By A. C. van der Tak, Friso Nijboer
This sequence covers the tactical topics and commonplace traps in ALL major line openings, that are defined in rigorously chosen and annotated brief video games. strategies within the Chess commencing teaches the right way to know possibilities to assault early within the video game and the way to prevent usual pitfalls within the starting. it'll make the adventurous participant win extra video games, and is a advisor for extra examine and for establishing a gap repertoire.
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