- Tapa blanda: 176 páginas
- Editor: Essential Opening Repertoire; Edición: Original ed. (1 de marzo de 1998)
- Colección: Chess books
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0940685795
- ISBN-13: 978-0940685796
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- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº467.332 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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Gambit Opening Repertoire for Black (Chess books) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 1 mar 1998
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This gambit repertoire shows black how to take charge with aggressive attacking defences against any orthodox first white opening move. Gambits include the Scandinavian gambit against 1.e4 and the Schara gambit against 1.d4. The book shows black how to immediately seize the initiative.
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In general, both of thses lines offer very interesting counter chances for a player of the black pieces willing to invest a pawn to unbalance things. This is very important if you are attempting to play for a win with black, rather than just holding a draw.
I am not much of an expert (yet) in the Von Henning Schara, but I done extensive studying and playing the Center Counter (Icelandic Gambit and Porteguese) System featured in the book. I have to take exception with some of the other reviewers, I thought that the book actually seemed rather thorough compared to many of the other books I have read on the subject.
What really impressed me was the amount of analysis available on some of the sideline variations leading to the main line. (I have encountered these specific variations quite frequently, both over the board and on the internet).
My feeling on repertoire books is that their job is to get you acquated with a system by explaining the key ideas, and then provide a number of illustrative games to see the ideas in action. This book does an okay job of fulfilling that objective.
Beyond that, if you want to find some highly obscure line it is time to consult a specialized database and find those games yourself. I don't think that a reasonably priced, normal sized book can provide that level of detail.
Overall, this is a pretty decent book. It is probably best suited for players in the rating range of 1300 - 1900 USCF.
This is too bad, because a good book on the Schara gambit (which forms the core of Schiller's repetriore against 1.d4) would be useful to a lot of players. This, however, probably isn't that book.
There's enough material in here for you to figure out how to play these defenses, but I, for one, expect more for my money.