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The Grand Prix Attack (The Tournament Player's Repertoire of Openings) epub

by Lawrence Day,Julian Hodgson


The Grand Prix Attack (The Tournament Player's Repertoire of Openings) epub

ISBN: 0713445904

ISBN13: 978-0713445909

Author: Lawrence Day,Julian Hodgson

Category: Entertainment

Subcategory: Puzzles & Games

Language: English

Publisher: B.T. Batsford Ltd; 1st edition (May 30, 1985)

Pages: 144 pages

ePUB book: 1370 kb

FB2 book: 1246 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 497

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The Trompowski (1 d4 Nf6 2 Bg5) and Torre (1 d4 Nf6 2 Nf3 e6 Bg5 or 1 d4 Nf6 2 Nf3 g6 3 Bg5) are ideal choices for the tournament player wanting a reliable opening system which avoids the mass of theory in the main lines.

The Trompowski (1 d4 Nf6 2 Bg5) and Torre (1 d4 Nf6 2 Nf3 e6 Bg5 or 1 d4 Nf6 2 Nf3 g6 3 Bg5) are ideal choices for the tournament player wanting a reliable opening system which avoids the mass of theory in the main lines. The author provides a survey of all lines and combines analysis with explanation.

The Grand Prix Attack book. Start by marking The Grand Prix Attack (The Tournament Player's Repertoire Of Openings) as Want to Read

The Grand Prix Attack book. Start by marking The Grand Prix Attack (The Tournament Player's Repertoire Of Openings) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Grand Prix Attack : F4 Against the Sicilian. by Lawrence Day and Julian Hodgson. chess book on the Grand Prix attack opening. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780020114307. Release Date:June 1985.

The Grand Prix Attack is a sharp opening and has accumulated quite a bulk of theory over the years. However, for amateurs it should be enough to learn the basic ideas of the line and Trent does a good job in explaining them. Lawrence Trent in the ChessBase studio in Hamburg. I would like to conclude with the words of a wise GM: Sveshnikov, who tells us why we need to study, play and understand the Sicilian. because the Spanish is the best opening for White.

A bit later i bought Hodgson/Day's book on the GPA which was a bit .

A bit later i bought Hodgson/Day's book on the GPA which was a bit lightweight and dissapointing and i no longer have it. I see it got reprinted more recently and am guessing that it wasn't updated in any way(?) . Maybe, there is something helpful in My First Chess Opening Repertoire for White by Vincent Moret.

Day was never the undisputed top player in Canada, but he was among the top ten Canadian players for over 30. .

Day was never the undisputed top player in Canada, but he was among the top ten Canadian players for over 30 years, from the late-1960s into the late-1990s. His peak years were in the period 1978-1982, after which he was eclipsed by Grandmasters Igor V. Ivanov and Kevin Spraggett. Day survived a bout with cancer in 1975. He wrote a booklet on The Big Clamp opening system and co-authored a 1982 book on the Grand Prix Sicilian line with English Grandmaster Julian Hodgson.

Julian Hodgson, Lawrence Day, Eric Schiller. The Grand Prix attack arises after 1 e4 c5 f4 or 1 e4 c5 Nc3 with 3 f4, and has become a feared system on the weekend tournament circuit. White often obtains a crushing kingside attack and the variation has led to many quick victories. One added advantage of the opening is that the strategic ideas tend to be very straightforward and regular practitioners will understand the methods of conducting the attack

The average club or tournament player has little time for an exhaustive study of opening theory, but does need to obtain a.A parallel volume, "Chess Openings for You", is intended to be equally suited to the positional player.

The average club or tournament player has little time for an exhaustive study of opening theory, but does need to obtain a satisfactory middle-game position. This work is intended to provide all he needs to know to reach interesting and sharp positions which offer good prospects for the imaginative player. Grandmaster Raymond Keene has written many chess books, including "How to Play the Nimzo-Indian" (with Shaun Taulbut) and "Batsford Chess Openings" (with Gary Kasparov).