The 'Chess Stars Openings' series present an entirely new approach to the study of chess openings, which can provoke the interest of chess players of all levels. Drawing examples from the games of today's leading grandmasters they present the principles of selection and successful employment of a harmonious opening repertoire, corresponding as close as possible to the style of a renowned master.
This book is a logical sequel of the 5 volume study "Opening for White according to Kramnik-1.Nf3"The first volume 1.e4 e5 contains:
· Part I: Rare System, Latvian Gambit, Philidor's Defence
· Part II: Petroff Defence
· Part III: Ruy Lopez without 3...a6
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Another success for Khalifman, who this time gives you the opportunity to embrace Anand’s aggressive repertoire as White. --IM Jeremy Silman, jeremysilman.com
I recommend the first book about Anands openings as white for all players interested in 1.e4 e5 --Allan Holst, Seagaard Chess Reviews, 2/2004
The reader shall find in this book a very reliable coverage of the Petroff & Spanish game! --John Elburg Reviews, chessbooks.nl
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Book Description Chess Stars, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P119548782324
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