Chess openings for white, explained: winning with 1. e4
This series shows you how to start your chess games as dynamically and accurately as the greatest grandmasters in the world. Three-time US Champion Champion Lev Alburt, famous for his ability to turn aspiring players into masters, teams up with two-time U.S. Champion Roman Dzindzichashvili and young international star Eugene Perelshteyn to give you a complete repertoire of opening play-as well as a review of all openings and an explanation of the principles of playing this crucial stage of the game. And although these books concentrate on the first 20 moves or so of a chess game, they never leave you hanging without a plan. The authors make sure you know the themes and ideas so that you can follow up your great opening play with winning strategies. Chess Openings for White, Explained covers the game from the white side. You'll learn how to play and follow up the first move Bobby Fischer called "best by test." Fully illustrated with two-color chess diagrams throughout.
Reviews from GoodReads
Loading GoodReads Reviews.
|Grouped Work ID||5d05b8f2-7e77-03df-795f-1fb3fefa4be6|
|Grouping Title||chess openings for white explained winning with 1 e4|
|Grouping Author||alburt lev|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-02-20 16:35:49PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-02-23 04:43:24AM|
|auth_author2||Dzindzichashvili, Roman, 1944-|
|detailed_location_arlington||Central Adult Nonfiction|
Columbia Pike Adult Nonfiction
794.122 ALBUR 2010 2nd ed.
|owning_library_arlington||Arlington Public Library|
Connection Crystal City
|series||Alburt's chess openings|
|series_with_volume||Alburt's chess openings||
|subject_facet||Chess -- Collections of games|
Chess -- Openings
|title_display||Chess openings for white, explained : winning with 1. e4|
|title_full||Chess openings for white, explained : winning with 1. e4 / by Lev Alburt, Roman Dzindzichashvili, and Eugene Perelshteyn ; with Al Lawrence|
Chess openings for white, explained : winning with 1. e4 / by Lev Alburt, Roman Dzindzichashvili, and Eugene Perelshteyn; with Al Lawrence
|title_short||Chess openings for white, explained|
|title_sub||winning with 1. e4|