200 Open Games

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Courier Corporation, 1991 - Games - 240 pages
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Russian offers a wealth of his finest games, presented in full with numerous illustrative diagrams. Commentary emphasizes ideas behind moves, shows how 1P-K4-P-K4 imposes its patterns on subsequent game. 207 black-and-white illustrations.
 

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Contents

The QP Attack
6
The Vienna Game
38
The Latvian Gambit
46
PetroflPs Defence
52
The Chigorin ConnterAttack Two Knights Defence
60
The Hungarian Defence
66
Captain Evanss Gambit
73
The English Game Ponzianl
80
ApprenticeGrandmaster
133
Racing Each Other
146
The Bitter Fate of the Improviser
159
All Choice Moves
171
The Roots of TimeTrouble
184
The Mexican Nikitin
197
The Duel of Veterans
210
Alapins Opening
236

The Four Knights Opening
87
A Boring Existence
120

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About the author (1991)

David Bronstein has been playing chess for over 50 years at the top-level. He has proposed and introduced many new and original ideas. Ken Neat has translated and edited numerous Russian books for Everyman and its predecessors, Pergamon and Cadogan, has played chess at many levels including the British Championships Bronstein has also written the highly acclaimed Sorcerers Apprentice and Modern Chess Self-Tutor

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