: The Botvinnik Variation

086 Chapter 2: The Queen’s Gambit Accepted

090 Line 1: The continuation 3.e4

096 Line 2: The continuation 3.Sc3

100 Chapter 3: The Albin Counter-Gambit

105 Chapter 4: The Chigorin Defense

115 Chapter 5: The Vienna Variation

124 Chapter 6: The Moscow Variation

130 Chapter 7: The Tarrasch Defense

150 Chapter 8: The Exchange Variation

154 Line 1: The continuation 5.Gf4

158 Line 2: The continuation 9.Sge2

163 Chapter 9: The line with 5.Gf4

173 Chapter 10: The Semi-Tarrasch Defense

183 Chapter 11: The Ragozin Variation

193 Chapter 12: The Cambridge-Springs Variation

202 Chapter 13: The Westphalia Variation

210 Chapter 14: The Lasker Defense (classical version)

216 Chapter 15: The Lasker Defense (modern version)

223 Chapter 16: The Tartakower Variation

237 Chapter 17: The Anti-Tartakower Variation

246 Chapter 18: The Capablanca Variation

255 List of Sources

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