New PDF release: An Explosive Chess Opening Repertoire for Black

By Jouni Yrjölä, Jussi Tella

This publication equips the reader with every little thing she or he must recognize to play Black in a online game of chess. skilled Finnish gamers have defined a thrilling repertoire in line with the movement 1...d6 in respond to no matter what White's first flow occurs to be. Black's process is hypermodern and dynamic: White is inspired to grab house, whereas Black develops his items swiftly and actively, expecting the perfect second to assault and damage White's primary bastions. the differences endorsed were confirmed in top-level play and feature quick-strike capability if White is in any respect careless or vague. The repertoire is predicated round the Pirc Defence and the differences 1 d4 d6 2 c4 e5 and 1 d4 d6 2 Nf3 Bg4, which are compatible seamlessly including 1...d6 platforms opposed to White's numerous flank openings.

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