In chess the Caro-Kann opening is one of Black’s most reliable answers to 1.e4. It is a regular favorite of elite players, who know that. Creating the Grandmaster Repertoire series seemed a natural idea. Jif4. 7. Jid2. 8. The Main Line c4. The Advance Variation Karpov and Podgaets: Caro-Kann Defence Advance Variation and Gambit System, Batsford. (B18) Caro-Kann, Classical, 65 moves, Chapter 7 – Bd2 B Kantsler vs M Rodshtein, (B18) Caro-Kann, Classical, 38 moves, Chapter 7 – Bd2.
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No PayPal account needed. It will take a trained psychotherapist to delete it. The Caro-Kann is less susceptible to such forcing lines: The introduction indicates that the book was written to be useful for players up repertoiree GM level and I can see that to be true.
It is a regular favorite of elite players, who know that computer-aided preparation now threatens the sharpest lines of the Sicilian or Ruy Lopez at the very least with a forced draw. His earlier book, Playing the Queen’s Gambit, received superb reviews.
Grandmaster Repertoire 7 – The Caro-Kann by Lars Schandorff
Practical Decisions in Critical Moments. The few games played so far suggest that Black has fine compensation.
Perunovic – B. Bd2 37 6 This book will hold some interest for those who don’t play the Caro but find themselves in Panov-Botvinnik or 2. Because most books on this opening fail to live up to expectations.
This book can be strongly recommended to players rated on up who play the Throughout the book he recommends entering the sharp main-lines where the double-edged nature of the play increases Black’s winning chances without compromising the soundness of his play.
Grandmaster Lars Schandorff reveals a bulletproof chess opening repertoire and lucidly explains how Black should play the middle and endgame Lars Schandorff is a chess grandmaster from Denmark who is renowned for his grandmasger preparation.
Grandmaster Repertoire: The Caro-Kann
Grandmaster Lars Schandorff reveals a bulletproof chess opening repertoire and lucidly explains how Black cafo-kann play the middle and endgame. View sample pages pdf.
Grandmaster Lars Schandorff reveals a bulletproof chess opening repertoire and explains how Black should play the middle and endgame.
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Grandmaster Repertoire 7: The Caro-Kann – Lars Schandorff
Nxe4 Bf5 was a drawing weapon. Bill McGearyChessville full review. Black has sacrificed a pawn and lost the right to castle, but it turns out that even though the white king can still castle it cannot find perfect safety. Instead, Schandorff puts together a very sound Caro-Kann repertoire that offers a mix of solid variations that also give reasonable chances to take the full point. In fact, this section really stands out, though I did notice one regrettable omission: The Caro-Kann is a must buy.
That might have been true in the past when Black met the main lines where White castled queenside by following suit, but things started to change in the early s when Bent Larsen started castling kingside. Caro-Kann fans that are aware of the perils of coming face to face with 5. It is a regular favorite of elite players, who know that computer-aided preparation now threatens the sharpest lines of the Sicilian or Ruy Lopez at the very least with a forced draw.
Schandorff covers everything White can throw at Black, offering typical plans, deep analysis, a seemingly endless cascade of theoretical novelties, and sharp witty prose which makes the reading of this opening book a real delight!
Temporarily out of stock In stock. For me, anytime a new book on the Caro-Kann appears it is cause for celebration. And example of this occurs after 1. Move By Move Price: Lars Schandorff is a Grandmaster from Denmark who is renowned for his opening preparation. Click here to email us. People who bought this also bought: This is primarily a theoretical work but Schandorff provides plenty of lively prose to explain what is going on.
Grandmaster Repertoire 7: The Caro-Kann
All this is still as rock solid as ever for Black. Nf6 as two thirds of trandmaster book is devoted to non I should mention that Schandorff pushes certain ideas that personally appeal to him. Bg5 is extremely dangerous! Playing the Trompowsky Price: Schandorff emphasises throughout that his approach is to equip Black to play for a win, and he does a fine job.